About Riflesmith Aaron Roberts
Aaron's professional shooting background begain when he was in the U.S. Special Operations Command, assigned to the 75th Ranger Regiment, and later the 10th Mountain Division's Long Range Surveillance Detachment (LRSD). After leaving military service he became a Texas State Trooper and was later hired to become a lead staff firearms and tactics instructor at the world-renowned Blackwater Training Center.
Captain of the Blackwater Training Center Shooting Team
During the nearly 5 years he spent there Aaron was responsible for the design, re-design, and implementation of some of the most current and comprehensive shooting and tactics programs ever created. Aaron has trained everyone from civilians to personnel from the most elite special operations units in the world. Aaron also has an extensive competitive shooting background as captain of the blackwater shooting team, where his duties ranged from developing industry contacts to shooting and beating some of the best shooters in the world.
Provides World Class Firearms Training
Aaron now owns and operates "Tactical Shooting Solutions", a training and consulting firm that's mission is, "to provide world-class firearms training for real world solutions". He is also owner and riflesmith of "Roberts Precision Rifles", a custom rifle building shop that produces some of the most accurate hunting, tactical, and competition rifles available.
Co-Host of "Tactical Impact" and Host of "Handguns" on The Sportsman Channel
Aaron branched out into the television world when he was asked by Larry Vickers to co-host "Tactical Impact". Aaron later went on to host "Handguns" on the Sportsman Channel. You will find very few instructors nationwide with a depth of knowledge equal to Aaron's; and you will certainly not find anyone providing handgun and rifle training that can offer as complete an understanding of firearms training and as thorough a training curriculum.
Things that are important to us
- The desire to do work correctly and build to spec. If the spec calls for 1.0625; that means it's not 1.0599 or 1.0632; it's 1.0625
- Anyone that has ever built a gun or done repair work has broken or ruined a component. If this ever happens - we are not going to hide it. We will take responsiblity for it and will make it right.