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Southeast Precision Tactics or SEPTAC?


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Has anyone done any training with these guys?  

 

 

 

http://www.septac.com/

 

They close by and they offer 1-day classes as opposed to 2-day classes.  This works a lot better for my schedule.  

 

Edit-  Header should have said "Southeast Precision Tactics", not "training"  My apologies to anyone who might be affiliated.

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You got me curious, so I tried to find some reviews, not much out there.

 

Found out they are based in Powell, established on 2011, Matt Sexton is the owner and appears he is retired LE.

 

A quick perusal of their FB page did have some positive feedback from students along with 1444 likes.

 

I would watch the videos and see if you can gage how the class is run.

 

Not sure how I feel about the top student recognition award, who is keeping "score" and how does this influence the training?

 

When I go to a training class, I see that as competing against myself, not anyone else in the class.

 

I will openly admit I like getting the certificates of completion, they look pretty cool on my office wall.

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I was looking at a Septac handgun course this spring but coaching my son's soccer will probably prevent it. Looks like my only opportunity to do something similar will be the April 19th get together hosted by CruelHandLuke.  Post up if you do a SEPTAC, Al.  I'd like a review.

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