Robert Butler

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Robert Butler is the Owner and Chief Firearms Instructor for Kenaz Tactical Group and an NRA Certified Instructor in 6 disciplines. Robert is also currently a member of the Executive Board at Pikes Peak Gun Club. Further, Robert is an 18 year veteran of the US Army and Army National Guard holding the MOS 12B and 13R.

COVID-19 – Colorado Lockdown

On March 26th 2020, Governor Jared Polis placed a stay at home order on the citizens of the state of Colorado, as such we were forced to suspend classes until the restrictions are lifted on April 11th 2020. Classes Scheduled for the weekend of April 18th are expected to continue […]

Blue Alpha Gear Molle Belt rig

Blue Alpha Gear 1.75″ Molle Double belt rig – Review Several companies claim perfection, few actually achieve it. Enter Blue Alpha Gear, a small American company located in Atlanta, GA catering to shooting and outdoor enthusiasts. Blue Alpha Gear specializes in the manufacture of belts for duty, EDC and range […]

SwampFox Tactical Optics

USE CODE KTGSTUDENT19 to receive 20% off your next order!! A few weeks ago I was contacted by a representative from a Colorado optics company, SwampFox Optics, to review and demo a line of low cost but high quality tactical optics geared mainly toward the tactical shooting market. Upon a […]

Range Facilities

In mid 2017, Kenaz Tactical Group moved its operation to a new facility in Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak Gun Club. Since the move, our owner Robert Butler has served on the clubs Board of Directors as the Rifle / Pistol co-chair and as of September 2018, the Vice President of […]

New range facility

Our new range has been completed out at Dragonman’s! We’ve leased part of the property and built a new private range for student use as well as hosting private events. The range is fully enclosed with 360 degree berm, gated and includes storage and shade (oh, and the ever important […]

Review- Talon Grips

For shooters who train in all conditions, a common problem will eventually arise, slippage due to moisture on firearm grip caused by sweat, rain and snow. For many years I dealt with this by wearing gloves while shooting, but as we all know, you train as you fight, gloves are […]