PREPARATION IS KEY

While we will attempt to make accommodations if you forget something, you may be unable to complete the course. Students that are unable to attend the course due to equipment shortcomings will be refunded and allowed to reschedule for a later class. If you are unable to obtain certain items or have questions, please contact us prior to the course so that we can make arrangements.

For Tactical Carbine courses, we require the student to have zeroed the rifle prior to the first day of class. Due to the fast-paced nature of the courses, we will not have time for each student to obtain a zero once the course begins. Courses will begin with a confirm zero stage and those that have not zeroed their rifle prior to the course will not be allowed to continue. These students will be refunded their tuition and allowed to reschedule for a later class date.

carbine tacticle level 1

Description

This course allows shooters that are new to owning and running a tactical carbine (AR or AK platform) to establish a strong foundation in the implementation and use of the tactical carbine. Topics include equipment setup, correct zero, reloads, off-shoulder shooting, shooting under duress, shooting, and moving, and observing how a reticle can change under different conditions. At the end of the course, students must pass a shootout test in order to move on to Tactical Carbine Level 2.

Dates

September 10, 2022


Time

8am-5:30pm


Location

carbine tacticle level 2

Description

Building on the fundamentals established in Level 1, Tactical Carbine Level 2 aims to continue building a solid tactical shooter. Topics covered include shooting while moving, introduction to team communication while shooting, rendering aid under fire, Low light engagements, positional shooting, and engagement of targets at intermediate distances. At the end of the course, students must pass a shootout test in order to move on to Tactical Carbine Level 3 and Introduction to CQB.

Dates

November 5, 2022


Time

7am-9pm


Location

Intro to firearms with range time

Description

Designed as a course for those how have a very basic understanding of firearms and firearm safety. This 8-hour course allows students to gain a solid understanding of firearm safety, characteristics of different types of firearms and ammunition, safe loading and unloading of firearms, basic pistol marksmanship, and considerations when carrying a handgun in defense. The range option allows students an opportunity to apply the knowledge gained from the classroom portion to a real-world environment.

Specs

Dates

September 24, 2022


Time

9am-5pm


Location

Tactical Retrieval, Assessment and Care (TRAC)

Description

Based on the growing frequency of mass casualty events, to include active shootings and natural disasters, we have modified the TRAC course offered to first responders into a course geared toward citizens. This 12-hour course focuses on the best practices for a citizen’s response to these types of incidents. Topics include Care under fire, medicine across the barricade, triage, patient movement in austere environments, team movements, tourniquet application, what the acronym W.M.A.R.C.H. stands for and how to implement it into care, and scenario-based care.

Specs

Date

October 15, 2022


Time

8am-8pm


Location