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COVID has changed our way of life forever. Many are out of work and can feel tension brewing. More people (even from the Left) are buying up guns left and right because of the civil unrest seen in our streets.

Ammo is even more outrageously expensive than usual, it may be on back order for weeks, or you're limited to only buying a box at a time. 

At the same time, many ranges across the country have raised prices and you might have to reserve a lane hours or even days in advance just to get to shoot.

I understand people are weary on spending their hard earned money on online training that doesn't meet expectations, so I've put together the fundamental 91 Handgun & Rifle Drills I've used over the years to get myself and thousands of students shooting their best. 

There's 36 Dry Fire Drills that allow you to practice as much as you want, whenever you want, where ever you happen to be without having to go through box after box of expensive ammo.

Once you decide to go back to a range, there's 55 Live Fire Drills to be able to shoot faster, tighter, & more accurate groups regardless of how far away your target is.

And today I'm offering it to you for just $10! That's only $0.11 PER DRILL!

Because of these hard times, I wanted to figure out a way to help fellow shooters with something that's affordable and provides a ton of value...and secretly I'm being a little selfish.

So, Why Am I Selfish?

Because there is so much bad information out there that I usually have to correct a students bad form before we can work on actually growing and improving shooting skills.

This way when I teach you in person in the future (hopefully), you'll already be ahead of the curve and working on improving your shot rather than fixing it!

When you're done with these drills (and I mean all 91 of them), you'll definitely impress your friends with how fast, tight and accurate your shots are with both your handgun and rifle.

Also - if you're more of a visual learner like myself, add the Professionally Recorded Videos that go with the drills to make the most of understanding the concepts presented in each drill.

Stay Safe.

-Mike Seeklander, Owner 
Shooting-Performance Firearms Training


So I Bet You're Wondering "Who Is This Guy?"
Dryfire Drill Example 1:  Stationary Draw Hands Relaxed
Dryfire Drill Example 2:   Table Draw
Dryfire Drill Example 3: Stepping Reload
Dryfire Drill Example 4: Target Acquistions
Your Instructor: Mike Seeklander, Professional Firearms Instructor
Former U.S. Marine, Federal Air Marshal, Police Officer and Federal firearms instructor. 
     • Grandmaster (multiple divisions) by the United States Practical Shooting Association
     • Master by the International Defensive Pistol Association
     • 2018 IDPA National Champion & 2019 IDPA World Champion
Dear Shooter,

Most people know me as a nationally ranked competitor on the practical handgun competition circuit, but fail to realize that I have extensive formal training and experience in the military and law enforcement, as an operational officer/Marine as well as in all phases of training development.

Shooting has not been my only passion, and I have more than 15 years of experience in various martial arts holding multiple ranks including a Black Belt in Okinawan freestyle karate.

A More Complete Resume:
     • I am A combat veteran of Desert Shield and Desert Storm, with five years of active duty and four years of reserve duty in the U.S. Marine Corps, as an intelligence specialist and primary marksmanship instructor. Prior to receiving my honorable discharge in 2000, I was attached to a federal multi-agency task force investigating large-scale international drug trafficking. 

     • From 1995-98, I was employed by the Knox County (TN) Sheriffs Departments Corrections division and was a member of its highly trained Special Operations Response Team. From 1998-2001, I worked as a police officer for the Knoxville (TN) Police Department where I was assigned as a patrol officer and also as an investigator for the Organized Crime section, investigating narcotics and vice-related crimes at the local, state and federal levels.

     • Previously I was the President, C.O.O., and the Director of Training at the United States Shooting Academy. I am a federally certified instructor, curriculum developer, and adjunct instructor and have extensive experience teaching firearms, combatives, tactics, and control tactics. 

     • Previously, I was a Senior Instructor at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Charleston, S.C. 

     • Prior to that I served as the Branch Chief and Lead Instructor for the Federal Air Marshal firearms division, as well as instructing in the tactics and physical training divisions at the Federal Air Marshal training center in Atlantic City, N.J. 

I was responsible for the development, implementation and supervision of all firearms and tactical shoot-house instruction for the Federal Air Marshal service basic training. In addition, I was credentialed as a Federal Air Marshal, providing counter-terrorism security to commercial American air carriers nationwide.

I am the recipient of numerous awards and honors in the law enforcement community, and as a semi-professional shooter. 

While training part time, I have placed highly in every major practical type championship on the circuit and have more than a 25 titles at major matches including state and area matches in IPSC and IDPA style matches including two national championships at the I.D.P.A. (B.U.G.) gun nationals and a world championship (Steel Challenge production division). I am currently ranked as a grandmaster (the highest rank obtainable) by the United States Practical Shooting Association. 

I actually began my competitive shooting training to increase my skill level to better prepare myself for the tactical environment I found myself in. 

After getting my feet wet I found myself training to win national competitions, while analyzing and applying those performance rules to key areas of a performance. 

In 2010 I came out with a course called "Your Competition Handgun Training Program" that put everything I learned shooting on the practical circuit in a step-by-step guide that has helped thousands of shooter shoot better in their competition handgun matches like USPSA and IDPA.

have authored more than 20 lesson plans specifically related to basic and advanced firearms training, and am trained in curriculum design. I have chaired numerous curriculum development conferences. In addition to developing curriculum for federal agencies, I am a published author with four books and five DVDs on the market, and an extensive online training library of over 400 videos for competitive shooting and personal defense.

These step-by-step programs I've created for shooters is something I wish I had when I was starting out.

I can still remember how excited I was in 1995 when I moved to Knoxville, TN and had the opportunity to get my first concealed carry permit. 

My best friend and I took the course, got our carry cards and immediately started carrying on a daily basis.

This was the first time I had been given the experience of carrying a handgun full time except for my combat time in the USMC. We took the responsibility seriously and began to train as often as possible. 

Our monthly training was very simple: we would visit the nearest gun show and buy one ammo can full of remanufactured ammunition and then hit the range once a week.

In 1998 I was hired full-time by the Knoxville Police Department - and as an avid shooter now dedicating myself to training two to three times per week, I was vice president of my academy class and took the Top Gun award at the range.

I had acquired enough skill and local notoriety that I was teaching small groups in the Knoxville area, but nothing at the professional level. In addition, I was not a trained instructor and basically just tried to informally pass on what I knew.

My first chance to attend formal instruction and become an instructor while I was a police officer in Knoxville, Tennessee, was appealing for a simple reason: I was a shooter and I wanted access to firing ranges - and to get free ammo…Thats it!

I wanted more bullets, range time, and an opportunity to shoot, and if becoming a firearms instructor led to that, I thought it would fulfill my purpose in life.

As a police officer in Knoxville, I went to my first instructor development course, taught by sergeant Gary Shaffer, a twenty-year veteran of KPD and former Vietnam-era Marine. The course was incredible and really opened my eyes regarding instructor preparation and methods of instruction. 

While I graduated from the course, I was not selected to be a firearms instructor. At that particular time with the KPD you had to be a graduate of the instructor development course, and after two years with the department, you could be selected to be a firearms instructor.

Before I could get to that point, everything changed in our world. On September 11, 2001 the infamous airline hijackings and catastrophic crashes stunned the world, and particularly the Federal Air Marshal Service.

When 9/11 happened, there were around thirty-three Federal Air Marshals, TOTAL. This small handful of operator could cover only a tiny fraction of the total number of flights.

After 9/11, that number grew exponentially over the next few months and years…and as of today there are between 3,000-4,000 FAMs traveling on flights worldwide!

Th FAM training cadre was tasked with putting a certain number of Air Marshals on planes by specific dates, so the pressure was on to train these Air Marshals - and to train them to be the best.

How I got hired as such a young buck to train the FAM against all these elite retired military guys is a story for another time, but all I will say is that I didn't think I stood a chance AND I could've sworn the guy interviewing me hated me!

So imagine my surprise when the following Tuesday I got a call - and a job offer!

This was December of 2001 and the ramp-up for the Federal Air Marshal Service was in full swing, and I was young - twenty-eight- with only informal instructing under my belt.

I had taught some people at the range who wanted to learn to shoot like I shot, but had no formal firearms instruction experience. 

The truth was, compared to al the elite-level ex-military instructors they were brining in, I was in minor league.

Most of the instructors on the cadre, the civilian instructors who were charged with running all the instructing that was done at the Air Marshal Academy, were the very best in their profession.

Brad Delauter, a contributor to my Art of Instruction book, was one of these elite instructors and it was an eye-opening experience to meet him and the rest of the cadre- a kind of “who’s who” of the military and different government agencies.

When I was hired the initial cadre had two Marines (one from special operations and one from the sniper community), a Navy SEAL from the original SEAL Team Six, a retired Atlantic City SWAT operator, a sniper and famous instructor, and others- these guys were some of the very best from America’s elite groups.

Then there was me. So how would my skills as a shooter translate to being an instructor? And how would I fare compared to these professionals?

I knew how to shoot, but these men knew how to train, how to instruct. 

Think for a moment of the nearly unparalleled situations Air Marshals must face. They must be ready to intervene on an airplane and respond to an incredibly wide range of threats - 

Often alone, and without backup…their skills will be the difference between life and death.

This can require using lethal force on an airplane, with firearms that can blow holes in pressurized vehicles flying at thigh altitudes and speeds. 

Lives would depend on my ability to teach Federal Air marshals - the men and women we were to train- to face an incredibly stressful situation at 35,000 feet in the skies. 

It was an intimidating, weighty task.

If their instructors did not provide these Air Marshals with the needed knowledge and ability, it wouldn’t be just their lives - it could be the lives of the individuals onboard that airplane, and potentially even more lives on the ground if those aircraft were used as weapons as happened on 9/11.

When I first got the job with the Federal Air Marshal service, there was not a dedicated instructor-training program for the cadre before being in front of students. I was instructing in a week (well, actually I thought I was instructing, but Brad D. might beg to differ until I had developed a bit). Again, this was intimidating - I was working with these elite-level instructors and with an incredibly high caliber of people in training.

None of these Air Marshals or the other instructors were entry-level or inexperienced.

But when it came time to shoot in competition against this group, I didn’t just hold my own - I smoked them! I out-shot them, and this did much for my confidence. Our man-on-man shoot-offs pitted our speed, accuracy, and coolness under pressure against one another, and I distinguished myself.

OK, I had the skills down. Now, could I instruct?

My instruction eventually led me to establish myself among the elite peer group at the Federal Air marshal program as the official lead instructor of the firearm program (during an initial Phase I and later Phase II training)

How did this happen? Excellence and an unwavering pursuit of making the program and myself better. 

I had the knowledge and certainly possessed a high level of skill in the areas I was tasked to teach.

Through trial and error and excellent mentorship, I gained experience as an instructor.

I probably looked like a fish out of water when I first started instructing…until it came to what I know - shooting. When we started talking about shooting, I was in my element. 

This is what I loved - trigger time.

I did one thing to set the tone with my students and establish that I was worth listening to: I did a shooting demonstration. 

The second your students look at you as an instructor and say, “I want to be able to do that”, they'll soak everything you say in like a sponge.

I tell you this story for a couple reasons:
     1) I wanted to show you I not only have a passion for shooting but for instructing as well
     2) I shot better than my elite peers in a head-to-head match
     3) I had an unwavering pursuit in making the program and myself better

That was 18 years ago and I have been constantly developing and perfecting my training programs over that time. 

I know we are on hard times and people are weary on spending their hard earned money on online training that doesn't meet expectations, so I've put together the 91 Handgun & Rifle Drills I've used over the year to get myself and my students shooting their best. And today I'm offering it to you for just $10! That's only $0.11 PER DRILL!

Why?

Because there is so much bad information out there that I usually have to correct a students bad form before we can work on actually growing and improving shooting skills.

These are foundational drills - one's that I feel it is my duty as a professional instructor to give to anyone who wants to learn this information. A one day class with me goes for over $200 and after that class you have nothing to go back to for re-learning. Getting these 91 drills today will give you lifetime access to these tools and knowledge to help you become the shooter you've always wanted to be!

Now these drills aren't the ultimate answer to your problems, you still have to put in the work to see the results. But knowing these drills have the correct manipulations and movements to learn will keep you going on the path to success because the more time you put in, the better results you're going to see!

Until Then - Train Hard!
-Mike
Work On Concealed Carry Handgun Skills:
Dryfire Drill Example 1:  Stationary Draw Hands Relaxed
Dryfire Drill Example 2:   Table Draw
Dryfire Drill Example 3: Stepping Reload
Dryfire Drill Example 4: Target Acquistions
11 Dry Fire Handgun Drills
To Work On Your Concealed Carry Draw:
  • ​When your gun is in the holster
  •   While pivoting toward the threat
  • ​While moving offline or to cover
  • ​With only the support hand (one-handed)
To Work On Your Concealed Carry Reload:
  • ​ While standing or stepping into another position
  • ​ While moving the gun to another target
  • ​ With only the support hand (one-handed)
To Work On Your Malfunctions:
  • ​How to build the skill of clearing a Phase I malfunction while standing still OR moving offline or to cover
  • ​How to build the skill of clearing a Phase II malfunction
  • ​How to build the skill of clearing a Phase I & Phase II Malfunction One-Handed
13 Live Fire Handgun Drills
To Work On Your Concealed Carry Draw:
  • ​You'll work on managing the sights, trigger, and grip (recoil control) and improving each of these areas on the second half of the draw process two-handed and one-handed
  • ​You'll work on the static/stationary draw and firing cycle components to varied target areas, along with clearing a phase-I malfunction
  • ​You'll work on the pivoting draw and firing cycle components
  • ​You'll build the skill of firing from the high ready position (close quarters)
To Work On Your Concealed Carry Reload:
  • ​You'll work on the static/stationary reload
  • ​You'll work on moving offline while performing an emergency reload
To Work On Your Target Acquisitions:
  • ​You'll work on the skill of transitioning to an alternate target area of the body, due to a failure to stop on the primary combat effective area (high center chest)
  • ​You'll work on improving the manipulation and marksmanship skills when using one hand only
To Work On Shooting While Moving:
  • ​You'll work on drawing the gun and applying proper firing cycle components while moving offline - this may be to cover or in the open if non is available
  • ​You'll learn how to correctly manage the sights and trigger while on the move, stabilizing the gun and calling good shots
  • ​You'll work on shooting during multi-directional movement, forwards and backwards
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Work On Rifle / Carbine Shooting Skills:
Dryfire Drill Example 1:  Stationary Draw Hands Relaxed
Dryfire Drill Example 2:   Table Draw
Dryfire Drill Example 3: Stepping Reload
Dryfire Drill Example 4: Target Acquistions
9 Dry Fire Rifle Drills
To Work On Your Rifle / Pistol Caliber Carbine Mount:
  • ​ Mounting the rifle while stationary
  • ​ Mounting the rifle while pivoting toward the threat
  • ​ Mounting the rifle while stepping offline or to cover
To Work On Your Rifle / PCC Reload:
  • ​ Reloading an empty rifle with two hands
  • ​ Reloading an empty rifle with one hand only
To Work On Your Rifle / PCC Malfunctions:
  • ​ Clearing a Phase I malfunction with two hands
  • ​ Clearing a Phase II malfunction with two hands
  • ​ Clearing Phase I and II malfunctions with one hand only
To Work On Transitioning From Your Rifle To Handgun:
  • ​ To build the manipulation skill of transitioning due to an empty gun
15 Live Fire Rifle Drills
To Verify Your Rifle & Ammo Combination Is Zeroed
To Work On Your Mounting & Firing Your Rifle From Different Positions:
  • ​ While stationary / static mounting the rifle and firing to both the body and head combat effective areas
  • ​ While stationary / static mounting the rifle and shooting off both the strong and support side shoulders
  • From behind a piece of cover by mounting and firing with both shoulders
  • ​ To build the skill of firing from the high ready position (close quarters)
  • ​ To work on the pivoting mount and firing cycle components
  • ​ To work on mounting the gun and applying proper firing components while moving offline (to cover or in the open if no cover is available)
  • ​ To build the manipulation skill of mounting the rifle while sprinting from position to position
  • ​ To build the manipulation skill of mounting the rifle while sprinting offline to the left and right
  • ​ To work on the skill of transitioning to an alternate target are of the body, due to a failure to stop on the primary combat effective area (high center chest)
  • ​ To learn how to correctly manage the sights and trigger while on the move, stabilizing the gun and calling good shots
  • ​ To learn how to effective shooting while on the move in multiple directions
  • ​ To build the skill of bracing the gun against a solid obstacle, using it for stability
  • ​ To learn recognition of the correct sight picture (faster), and target acquisitions of varying size targets
  • ​ To manage the sights and trigger during target acquisitions of varying size targets. 
To Work On Transitioning From Your Rifle To Handgun:
  • ​ Transitioning to a handgun, reloading and then dealing with Phase I malfunctions and then transitioning again to a non-firing weapon like a knife
Sample Drill
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Micro Live Fire Drill Example 1:  Five Shot Warm Up
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Micro Live Fire Drill Example 2: Moving Draw/Varied Target Area
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Micro Live Fire Drill Example 3: Off Balance Shooting
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Macro Live Fire Drill Example 1:   Shooting & Moving, Forward/Backward
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Micro Live Fire Drill Example 2: 
Strong and Support Hand Transfer
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Work On Your Competitive Shooting Skills:
Dryfire Drill Example 1:  Stationary Draw Hands Relaxed
Dryfire Drill Example 2:   Table Draw
Dryfire Drill Example 3: Stepping Reload
Dryfire Drill Example 4: Target Acquistions
16 Dry Fire Handgun Drills
To Work On Your Draw:
  • ​When your hands are relaxed at your sides
  •  When your wrists are above your shoulders
  •  When your wrists are above your shoulders
  • ​When there's multiple starting positions
  • ​While pivoting and/or stepping
  • From a table or platform
  • ​To a squatting, kneeling and prone position
  • ​While transferring it, and firing with your support/weak hand
To Work On Your Reload:
  • ​ While standing or stepping into another position
  • ​ While moving the gun to another target
  • ​ From a table
  • ​ And then transfer your gun to the support/weak hand
  • ​ Your gun with IDPA approved reloads
To Work On Your Target Acquisitions:
  • ​How to build the skill of acquiring targets with your gun
27 Live Fire Handgun Drills
The training drills are broken down into Micro and Macro drills. Each drill is designed to work a specific area of skill. 
Micro drills focus on one or two small portions of a technique.  
Macro drills are larger drills where the skills are mixed together to work on flowing from one technique to the next while performing all techniques correctly. 
Micro Handgun Drills
  • ​Work on the touch trigger mental program - how to touch the trigger while shifting visual focus from the target to sights
  • ​Work on elements of the firing cycle using an ACP (Accelerated Competition Pull) And So Much More...
  • ​Work on CCP (Controlled Competition Pull) trigger management while driving the gun horizontally
  • ​Development of a strong, neutral grip
  • ​Work on your static/pivoting/moving draws and firing cycle components to different target areas
  • ​Work on your static/moving reloads while standing or stepping into positions
  • Building up your grip and applying proper firing cycle components with the strong and support hand after the transfer
  • ​Work on applying proper firing cycle components while off balance
Macro Handgun Drills
  • ​Work on the important points of the firing cycle and all fundamental aspects of marksmanship
  • ​Work on applying proper firing cycle components while accelerating, decelerating, and while off balance
  • ​Work on short movement into position and the use of stage markers
  • ​Work on the important points of entering and exiting positions
  • ​Work on proper body movement into positions 
  • ​Work on using the stop markers
  • ​How to correctly perform the firing cycle on the move, stabilizing the gun and calling good shots
  • ​Working on multi-directional movement
  • ​Working on aggressive/sprint entry movements
  • Shooting while acquiring targets of the same and varying sizes
  • ​Work on recognition of the correct sight picture faster, and acquiring targets of varying sizes
  • ​How to shoot from disadvantaged positions with varying size targets
  • ​Work on building the grip and shooting with the strong and support hand after the transfer
  • ​How to move quickly to different shooting ports/positions and to improve the ability to execute the firing cycle from those positions
  • ​The fundamentals of shooting and hitting at long distance
  • ​Learn the proper index points on hard cover targets, and the speed at which they can be shot
Sample Drill
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Micro Live Fire Drill Example 1:  Five Shot Warm Up
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Micro Live Fire Drill Example 2: Moving Draw/Varied Target Area
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Micro Live Fire Drill Example 3: Off Balance Shooting
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Macro Live Fire Drill Example 1:   Shooting & Moving, Forward/Backward
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Micro Live Fire Drill Example 2: 
Strong and Support Hand Transfer
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  Here's What To Do Next
Like I mentioned before, claim these 91 handgun & rifle drills for only $10. That breaks down to $0.11 per drill!
Oh, and in case you're wondering...
There Is No Catch!
I know there are some websites out there that offer you something cool for a low cost, but then stick you into some program that charges your card every month.
This Isn't One Of Them.
There's NO hidden "continuity program" - and in case you're wondering why I'm doing this...
Well, there are actually a few reasons...
1. Its my way of saying thank you for allowing me to make a living pursuing my passion of teaching firearms training.
2. Because too many Americans own guns who haven't learned how to shoot correctly, partially because they have either been taught an less effective method or they don't know what handgun drills to practice!
3. I get one of my firearms training products in your hands, and when you see how awesome it is, it should get you excited to buy other stuff from me in the future.
  Time Is Of The Essence...
Here's why...
To make this a TOTAL NO-BRAINER for you, I'm adding 6 Special Bonuses when you claim these 91 Handgun & Rifle Drills TODAY.
BONUS #1: 4 Technique & Gear PDFs
BONUS #2: 5 Mental Preparation Videos
BONUS #3: 3 Firearms Focused Fitness Sessions
BONUS #4: 7 Personal Defense Videos
BONUS #5: 12 Foundational Handgun & Rifle Technique Videos
BONUS #6: 2.5 Hour Introduction to Competitive Shooting Course
  PLUS Here Is My "You've Gotta Be Crazy" Guarantee
I 100% guarantee that you'll love these drills, or I'll return your order and let you keep the drills anyway.
That's right! Just email me or call the number on your receipt and I'll give you back your money with no question asked.
Sound fair?
This Is Truly A Limited Offer,
So Claim Your 91 Handgun & Rifle Drills Now...
Lastly, I want to admit that I am a shooter and professional instructor, not a writer. That being said, these drill sheets have been through an extensive editing process, but some of you with a keen eye may catch are- as that are written in a manner less formal, which is my intent. I wanted to speak to you as shooters, in plain English! (For the really keen eye, if you catch a spelling error, please let me know.)
Thanks for taking the time to read this letter and I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Until Then - Train Hard!
Mike Seeklander
P.S. In case you're one of those people (like me) who just skip to the end of the letter, here's the deal:
I'm e-mailing you 91 handgun and rifle drill sheets for $10. Yes all you pay is $10 for 36 dry fire and 55 live fire drills.
There's not catch... no gimmicks... You will NOT be signing up for any "trial" to some monthly program or anything like that.
If fact, if you don't love these drills - I'll even refund your order (and you get to keep the drills.
And Remember, Your Special Offer For 6 Bonus Trainings Expires In:
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A Message From Jeramy Smith

Former Army Ranger / Combat Veteran
“Mike Seeklander once told me in regards to shooting, "We are all students of the game." No truer words have ever been said about the art of the gun, and this phrase has been echoed to my students many times. I have had the fortunate opportunity to shoot with some of the greatest shooters the military has to offer, and I have learned all that I know from the very best. I sought out Mike after articles I had read in Front Sight magazine while putting together a marksmanship program, his training and shooting lessons explained a lot to me and just made sense. Upon the first time we met at the range it was apparent this man and I were speaking the same language, Mike has this affect on all shooters. I have included Mike on almost every course I have developed, law enforcement and military. His ability to understand the fundamentals and push you to be your very best are unlike any instructor I have shot with. Mikes constant thirst for knowledge and self-improvement are a constant reminder to us all, that we are still learning and growing in this very dangerous business. Mike has shot with all walks of life, police, military, competitive, and civilian shooters alike. His ability to speak, train, and learn from all are what make him one of the very best in the business. I would go through the breech with Mike anytime. RLTW!”
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