2015: A Look Back and What’s Coming in 2016

2015: A Look Back and What’s Coming in 2016

Well folks the ball has dropped, Auld Lang Syne has been sung and 2015 has gone the way of the Dodo.

Unequivocally it has been a good year for us here at Tactical Dynamics…

We are truly hitting our stride and December was our best month ever.

Which we owe to you, our customers.



Here’s a quick recap of 2015 from our standpoint:

  • We held over 30 live fire pistol, carbine, and shotgun courses
  • February/March sucked with the 9 straight weeks of snow but we rallied and rescheduled classes were run.
  • We conducted over 20 firearms safety courses, leading to over 500 folks certified to get their license to carry!
  • Joint Classes with King 33 Training were launched with two rousing successes in August and November.
  • The blog has been rebooted and new content is being added every week.

What’s to Come:

  • Our schedule is set for 2016 and more classes are being uploaded to the site weekly.
  • Videos will be recorded on a more regular basis to bring you more training tips, more often.
  • Joint classes at King 33 will be held bi-monthly with frequency increasing.
  • Live-Fire Training Memberships will be launching soon…. we are just working out a few kinks.
  • Distance Coaching will be launching by March 1, maybe sooner.
  • Weekend classes will be launching as soon as some infrastructure is in place.

And a few more items….

Now we do need your help as well.

So do me a solid and leave a comment with the types of classes you would like to see, see more/less of, etc.

Here’s to another kick ass year of training!




Robert Curran

Rob is co-owner of Tactical Dynamics Firearms Training and is a USMC veteran and active Law Enforcement Officer. Rob is a Sig Sauer Master Rated Firearms Instructor and holds several other ratings from various institutions.

  • Francis Holder
    Posted at 10:32h, 01 January Reply

    You guys are the best

  • Allen
    Posted at 17:11h, 01 January Reply

    I think classes should be based on a structure like college. You take basic course and the next course opens up and is offered to a final master class that tests your ability and “graduates” you. The curriculum should be public and lined up, tiered for the weapon platform as well. Then split of classes like learning to reload and build/repair/clean and legality etc.

    • Rob Curran
      Posted at 15:58h, 02 January Reply

      Hi Allen,

      Our classes are tiered in that way but we have found that pre-requisites mostly tend to push some folks away. We are getting away from “basic” “advanced” etc and gearing more towards “application of fundamentals when:_______”.

      I will be attending the NRA training counselor workshop this year and we will be expanding class offerings in that respect as well.

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