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Surefire NEW 300 ultra is a thing of tactical genius.

Surefire lighting systems are a wonderful company and product. After my last X300 went down for the count the company instantly sent me a brand new 300 Ultra to replace. The updated version of this light is about twice the brightness of the previous generation.

Josh Duhon
Class Coordinator/Instructor
Texas Pistol and Rifle Academy

The difference between the beginner and the polished shooter is simply mindset.

Shooting is 70 percent mental. Thus the majority of the time the difference between the polished shooter with years of experience and the new comer is simply the mental aspect. Because of this learning a few tricks of the trade in terms of mental preparation can drastically reduce a shooters learning curve so that he or she can gain tremendous skill sets in a short period of time with the proper understanding of the mental side of the equation.

Josh Duhon
Class Coordinator/Instructor
Texas Pistol and Rifle Academy

Our silver coin program and free practice shoot days.

Once a shooter has completed one handgun product, long gun product and low light program he or she will be awarded our silver coin. This allows the shooter to access our facility during our free practice shoot days so that they can continue to hone there dynamic shooting skill sets.

Josh Duhon
Class Coordinator/Instructor
Texas Pistol and Rifle Academy

The 2014 calendar at Texas Pistol and Rifle already being booked for sporting and tactical shooting. 250 civilians will be serviced in a private setting in this calendar year.

The 2014 calendar is rapidly filling up. With numerous request for sporting and tactical training our civilian capacity will reach its limit sooner than ever.. Call today to talk about the product that best fits yours needs and the discount that may apply be booking before the 2013 year is out.

Josh Duhon
Class Coordinator/instructor
Texas Pistol and Rifle Academy

Shooting from the holster in under a second.

The fast draw from the holster requires an individual to be extremely smooth before becoming fast. In actuality a person can have a draw that results in an accurate round on target in under a second by being slow to the gun and fast out of the holster.

Josh Duhon
Class Coordinator/Instructor
Texas Pistol and Rifle Academy