About 2A Training, LLC
Clayton Wilcox was born and raised in Ohio.
Clayton was introduced to shooting by his stepfather initialing using a Daisy Red Ryder
BB rifle in the backyard. He then progressed to a Marlin .22 rifle and a Henry
Richardson 9 shot .22 revolver. His passion for shooting grew through his teenage
years, to include his obtaining both of the Boy Scouts’ rifle and shotgun merit badges
while at Summer Camp. He later returned to the camp and assisted with the programs
during high school.
In the fall of 2002, Clayton completed the Ohio Police Academy and later began his
career in Law Enforcement, serving his local communities. During his career in Law
Enforcement, he furthered his passion for shooting and teaching by earning his General
Instructor, Police Rifle Instructor, Taser Instructor, Oleoresin Capsicum Instructor, and
various other instructor certifications.
The summer of 2007, Clayton moved to the Phoenix area and continued working as a
Police Officer. During his tenure, he has worked as a Patrol Officer, Emergency
Response Team, Motor Officer and K-9 Officer. He has continued his passion for
shooting by earning various National Rifle Association of America (NRA) instructor
Clayton continues to train officers in various disciplines, as well as furthering his desire
to teach by joining the instructor cadre of 2A Training LLC.
CCW, Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Rifle, Shotgun, NRA Courses, Active Shooter Response Training, In Home Defense Training, Women's Only Courses, LEO / MIL / SEC Courses, Seminars / Lectures
NRA Basic Pistol Instructor
NRA Personal Protection Inside the Home Instructor
NRA Personal Protection Outside the Home Instructor
NRA Range Safety Officer
Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission Police Rifle/Carbine Instructor
All classes must be cancelled no later than 15 days prior to the day of class. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of deposits.
2A Training LLC understands life is unpredictable if you need to reschedule a class, contact us as soon as possible to reschedule; preferably no later than 15 days before class to avoid loss of deposit. Exceptions will be conisdered, on a case by case basis.
If a course is cancelled 15 days before the class, students will be refunded the full amount of the course. If cancellation is made within 15 days, the student may forfeit a portion or all of the deposit.