A question that is constantly asked is “How do I train with you?”

This question is easy to answer but hard to solve. In the decades we’ve trained as students and instructors the common theme is “WHERE”? 

If you have a commercial, abandoned, or potential venue that could host one of the courses HSG offers, we’re all ears to discuss. 

Benefits of Hosting, rather than attending:

1) Free Spots. Hosting agency/entity is given a specific number of complimentary spots in the course. The number of slots given is dependent on the chosen course. 

2) Travel expenses. In this day and age, it’s expensive to travel. By bringing us to you, our cost of travel is built into the tuition therefore not passed onto the student/host. Everyone benefits

3) Environment. By bringing HSG to you, the environment will be similar to what local students would most likely encounter in real life. 


V.I.C: Vehicle Interdiction Course is one of the flag ships of HSG’s programs. After thousands of mobile operations, this course is designed to bring investigations and enforcement units to the table and demonstrate SOP’s to conduct and complete mobile operations. 

Class Metric: 80% Tactics/20% Shooting

Tech Operator

Tech Operator Course is an extensive course designed to take the technology and provide proper steps and instruction into the “how to” and “why” implement into a team’s TTPs/SOPs.

HSG has partnered with Recon Robotics and Tech Operator serves as their official certification for use of the Throwbot 2.

Class Metric: 80% Tactics/20% Shooting


High-REV: Statistically, a Use of Force encounter will occur in/around some sort of vehicle. High-Rev is a course designed for Law Enforcement or Civilians to demonstrate principles to help win the fight. 

Class Metric: 50% Tactics/50% Shooting

SOLO CQB/Practical CCW

Carrying a weapon daily is a responsibility and decision thousands of responsible individuals make. This course was designed to demonstrate Use of Force principles when deciding to act and how to respond after a violent encounter. 

Solo CQB requires more consideration, patience, and control from the individual. By combining solo CQB principles with our practical CCW course, students are given a learning environment that shows the “WHY” for these tactics. 


101: Introduction to Small Unit Tactics with principles and concepts. Brief overview of mission planning and procedures, and gear theology. 

201: Mission parameters and operation planning is emphasized more. Applying basic principles with moderate complex problems.

301: Full Scenarios, Leadership principles, Night Vision Application, Team Development/SOPs and Full Team application. 

Class Metric: 60% Tactics/40% Shooting


Typical Live Fire Weapon Courses require “Safe and Ready” range rules which students must apply. This has created a culture of linear range scars (thinking only in a straight line). We  insist on teaching students to be aware of their environment, while operating in a safe and practical manner to the real environment, while maintaining and being ready for whatever is presented to them. 

CWC is a high tempo live fire course where students learn to run their weapon platform of choice (rifle or pistol) in live fire scenarios and while given tasks to complete. 

Class Metric: 50% Tactics/50% Shooting

Night Fighter

Lots to compress when talking night time encounters. From understanding lighting conditions, the different aspects gear plays in assisting in low light environments, to limitations and real examples of violent encounters all are discussed and worked through during practical live fire drills.

Class Metric: 60% Tactics/40% Shooting

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