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      Senior Member TAPnRACK's Avatar
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      Tactical Handgun Training

      Curious to know how many users here have taken any combat/tactical handgun training classes?

      From big names like Front Sight, Thunder Ranch, Ranger Firearms, Spartan Training.... or smaller, local trainers.

      If you have, please let us know how your experience was.

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      My experiences have all been positive...

      AAR: InSights Training Center: General Defensive Handgun

      AAR: Langdon Tactical Technology: Two-Day Advanced Tactical Handgun

      Tactical Defense Institute (TDI) Pistol II & III After Action Review

      AAR: Suarez Intl. Point Shooting Progressions - April 21-22 w/ Roger Phillips and Greg Nichols


      I've also been to TDI's Partner Tactics Course, the write up on that is still pending.


      I can't say enough good things about TDI, makes me want to move closer to Ohio.
      We'll be going back to TDI this year for their ECQ Course.

      Suarez Intl will be bringing Advanced PSP back to Iowa this year and I hope to take that as well.

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      Member Harryball's Avatar
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      Mine has all been good....

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      I have to say for a local firm K.A.O.S. is pretty good.....

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