The Most Comprehensive Private Firearms Training Resource Worldwide
Pulse O2DA is a private security firm training and mobilizing individuals, teams and units to defend life and property. We offer on-line, on-site and on-range training packages for the defense of individual, home, business, church, school and community.09.25.16: Tier 3 - Combative Firearms Training Class Photo.
12 Students flew in to Davenport IA from around the country for our 3-day Tier 3 Combative Firearms Training course. This was a hybrid course combining both individual and team tactics. Click here to see our standard course offering.
07.16: July's CFI Cert course at the Site Firearms Training Center sold out. Next scheduled CFI cert course is October 26-27 at Davenport Guns.
The July CFI cert course was a huge success. The next session is scheduled for October 26-27 at Davenport Guns. These spots will move quickly so please register here. Our CFI program is designed for professional firearms instructors who want to add advanced combative and reality-based training options for individuals, businesses, churches and communities.
Next course is scheduled October 26-27th Davenport Guns in Davenport IA. Click here for registration information.
07.16: What is a Private Defense Network and how do you build one?
We concluded our series of 10 weekly webinars title "Defending Your Homeland" July 14. The final webinar described how to build your own private defense network. Below is the edited version of the webinar:
06.16: New online courses added to the O2DA Defense Academy including 8 tactical scenarios.
Visit the O2DA Defense Academy to view the new online courses.
01.16: What is the Pulse O2DA Training Ladder?
The Pulse O2DA training ladder moves a firearms novice through four stages of skill development.
The training ladder begins with mastering basic handgun manipulations in a personal defense scenario. Then it adds shotgun and rifle to the personal defense skills inventory, followed by introducing individual tactics for defense in home and on the street. Next are team tactics necessary to defend a single location like a school, church, or business. The training ladder culminates with small unit tactics for the defense of a community; like a neighborhood, village, or small town.
Building your own personal defense network begins by understanding that you stand at the center of your own network. You can start to envision your own network by taking an inventory of the roles you play everyday; as men (or women), spouses, parents, church members, PTA members, employees, or business owners and citizens of local communities.
A fully developed private defense network integrates individuals, businesses, schools and churches, community-wide.