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I'm a bit biased as I am a presenter, but TacCon is the best training value you'll find.

I'll be presenting Police-Citizen Contacts and Social Levergun.
Hey Chief!

I'm with Murphy right now hosting Bolke's class. Great class so far. Will look forward to saying hello to you again at TacCon. Stay safe!
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I'm with Murphy right now hosting Bolke's class. Great class so far. Will look forward to saying hello to you again at TacCon. Stay safe!


Bolke and Murph in the same locale; must be a quiet place.


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^that's weird. Never seen a "guest" before.
Probably related to texkev's recent changes.

Looking forward to hearing what goes on at this conference, even though I know I'm never going to attend.
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Tac Con 2019 Trainers/Topics

The annual Tactical Conference will be conducted this time on March 15-17, 2019, just outside New Orleans, LA. The venue is the NOLATAC firearms training complex, inside the NOLASPORTS racing track. We have deals for reduced rates with several hotels within just a short drive of the range and the range complex is new and very nice. To register, see

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rangema...ts-44537121730

This event is open to private citizens, law enforcement and military personnel who are serious about the defensive arts. There will be classroom presentations; live-fire range sessions with handguns, carbines and shotguns; and hands on training in empty hands skills, trauma first aid skills, and small knife defensive skills. There will be live role play with marking cartridges and trained role players and more. Attendees may participate in numerous blocks each day, as time permits, over the course of three full days. There is also a defensive pistol match. Your one entry fee covers everything.

Here is a partial breakdown of the topics to be offered. More will be announced later.

CLASSROOM SESSIONS:
Jon Skubis, Vortex Optics, Wisconsin- “All About Optics” An in depth look at the selection and deployment of modern optics, to include rifle scopes, red dot sights, holographic sights, prismatic sights, spotting scopes, binoculars and range finders.
Darryl Bolke, HiTs Training, Texas- “Mission Drives the Gear Train”
William Aprill, Aprill Risk Consulting, Louisiana- “ The Five W’s of Risk”
Spencer Keepers, Keepers Concealment, Oklahoma- “Situational Control”
Martin Topper, PhD, Florida- “Ammo Update, Loads for Personal and Home Defense”
John Murphy, FPF Training, Virginia- “Skills Beyond the Gun”
Lee Weems, First Person Safety, Georgia- “Police-Citizen Contacts”
Massad Ayoob, MAG, Florida- “New Challenges, An Update on Legal Cases Since Last Conference”
Tom Givens, Rangemaster, Florida- “Home Invasions, What you Need to Know” and “The Evolution of Modern Firearms Training, 1919 to 2019, A Century of Painful Progress”
Skip Gocenour, ATSA, Pennsylvania- “20 Years of History, the National Tactical Invitational and Lessons Learned”

LIVE-FIRE SESSIONS:
Erik Pakieser, QSI Training, Minnesota- “Handgun Draw and Presentation, Making the first shot count” Highly recommended for attendees with little prior training so you can safely draw and reholster your handgun in other classes over the weekend.
John Farnam, DTI, Colorado- “Domestic Defensive Hnadgunning”
Paul Sharp, SBG, Illinois- “Recoil Management”
Lee Weems, First Person Safety, Georgia- “Social Levergun”
Brian Hill, The Complete Combatant, Georgia- “Practice and Refinement for the Armed Citizen”
Tim Chandler, 360 Performance, Virginia- “Changing Gears”
Gabe White, Performance Shooting, Oregon- “Translating Technical Skills Into Tactical Success”
Lynn Givens and Lori Bigley, Rangemaster, Florida- “Fundamental Pistol Skills”
Eve Kulcsar and Julie Thomas, Rangemaster- “Ladies Only Introduction to Handgun Skills”
Steve Fisher, Sentinel Concepts, Maine- “Close Range Carbine”
Wayne Dobbs, HiTs Training, Texas- “Critical Fundamentals, Skills and Drills”
John Murphy, FPF Training, Virginia- “CCW Skills”
Tom Givens, Rangemaster, Florida- “Social Shotgun”

HANDS-ON TRAINING SESSIONS
Dr. Sherman House, Cilivilan Defenser, Tennessee- “Improvised trauma Care, The Angus McGuyver School of Medicine”
Steve Moses, Texas- “Martial Arts for Middle Agers”
Cecil Burch, Immediate Action Combatives, Arizona- “Just Enough Jits”
Chris Fry, MDTS, New York- “Practical Folding Knife Skills”
Craig “Southnarc” Douglas, Shivworks, Mississippi- “Experiential Learning Lab”, live role play exercises/scenarios
Fletch Fuller, Sheriff’s Office, Florida- “Take it Back!, Handgun Disarming Skills”
Chuck Haggard, Agile Consulting, Kansas- “Oleoresin Capsicum (OC, or Pepper Spray) Selection, Use and Deployment”

Plus more sessions that are still in the works!
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Tac Con 2019 Trainers/Topics

The annual Tactical Conference will be conducted this time on March 15-17, 2019, just outside New Orleans, LA. The venue is the NOLATAC firearms training complex, inside the NOLASPORTS racing track. We have deals for reduced rates with several hotels within just a short drive of the range and the range complex is new and very nice. To register, see

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rangema...ts-44537121730

This event is open to private citizens, law enforcement and military personnel who are serious about the defensive arts. There will be classroom presentations; live-fire range sessions with handguns, carbines and shotguns; and hands on training in empty hands skills, trauma first aid skills, and small knife defensive skills. There will be live role play with marking cartridges and trained role players and more. Attendees may participate in numerous blocks each day, as time permits, over the course of three full days. There is also a defensive pistol match. Your one entry fee covers everything.

Here is a partial breakdown of the topics to be offered. More will be announced later.

CLASSROOM SESSIONS:
Jon Skubis, Vortex Optics, Wisconsin- “All About Optics” An in depth look at the selection and deployment of modern optics, to include rifle scopes, red dot sights, holographic sights, prismatic sights, spotting scopes, binoculars and range finders.
Darryl Bolke, HiTs Training, Texas- “Mission Drives the Gear Train”
William Aprill, Aprill Risk Consulting, Louisiana- “ The Five W’s of Risk”
Spencer Keepers, Keepers Concealment, Oklahoma- “Situational Control”
Martin Topper, PhD, Florida- “Ammo Update, Loads for Personal and Home Defense”
John Murphy, FPF Training, Virginia- “Skills Beyond the Gun”
Lee Weems, First Person Safety, Georgia- “Police-Citizen Contacts”
Massad Ayoob, MAG, Florida- “New Challenges, An Update on Legal Cases Since Last Conference”
Tom Givens, Rangemaster, Florida- “Home Invasions, What you Need to Know” and “The Evolution of Modern Firearms Training, 1919 to 2019, A Century of Painful Progress”
Skip Gocenour, ATSA, Pennsylvania- “20 Years of History, the National Tactical Invitational and Lessons Learned”

LIVE-FIRE SESSIONS:
Erik Pakieser, QSI Training, Minnesota- “Handgun Draw and Presentation, Making the first shot count” Highly recommended for attendees with little prior training so you can safely draw and reholster your handgun in other classes over the weekend.
John Farnam, DTI, Colorado- “Domestic Defensive Hnadgunning”
Paul Sharp, SBG, Illinois- “Recoil Management”
Lee Weems, First Person Safety, Georgia- “Social Levergun”
Brian Hill, The Complete Combatant, Georgia- “Practice and Refinement for the Armed Citizen”
Tim Chandler, 360 Performance, Virginia- “Changing Gears”
Gabe White, Performance Shooting, Oregon- “Translating Technical Skills Into Tactical Success”
Lynn Givens and Lori Bigley, Rangemaster, Florida- “Fundamental Pistol Skills”
Eve Kulcsar and Julie Thomas, Rangemaster- “Ladies Only Introduction to Handgun Skills”
Steve Fisher, Sentinel Concepts, Maine- “Close Range Carbine”
Wayne Dobbs, HiTs Training, Texas- “Critical Fundamentals, Skills and Drills”
John Murphy, FPF Training, Virginia- “CCW Skills”
Tom Givens, Rangemaster, Florida- “Social Shotgun”

HANDS-ON TRAINING SESSIONS
Dr. Sherman House, Cilivilan Defenser, Tennessee- “Improvised trauma Care, The Angus McGuyver School of Medicine”
Steve Moses, Texas- “Martial Arts for Middle Agers”
Cecil Burch, Immediate Action Combatives, Arizona- “Just Enough Jits”
Chris Fry, MDTS, New York- “Practical Folding Knife Skills”
Craig “Southnarc” Douglas, Shivworks, Mississippi- “Experiential Learning Lab”, live role play exercises/scenarios
Fletch Fuller, Sheriff’s Office, Florida- “Take it Back!, Handgun Disarming Skills”
Chuck Haggard, Agile Consulting, Kansas- “Oleoresin Capsicum (OC, or Pepper Spray) Selection, Use and Deployment”

Plus more sessions that are still in the works!
^ I just came here to post this.

The above list is INSANE, and there are still more to come (for example, Claude Werner is not yet listed). There are several from the live-fire, classroom, and hands-on sections that I would take in a heartbeat. Getting very excited now....
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