The Little Gunner Boy, LLC

The Little Gunner Boy, LLC

5.0 (3)
Best of 2023
6 hires on
1 employee
4 years in business

About this pro

I start off by focusing on the basics of firearms training and getting to know my students and their individual needs and strengths. From there we will build upon the basics and get you to a point where you will be more confident and self-assured with your firearm of choice.

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Dallas, TX 75287
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3 Reviews


  • David Benevento

    Jacob knew that we were rookies with firearms. He provided us pre-training material and focused on safety and handling. We will work with in the near future.

  • Chris Carter

    Patient and teaching

  • Umesh V

    Jacob is an excellent instructor for your learning needs. He is always "safety first". He did not pour a lot of classroom theory with details. He observed how I shoot and made a few corrections, which greatly impacted my shooting. After few rounds of practice, I knew what I was doing wrong and was able to hit all my rounds in the bull's eye. I highly recommend him.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I always get to know my students with email or phone call conversations. To make sure we are a good fit together, I send out some emails with my teaching philosophy and how I approach teaching firearms.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

8 1/2 years as a Gunner's Mate First Class, and 11 years in the civilian sector with certifications from the NRA for pistol, rifle, shotgun, and concealed carry.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Standard pricing is $55 for 2-hours for the first lesson. After that additional lessons can be scheduled in a one hour block. Additionally, if I drive to your location and you are more than 20 miles away, there is a $3 surcharge for every 15 miles driven over that.

How did you get started teaching?

I started learning and teaching firearms and self-defense in 2002 in the US Navy. After eight years, eight months, and seven days I transitioned to the civilian sector and continued my journey.

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