Bill Rogers, a legend in the shooting community, created the venerable Rogers Range along with his cutting edge reactive shooting school decades ago. This incredible training, once reserved for tip of the spear special operations forces is now available to law enforcement and responsible armed citizens alike.
We are honored to have earned the privilege to be a part of the instructor cadre at Rogers Range Texas, which is but one of the many ranges within the 2300 acre Mission Critical training ranch in Gatesville TX (near Fort Hood in Killeen).
The traditional Rogers training course is four days, beginning on a Thursday morning. Though not as in-depth, a two day abbreviated weekend version is offered as well. The two day course fee is $550 and the four day is $1075.
The Mission Critical training ranch is west of Fort Hood / Killeen TX. It is a privately owned and operated facility which is not open to the public. There are no day shooters, range passes or range members. The address will remain undisclosed until payment for your course is received. Directions to the ranch and the gate access code will be provided prior to your arrival.
The course begins each day at 9:00 a.m. We will take a quick lunch break on the range around noon. Training wraps up between 3:00 and 4:00 daily.
Rogers Range training is not an introductory or beginners handgun course.
Proficiency with the followings items are required PRIOR to attending a Rogers course:
The course is intended to greatly improve upon the aforementioned fundamental gunfighting skillset. If you do not yet possess these skills but would like to train toward the goal of shooting a Rogers course, please contact us at Aim True Group to schedule preparatory training work.
Approved projectile type:
Due to the close proximity of the steel plates to the shooter, only the following ammunition types are allowed on the Rogers Range:
The following projectiles are not allowed:
The exception being MIL / LEO only courses whereby the use of duty ammo is required.
Armor piercing and incendiary rounds are NOT allowed under any circumstances.
Ammo for sale at Mission Critical / Rogers Range:
Mission Critical sells 9mm 115 grain TMJ ammunition only. Ammo must be purchased from MC prior to your course.
Daily Round Count:
500 to 600
A high capacity semi-automatic handgun with four magazines is required. Due to high round counts per drill, single stack magazine fed pistols and revolvers are not allowed.
A magazine capacity of 14 or more is a good baseline.
A sturdy belt with a high quality outside the waistband kydex holster and magazine carrier(s) for two spare mags is required. IWB holsters are allowed - but user beware. The slide may become too hot to touch due to high round counts. Re-holstering may burn your skin, even while the pistol sits inside the holster.
The following holsters are NOT allowed:
Quality, ballistic rated eye protection is required to be worn at all times.
Electronic / amplified hearing protection is required.
The closest store or restaurant is more than 30 minutes from the ranch. Be sure and arrive every morning with your lunch, snacks and drinks on hand. You will not have time to make a round trip into town and back during the lunch break.
Do NOT wear your favorite clothes and shoes to the Rogers Range. You are likely to get paint speckles or worse on your clothing and shoes while you are re-painting the steel plates between drills.
The closest hotels are located in Gatesville TX.
There are two options.
1) Choose a course date offered on the Mission Critical website.
2) If you have a group of four or more participants, you can schedule a private training course for your group through Aim True. Simply click on the CONTACT button below to begin the process.
We look forward to seeing you on the Rogers Range!