NEVER OUT OF THE FIGHT
It’s more about mindset than shooting. We give you the knowledge, preparation, and training to help you develop a state of readiness, no matter what life throws at you.
WHAT TO EXPECT
An eight hour, in-depth course, taught over the course of a day in the classroom and on the range.
We start the day with two hours of classroom instruction and theory, followed by six hours of shooting to develop the fundamentals of shooting with handguns.
We provide a safe, comfortable environment of learning, with no ego, where new and experienced shooters alike can learn and hone their skills with a focus on safety.
what to bring
IN THE CLASSROOM
Bring yourself, a notebook or your favorite device, and a readiness to learn.
AT THE RANGE
- Appropriate range attire
- Eye and ear protection
- 300 – 500 Rounds of ammunition
- Semi-automatic handgun
- 3 Magazines
- Mag carrier
(with a 10rd capacity or greater)
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- handgun manipulation
- Shooting positions
- Cover and concealment
- Clearing malfunctions
- And more
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Trident Actual Solutions
Nate Rose is a former U.S. Navy SEAL and decorated combat veteran. He is highly trained in CQC (Close Quarters Combat), long range shooting, combat pistol, Land Warfare, Urban Warfare, and Special Reconnaissance. Nate holds certifications as a Naval Special Warfare Sniper, JTAC, and Range Safety Officer-Static and dynamic.
Nate spent nearly a decade in the United States Navy and deployed four times in support of the Global War on Terror. As a member of SEAL Team Three, he served two combat deployments alongside the most highly decorated Special Operators of the Iraq War, deploying to the violent, war torn Al Anbar province, Iraq in 2006 and 2008.
After returning from Iraq, Nate served as the lead instructor for VBSS, Vessel Boarding Search and Seizure, at Naval Special Warfare Group One Training Detachment, where he coordinated and delivered realistic and challenging special operations combat training to prepare SEAL units for the difficulties of their mission on deployment.