About Valor Training Group

Valor Training Group, LLC is Rochester’s newest training academy in a state of the art facility. Our dedicated instructors have over 200 years combined experience in law enforcement. Each instructor is NYS DCJS certified and brings a wealth of knowledge from SWAT, SCUBA, EVOC, Firearms, Warrants, Drug Task Force and Defensive Tactics and Training. Valor Training Group also teaches the NRA’s Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun Courses as well as the Utah Concealed Carry Permit, Florida Concealed Carry Permit and Arizona Concealed Carry Permit. At Valor Training Group we also conduct Driver Training including the 6-hour Defensive Driving Courses, Alive at 25 and New York States only full motion driver training simulator. Our office staff can easily answer all your questions and our location at 1250 Scottsville Rd. Suite 85 Rochester New York, 14624 is easy to find. We can always be reached by phone at (585) 705-9750

Holsters: $700 gun, $12 holster, right?

Holsters: $700 gun, $12 holster, right? Holsters: A prospective handgun buyer will spend hours researching which firearm is right for them.  They’ll look at caliber, size, options and cost before making a purchase. Unfortunately, most buyers fail to put for any thought, other than cost, into the holster. Buying the holster is a serious task. [...]

By | March 3rd, 2017|Civilian|0 Comments

Shooting stances: Do they matter?

Regardless of your other skills, your stance is the basis for all your shooting fundamentals. January 3, 2017 Stance, the foundation of your shooting platform, is a crucial element that is often overlooked. Fast and accurate shooting with a handgun requires a stable shooting stance that allows the shooter to exercise proper sight alignment, trigger [...]

By | March 3rd, 2017|Fundamentals|0 Comments

Grip: The first step to accurate shooting

First and foremost, a solid grip makes for a quality shooter. Your grip can make or break your shot the second you press that trigger. Too weak and you won’t control the shot. Too strong and you’ll overcompensate causing your round to travel to destinations unwanted. That grip as important as it is, starts at [...]

By | March 2nd, 2017|Fundamentals|0 Comments

Breathing Control: Just breathe, right?

Breathing:     For shooters, breathe control is often overlooked. Breathing is an important factor that impacts the accuracy of your shot. You can practice your stance, grip, sight alignment, sight picture all you want, but if one does not breathe properly, you may never hit the target as accurately as possible. The further away [...]

By | March 2nd, 2017|Fundamentals|0 Comments

Follow Through: The end of the cycle

  Follow Through   Follow Through is the final fundamental of handgun shooting. At this point, once you have fired your handgun the fundamentals start all over again. Starting with your Trigger Reset, Sight Alignment and Sight Picture, and thus start asking yourself these important questions:   Is there still a threat? Can I safely [...]

By | March 2nd, 2017|Fundamentals|0 Comments

Cover or Concealment: Which is which?

What do both these terms mean? What is the difference between cover and concealment?   Cover are those objects or locations that should be able to stop most bullets from travelling through. For example, a solid concrete wall, a large steel dumpster, the engine block of a large truck.  Think of any heavy item that [...]

By | March 2nd, 2017|Civilian|0 Comments

Trigger Control: What in the world?

Trigger Control and Follow Through Trigger Control:   In previous segments, we talked about a shooters Stance, Grip, Sight Alignment and Sight Picture in relation to becoming an accurate shooter. Today, we are going to target Trigger Control with a semi-automatic handgun. What is Trigger Control?  By military definition, “Trigger Control is the manipulation of [...]

By | February 25th, 2017|Fundamentals|0 Comments