About the School  

There is something about the outside of a firearm that is
good for the inside of an American!                 (Apologies to R. Reagan)

Created by Tim Gwynn, Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. Army Special Forces (Retired), the Wolverine School of Personal Safety is intended to provide to private citizens, Law Enforcement Organizations and Officers (and others) the basic, intermediate, and advanced skills for the protection of self, loved ones, and other citizens, in firearms usage, unarmed skills proficiency, and intermediate tools.

The School philosophy is based upon the performance-based-training model and depends on the student's drive to succeed, to be better at the end than at the beginning of instruction.  Any gains in skill levels are counted as successes.  SAFETY is the only formal standard against which a student is measured.  Serious violations of SAFETY standards may result in an early student deparure.

Each class page suggests a donation for class materials and range maintenance.  The student is encouraged to donate accordingly but the Wolverine Mission includes:  Ensuring that anyone desiring to acquire defensive skills will be accommodated.

AND, we also have a Facebook Page at Wolverine School of Personal Safety

In discussions with students from the Pagosa Springs area it appears that there may be an opportunity to offer training in that area, at least for classroom portions.  We are willing to make the drive meaning you do not have to especially during game migration seasons, for the two evenings of the Basic Defensive Pistol/CCW class.  That leaves the daylight trip to Red Dawn Range up to you.  There would have to be a minimum number of students required to make it worthwhile for us, perhaps six or more.  Our contact information is on this page and each class page.  This can apply to Silverton as well.




Twin Olympic Biathletes Tracy & Lanny Barnes visit with Tim and Duke after a Rimfire Challenge at Red Dawn Range


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