Bullseyes To Badguys

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Reply Brian Farwell
9:25 PM on April 2, 2016 
Thanks so much for a terrific cpl class. I learned so much. The cold and windy conditions on the range was perfect for putting us in a stressfull situation and the instructors did a wonderful job of getting things done while at the same time not allowing the weather to get in the way of personal instruction.
I am a better shooter tonight than I was prior to the class. I highly suggest this team for any weapons training.
I can hardly wait for the next activity. See you on AR day!
Thanks again
Reply Skye
8:17 PM on October 18, 2015 
Just wanted to say thank you..had a great time..shooting.
Reply Instructor Erickson
11:43 AM on June 16, 2015 
We just scheduled our first TASER class. I hope to add the videos of our instructors "riding the lightning" soon. Students will not be tased during class. There will be a live fire discharge of a Taser product during the one hour class. Check out the schedule to see about this and other upcoming classes.
Reply Instructor Erickson
5:56 PM on March 29, 2014 
First class is in the books. March 22 was suppose to be 22 degrees. The weather man was so wrong. Cold was the word for the day. Looking forward to our indoor range coming soon. 34 new members to the "sheepdog community". A special thanks to Instructor David Quandt for cleaning the snow out of the range parking lot.
Reply Instructor Erickson
10:02 AM on February 3, 2014 
Recapping the last year was an honor at the instructors annual Christmas party. Bullseyes instructors trained over 650 students in one year. 220 of those were teachers taking advantage of our S.T.A.R. program. We are looking forward to another great year. This year hopefully driven by the awakening of the people about the needs of personal protection and not the reaction to tragedy. As we look ahead, our focus is one three things. First we are looking at TRAINING. The training of our team. Everything from mindset to medical: from Taser to tactical shotgun. Our team will be the most qualified and well versed in the Midwest. Second is COMPETITION. Its one thing to say your the best at what you do, but another to prove it. No one walks over to second place and asked them to teach that skill. Look for Bullseyes instructors on the top of the awards podium. The third area of improvement is ADVERTISING. Look for more pictures and articles by the instructors and staff. We can never grow just preaching to like minded people. We will be spreading out to those that are "on the fence" about firearms issues. We hope to bring our lifestyle to the mainstream and convert more people to embrace their second ammendment rights.
Reply Instructor Erickson
10:12 PM on September 5, 2013 
Just returned from the "Zombie Shoot" at Stony Farm Defense in Brimley, Michigan. Had a lot of fun, shot a lot of targets, and made some money for Bay Cliff Health Camp for Kids. Looking forward to the next two weeks of training.
Reply Instructor Erickson
11:53 PM on April 21, 2013 
So far this year we have had over 285 students with 126 of them being teachers. Our S.T.A.R. program has received international attention and our local representatives are starting to take us serious. The right people are arming themselves and not waiting for an agency of any kind to provide their personal safety. This my countrymen is FREEDOM. Our team will be the featured speakers at the Americans For Constitutional Enforcement meeting on May 21, 2013. Meeting starts at 7:00 pm but there is a social hour beforehand starting at 5:30. Meeting takes place at Recreation Lanes in Iron Mountain. Please plan on attending to show your support for a stop to pistol free zones (otherwise known as VICTIM ZONES).
Reply Instructor Erickson
9:50 PM on January 28, 2013 
Just finished with the paperwork for the Teachers Only Class this past weekend. Great to see that many taking interest. We had 30 for the regular CPL course on Saturday, and of the the 12 advanced shooters on Sunday only four would have meet the standard that we expect to be able to shoot in a public setting. When they actually qualify they will have to use an actual carry gun and not a 22. The qualifier is obtainable and the teachers that we had were very capible of passing it. Looking forward to the next Teachers Only Class.