From new shooters to seasoned soldiers and police officers and all in between, we teach passionate gun owners to be safer, more competent and more confident shooters. We accomplish this with tailored, doctrine based instruction delivered by equally passionate firearms professionals. We are dedicated to absolute professionalism, responsibility and accountability in the civilian, law enforcement and military shooting communities.
We currently offer various programs of instruction at local venues. We normally execute Pistol courses at Whistling Pines Gun Club (East). We can travel to other hosting ranges in Colorado Springs and beyond with prior coordination. Most courses are conducted on Saturdays and/or Sundays. Individual instruction is available on weekdays and evenings as requested. OSS is fully insured for live fire instruction and training through NRA endorsed Lockton Affinity, LLC.
OSS offers a non-intimidating, low stress yet focused learning environment. We perform in-depth analysis of individual performance. Whether teaching a concealed carry class for women or room entry techniques for SWAT teams our performance-based approach ensures the client has maximized his/her individual potential by doing the absolute best with what they have. Our individualized, doctrine-based training inspires confidence reinforcing our client’s trust in OSS.
2.5 Hours Classroom, 5 Hours Live Fire
7 Hour Certificate of Training for Concealed Carry...
Robert "Edgar" Mills is retired out of 10th Special Forces Group. He served in the United States Army for 25 years, nine years as an Infantryman with the 82nd Airborne Division and from 2003 to 2020 with Special Forces as a Candidate, Weapons Sergeant, Intelligence Sergeant, and Operations Sergeant. He, like his Infantry and SF brethren, has multiple combat deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan as well as multiple non-combat deployments to several African and European partner nations. While stationed in Tampa, Florida Edgar was the program lead for the SOCOM Marksmanship Program where he...
Ezekiel “Zeke” Mills acquired a passion for shooting and training at the age of 13 while volunteering with the SOCOM Marksmanship Program in Tampa, FL. There Zeke assisted in training a broad range of students, from civilians with no firearms experience, to local law enforcement. Through the marksmanship program Zeke worked behind the scenes in events such as the “Mogadishu Mile 5k Run and Shoot” and “D-Day Shootout.” He also trained closely with the Saint Petersburg SWAT team, not only on marksmanship but also a variety of tactics from reacting to a mass shooter to close quarter engagements...