Live Fire Training with TSM

TSM members in the "pit" at a recent firearms training.

Although our recent live fire was cut short due to tornadoes and hail (literally), Texas State Militia Houston Unit members still gained a lot from the firearms training.

New members are taught from basic marksmanship principles, through transitioning, support side firing, and moving and shooting techniques.

As you can tell, our trainings are extremely well organized and safety conscious. No member may enter the firing line, load their weapon, or fire until tower clears them.

Some highlights from our recent live firearms training.

Below are some videos that are rarely release of the kind of firearms training we do here at TSM. Because safety is the most important aspect of any of our trainings, every shooter has dedicated range safety officers at their side to monitor and teach firearms safety to every member.

The types of firearms trainings we practice here at TSM are rapid fire, moving and shooting, accuracy, and working as a team to lay down covering fire. Our members are encouraged to take their time with their shots until they develop their skills. “Slow is smooth, smooth is fast” is a moniker that is repeated often.

We organize our live-fire trainings to emulate military range procedures and classes.

Although our members may appear like they have been doing this their whole live, most didn’t start out the way when they entered. We take relatively inexperienced shooters and help them develop safe and accurate shooting skills. Because they have trained, they will be confident when the time comes. Come join us and be ready.

Check out this and our other trainings so you can be ready. Also check out our MyMilitia Page.

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8 comments on “Live Fire Training with TSM”

  1. James Neill Reply

    Were do I go to join I’m exnavy and I have been looking for a group of like minded people to drill with

  2. Carlos Gutierrez Reply


    I’m considering to join, but how does this work…is there monthly/weekly meetings? If so where and how long?
    firearms – I only have a small 9mm for the house, do I need to have an AR15 for any live-fire training?!

    I’m still in the Texas Army National Guard, it wont hurt me anymore than to volunteer with (TSM) on my free time, esp since you have former/current LEOS.

    Carlos G
    Houston, TX

    • TSMHouston Reply

      Hi Carlos, email sent to your email address. But briefly, we don’t allow active military in the unit due to conflicts and US Military restrictions.

  3. Kenneth Wood Reply

    I’m a former Army 19Delta Recon scout, I am worried about the happenings to my beloved country, looking to do what ever to save what so many sacrificed for. Please tell me what I need to next, as far as joining and training with my brothers.

  4. Louis Wayne McMaster Reply

    Yes i filled out a application ,in requirements it stated to send copy of driving license front and back, didn’t see a email address or a place to load a picture..assuming ya’ll will contact me by email or phone? Trying to make sure u get all that you need from me..thanks!

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