Adrian profile
Adrian Alan is a police officer in Southern Wisconsin. He has served as a law enforcement officer for over a decade in both rural and urban jurisdictions. Adrian is a Wisconsin-DOJ certified Firearms Master Instructor Trainer, pistol and rifle instructor, EVOC instructor and Tactical Response Instructor. He teaches use of force, TEMS/TCCC, armored vehicle operations as well as other general law enforcement topics. Adrian serves as his agency’s AR-15 master armorer, and on their SWAT team in a scout/sniper role. His knowledge of the AR-15 platform is profound and he has consulted law enforcement agencies across the country in the development of patrol rifle programs and policies. In 2015 he was recognized nationally, receiving the Chudwin Award for Patrol Rifle Excellence at the 2015 National Patrol Rifle Conference. Adrian enjoys hunting, fishing and competitive shooting, with his latest focus on long-range precision shooting. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

 

 

Mike Vine

Mike Mohr has worked as a Deputy Sheriff for 13 years. He has worked both the corrections side and patrol. Mike has served on his department’s SWAT team for 10 years and has been the lead SWAT firearms instructor for the past 6 years. While on the SWAT team Mike has filled the role of assaulter, assistant team leader and team leader. He is a Wisconsin DOJ certified pistol and rifle instructor, and a certified armorer for a number of weapons platforms including the 1911, AR-15, Glock, S&W M&P and others. Prior to his career in law enforcement Mike spent 3 years as a Ranger qualified infantryman in the 25th Infantry. Mike has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Mike has been a competitive shooter on and off since the mid 90’s competing in Cowboy Action Shooting events, and more recently USPSA, as his schedule allows.

 

 

Pete Vine

Pete Schreier is an NRA-certified firearms instructor and retired infantryman having served two tours overseas in Kosovo and Iraq with the 10th Mountain Division. Pete served as a deputy sheriff for a number of years and currently works with veterans. He is a highly competitive USPSA shooter, currently working to attain a Master Classification in Production Division. Despite competing in the Production Division, Pete isn’t satisfied with his performance at local matches unless he is beating the top-ranked Open and Limited Class shooters in overall standings, regardless of their classification. He believes there is always room for improvement in speed and accuracy, regardless of one’s experience or performance. Pete’s attention to detail in analyzing a student’s performance is extraordinary, and his teaching style conveys that information in a straight-forward, relaxed manner that is understandable to students of all levels. Pete has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.