Training Experience : 9 Years
Law Enforcement Experience : 14 Years

Mike is an NRA handgun and shotgun instructor. He is a state certified instructor of:  law enforcement driving, Active Shooter Response Instructor, defensive tactics, Taser, Pepper spray arrest tactics, & low light tactics.  Mike brings 14 years of law enforcement experience, specializing in investigations and training, with an additional 7 years of private security work.  Mike is also a certified Glock Armorer and has been training law enforcement officers since 2006.

Training Experience
Glock® Armorer
Expert in Glock® service and usage.
Training Skills
  • Law Enforcement Driving 100 %
  • Active Shooter Response 100 %
  • Arrest Tactics 100 %

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Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas

Justin has served in law enforcement for the past 14 years.  He is an instructor in emergency vehicle operations, Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, and Response to Active Shooter.  Justin currently serves as the training officer for the Columbia Police Department and races cars in his spare time.  He started out dirt racing and currently races winged sprint cars.  He has won multiple awards and has served as board member, vice president and president of the series.
    Clint is an NRA handgun, shotgun, and tactical shooting instructor with over 20 years of law enforcement experience.  He is a state certified law enforcement instructor in defensive measures, tactical driving, physical fitness, firearms, CPR/first aid, and response to active shooter.  A graduate of the prestigious FBI law enforcement firearms instructor academy located at Camp Smith, New York, Clint brings over 15 years of law enforcement and military training experience.  He is the former police chief of the Columbia Police Department and the former deputy director of the Southern Regional Public Safety Institute.  He served as training coordinator and deputy sheriff at the Lamar County Sheriff's Office and was the  lead firearms and tactics instructor for the Newark division of the Federal Air Marshal Service.
    Ryan has been a avid shooter and firearm enthusiast since he was four years old. He worked in law enforcement for seven years on the state and local level. During this time he received training in PPCT defense tactics and firearms training consisting of precision rifle, tactical rifle and handgun. He currently works in banking and is the pastor of a local church. He also shoots competitively with 3-Gun Nation. Ryan serves as lead instructor for the Trupoint Tactical 3-Gun Nation series club.