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Trident Concepts Introduces TACOST – SIRT 1

If you aren’t familiar with Trident Concepts’ TACOST system, you are missing out. TACOST is basically a set of repeatable drills with measurable standards that can be easily carried with you and randomized thanks to their playing card form factor. You can see my review of TACOST – Pistol 1 for more details.

Jeff Gonzales, owner of Trident Concepts, just introduced his latest TACOST set, TACOST – SIRT 1. The new set is meant to be used with the SIRT Training Pistols from Next Level Training. It focuses on skills that are conducive to dry practice with a tool like the SIRT Training Pistol: Ready Positions, Draw-stroke, Low-light, and Movement. There are 13 drills to support each of those 4 modules for a total of 52 drills. See the video below for more details.

Check out TACOST – SIRT 1 at Trident Concepts.

TRICON Concealed Carry Class with ROBAR

The only thing better than a new gun is a new gun and some training to go with it. ROBAR and TRICON have teamed up in the past to create the TRICON ProCarry Glock Pistol and now they are teaming up again to offer training to go with the ProCarry.


You can send your Glock 19 or 23 to ROBAR for the TRICON ProCarry Package by December 31st and it will be ready for a TRICON’s Concealed Carry Tactics class on February 6-8 in Phoenix, AZ (registration for the class is separate).

Course Details:

Phoenix, AZ
February 6-8, 2015
3 Days (24+ hours)
$599.00 Early Bird registration before 01JAN15
$699.00 regular price
Range fee not included
Course prerequisites:
Combative Pistol, Level One (CP1) or similar

Contact TRICON and ROBAR for additional details.

Trident Concepts Project Neptune

I am a fan of Trident Concepts’ (TRICON) TACOST Training System. It is a simple, portable way to keep a stash of measurable and repeatable drills in hand so that you get the most out of your range sessions. Now Jeff Gonzales, owner and lead trainer at TRICON, is attempting to develop what he calls Project Neptune in order to take the TACOST experience to the next level.



This project is a cloud based, multiple device community environment that provides the platform to track performance history, access to an in-depth training skills library, establish personal goals of performance and network with other like minded individuals from anywhere.

This is basically being developed as a potential next evolutionary step in how training is delivered. Rather than relying on an instructor to set goals and track progress, Project Neptune will seek to help the shooter set their own goals and track progress. The concept behind TACOST is so effective, I can’t help but think Jeff will work the same magic here.

You can crowd fund Project Neptune at Vet Launch.


Jeff Gonzales of Trident Concepts (TRICON) recently announced the TRICON ProCarry. The ProCarry is a Glock 19 that has been worked over by ROBAR Guns to Jeff’s specifications. The full spec list hasn’t been released yet but notables will include ROBAR’s frame texture and full NP3 coated internals, a KKM barrel, undercut trigger guard, and Trijicon HD sights (not shown in the images below).

There will be more details on the ProCarry available soon. The gun itself should be available around 4 weeks after SHOT Show.

TRICON ProCarry TRICON ProCarry Logo

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