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Ridgeline Swat Sniper Basic Course

      The Ridgeline SWAT Sniper Basic Course is designed for the Law Enforcement Officer who has been designated or chosen by their Agency to be responsible for the application of precision fires or tactical reconnaissance during critical incidents.  Our Five-day 50 hour course develops the fundamentals of the multi-mission skill set required for… read more »

Trainers, Training, and Mindset

“The general who wins the battle makes many calculations in his temple before the battle is fought. The general who loses makes but few calculations beforehand.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War This is an ancient piece of wisdom and is true today. But does it apply to the individual citizen or law enforcement… read more »

AAR’s for Scenario Based Training: How to and Why

AAR. What is it? After Action Review is the short answer. Why do we do them? Because we have to. Because we’re supposed to. First Sergeant said to. Because I like to hear myself talk. The correct answer should be to give the students (soldiers, cops, whoever) feedback on their performance, to facilitate learning and… read more »

Sucked Down the Tube: A Failure in Training

Much, if not all training and practice is conducted on flat ranges under calm conditions with no surprises. We shoot steel and paper that we purposely place and identify. We have lanes and all sorts of safety considerations that make a day at the range a pleasant experience.  This is fine for most of us… read more »

Inches, Minutes, Clicks- Zero That Blaster

Zeroing is literally one of the most important thing we need to accomplish with our rifles and #spacegun pistols. There is much talk around the technique to accomplish this but there is one way that is easy and fast.

A Reminder for Myself and Other Instructors

A lot of times, we take our own repetitions for granted.  As we’re teaching, it’s easy to become frustrated with students that “just aren’t getting it.”  And since I’m a nobody, instructor-wise, I get a lot of students that are prone to “just not getting it.”  A lot of the top level national guys get… read more »

Running the Irons.

Iron sights have been part of shooting since the very least April 19th 1775. Aiming was a major part of our tactics that helped defeat the British unaimed volley fire. This being said, it should come as no surprise that we have learned, used, and lost uses for iron sights in all environments from jungles,… read more »

Follow Up on TC 3-22.9

A year ago, we finished the last edits on the TC 3-22.9 that published in May of 2016. For those that have taken the time to read this book, you know it’s very different than the books we have used since the 1970’s.  For those that haven’t, this post will hold less value because you… read more »

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