BluCore Shooting Center Training Staff
Senior Instructors — $125/hour
Lead Instructors — $100/hour
Instructors — $75/hour
George is veteran law enforcement officer of 39 years; he has worked in patrol, K-9, & SWAT. While a Detective he served in internal affairs, narcotics, and juvenile crime unit. George currently serves at a local law enforcement agency as the firearms training unit supervisor and Juvenile crime unit supervisor. George is a Colorado Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors Association “Master Firearms Instructor”, he is certified by the NRA as a Patrol Rifle, Tactical Pistol, Select Fire, and Precision Rifle instructor, as well as holding certifications as instructor in CQB, Chemical munitions, Executive Protection, and CCW. George has trained the first time shooter as well as the competitive and tactical shooter.
A disabled Army veteran with over 8 years of firearms experience, Alex was medically retired from the Army after being wounded. Specializing in private instruction for beginning to Advanced shooters with both rifle and pistol. An accomplished shooter, Alex has trained with Competition shooters, various local law enforcement as well as members of the Special Operations Community. His certifications include Expert Marksmanship badge, NRA Range Safety Officer, NRA Pistol Instructor, Red Rocks Police Academy, and Tactical Combat Casualty Care. He is also a Certified Smith and Wesson M&P armorer. Click here to schedule private instruction with Alex.
Canon is a former firefighter and EMT with firearms experience and training derived from the Special operations community and Law Enforcement. He is an avid 3 gun competitor and can combine both competition and combat styles of shooting, to ultimately give you the best of both worlds. As a certified EMT, he can also provide private instruction for medical skills.
Paul is a full time Law Enforcement Officer and has a passion for shooting. He received training many different areas including vehicle assaults, active shooters, low light tactics, combat casualty care, etc. and uses these skills on a regular basis as a Patrol Officer. In addition to being a 3 gun competitor, Paul also tests prototypes and complete reviews for various companies in the firearms industry. He is very passionate about teaching and will apply his knowledge and experience to make sure you get the most out of each class or lesson.
John has served 8 years in the Army as a scout and a team leader and is a veteran of the recent Iraq and Afghanistan wars. John is an educator of multiple combat disciplines and has taught advanced marksmanship and tactics to soldiers and airmen. He believes passionately in training with a focus on joining battle-tested weapons handling techniques used by the tactical community with the speed and efficiency of techniques used by the competition sport-shooting community. He currently shoots 3-Gun, USPSA/IPSC and tactical rifle competitions. John is right at home teaching anything from beginner marksmanship skills to team maneuver.
Jeff is a Marine Corps veteran having served five years in the Marine Reconnaissance community. During his time in the Marine Corps, Jeff was deployed multiple times in the Pacific and South American areas of operation as both Amphibious and Force Reconnaissance. As a graduate of multiple Special Operation Training Group courses and advanced combat medical courses, you will be educated on medical and tactical techniques utilized by the special operations community. Jeff has experience teaching shooters of all skill levels. From teaching the basic core fundamentals of shooting to refining an experienced marksmen’s accuracy and technique. As a gunsmith, he can educate you on the technical and functional aspects of your firearm. With his extensive knowledge and experience with firearms, he can educate you on anything from common failures, disassembly, assembly, and cleaning etc