Learn to Shoot Like an FBI Agent...and Beyond
If you were a target of violence, could you stop it before you or others got hurt?
You aren't built like The Rock. You've always been more effective with your mind.
You may think, "It could never happen to me. I'll see it coming and avoid it, or talk my way out."
But what's the truth?
Studies on violent crime in the US show your lifetime risk of being targeted for an assault, robbery, rape, or murder is 83% (5 out of 6), with a 52% risk of being targeted 2 or more times.
Like it or not, chances are you will be a target at least once in your life.
I'm here to make sure that when the time comes, you'll have what it takes to remain in control, and not be a victim after all.
And if you or someone you know has been targeted in the past,
I'm here to make sure that even if that happens again, the outcome won't the same.
Violent attacks are over in seconds. Police are minutes away, and I can train you to shoot better than them.
I'm Bryan Hill, founder of Pistol Wizard. Nice to meet you!
I'm here to share with you all I've learned about self defense, pistol shooting, and home security.
I'm offering you a shortcut to all the things I wish I knew starting out.
All articles have references at the end drawing on real events, law enforcement data, and the best in scientfic knowledge.
Some questions I'll answer:
If you have any questions about pistols, accessories, gear, etc., please contact me
If these resonate, you'll probably make a great student:
Self Reliance: Police can't respond in time to save me or my loved ones. It's up to me until they arrive.
Agency: I have the potential to shoot like a Navy SEAL, no matter my age or gender.
Ownership: The biggest factors in my success are how I train, the effort I put in, and honesty with myself.
Resolve: In criminal attacks, I still have a choice. Even if I've been a victim in the past, the outcome won't be the same again.
NRA Pistol Instructor
NRA CCW Instructor
Texas LTC Instructor
For context, the average US police academy includes 73 hours on firearms training
and the FBI includes 110 hours.
Here are the training courses I've completed: