Top Gun Announces Release of New "Integrative Firearms Training" Lifetime Membership

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Top Gun Announces Release of New "Integrative Firearms Training" Lifetime Membership


The Top Gun Training Centre, LLC (Top Gun), known for its no-fluff, hard-hitting, street-proven Integrative Firearms Training program of gun handling, marksmanship, and tactical skills development, announced that for the first time it will be releasing its courses in a lifetime membership package starting July 1st, 2005. The Top Gun Integrative Firearms Training Lifetime Charter Membership is different from any other firearms training membership in that it integrates successful training methods from a broad spectrum of law enforcement and military sources into once program.

"This membership is not just for armed professionals such as law enforcement, corrections, and security agencies, or just for avid firearms enthusiasts", said Robert Kirschner, a 22-year veteran police firearms instructor and Operations Director of Top Gun. "The Top Gun Integrative Firearms Training Lifetime Charter Membership is also for ordinary people, men and women who might have little or no experience with firearms, but want to learn from top industry professionals how to use them properly, safely, and effectively to defend themselves. We have trained thousands and thousands of students from all walks of life, and our unique Integrative Firearms Training curriculum has helped our students defend themselves, their associates, and their families, and has saved lives."

The Top Gun Integrative Firearms Training Lifetime Charter Membership includes a broad spectrum of comprehensive courses in pistol, shotgun, and rifle. These courses are designed to prepare students mentally and physically for real-life combat situations, and the effects of "survival stress" on their performance. Top Gun teaches their students the skills to win, not merely survive a deadly encounter. …

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