Law Enforcement Firearms Training
"Of all the training I have undertaken in the last 25 years, this is the best and most productive of the lot. I am more proud and pleased with having completed D.R.A.W. School than any other I have taken."
"D.R.A.W. School opened my eyes to how outdated the training I received and continue to teach really is! I recognized how impractical many of the "traditional" training techniques in law enforcement really are."
"D.R.A.W. School has been a blast! I have learned more due to the D.R.A.W. method. This has definitely been the most challenging, yet satisfying, firearms course in my six years of military and seven years of law enforcement experience."
D.R.A.W. School handgun training started in early 2013 as a 4-hour course designed to teach officers how to draw their handgun from a Level III holster and get on target in under one second. From there, it quickly grew into a multi-faceted course designed to meet the specific needs of law enforcement firearms training. Special focus was also given to the unique challenges that many female officers face and how to overcome them.
With help from US Olympic doctors and world-class trainers, D.R.A.W. School handgun training has grown into program that continues redefine how law enforcement firearms training is conducted. From academy training to in-service training, D.R.A.W. School handgun training meets and exceeds all state and federal training requirements and can be inserted into any training regime by any agency. The unique stair-step training methodology has been used by countless officers and instructors to increase their skill level far beyond what they thought possible.
Combined with the design and development of the patented BarrelBlok safety and training aid, the vast majority of firearms training can be conducted and duplicated in a dry-fire classroom setting with 100% safety, 100% realism and zero training scars. This gives officers the ability to receive the incredible benefits of training anytime. Then, when conducting live-fire training, officers are immediately up to speed and can train with great focus while using few rounds.
Using the D.R.A.W. Technique, D.R.A.W. School Chief Firearms Instructor Jason Speller broke the national record for the 5 and 5 Readiness Drill in Dallas, Texas with a time of 4.23 seconds. The previous record, also set by Speller, was 4.37 seconds.
Setting Up The Drill: From 4 yards, fire five rounds, reload and fire five additional rounds in 5 seconds or less. All rounds must be on a vertical 8x10 rectangle in the upper chest of a B-27 target.
D.R.A.W. 1 teaches officers how the brain and body function and how to work within those parameters to increase speed and accuracy. (Five Sections of Instruction)
D.R.A.W. 2 trains officers on the fastest way to reload their firearm, from empty to back on target with incredible speed. (Five Sections of Instruction)
D.R.A.W. 3 shows officers how to quickly identify and clear malfunctions. New techniques increase clearance speed. (Three Sections of Instruction)
Effectively drawing and utilizing your handgun with your secondary hand only in any situation means you're not out of the fight! (Three Sections of Instruction)
Performing any type of reloading sequence in an injured capacity keep your handgun up and running even both hands might not! (Four sections of Instruction)
Experiencing a malfunction while only having one hand can be a nightmare. Knowing how to clear them with only one hand is essential! (Six Sections of Instruction)
If your trigger finger is injured and not working, that does not mean you cannot shoot! Using an alternate finger to manipulate the trigger keeps you in the fight! (Two Sections of Instruction)
Getting separated from your handgun can be the ultimate challenge in a high-stress situation. Learning how to recover it quickly can save the day! (Three Sections of Instruction)
Operating in an urban environment can present many challenges. Learning to quickly shoot from multiple points of elevation and around various objects provide more options to effectively engage and remain safe. (Five Sections of Instruction)
*All in-person and online D.R.A.W. School training courses are for sworn law enforcement officers and instructors, law enforcement affiliated college training programs, military, NRC security teams and other armed professionals only. Credentials will be required to have access to these courses. To find out if you or your organization qualify to attend or subscribe, please send your request via contact page.