Civilian Courses

Tactical Pistol I
Course length: 2 days

This course is designed to instruct the individual in the safe handling of their chosen pistol and or revolver. This course will include detailed classroom instruction and practical application with a crawl, walk, run process. Subjects covered will be the appropriate mindset, mental awareness levels, equipment selection, weapon handling, shooting stances and positions, a briefing into the legal use of deadly force, requirements to legally carry a concealed deadly weapon, and the conduct of safe weapons range fire.


Tactical Pistol II
Course length: 2 days

This course is designed to build on what was learned in the Tactical Pistol I course. More advanced skill will be learned and the basic skills will be reinforced with various shooting drills and situations. Individuals must have completed the Tactical Pistol I course or an equivalent. This course will be conducted with practical application with a crawl, walk, run process. Subjects covered will be a review of the basic skills needed, multiple target engagement, shooting under self-induced and exterior induced stress, engaging moving targets, tactical decision-making drills utilizing various types of cover and barricades.


Tactical Carbine 1
Course length: 2 days

This course is designed to instruct the individual in the safe handling of their chosen carbine. This course will include detailed classroom instruction and practical application with a crawl, walk, run process. Subjects covered will be the appropriate mindset, mental awareness levels, equipment selection, weapon handling, shooting stances and positions, malfunction drills, multiple target engagement, shooting under self-induced and exterior-induced stress, tactical decision-making drills utilizing various types of cover and barricades and the conduct of safe weapons range fire. More advanced skills will be learned and the basic skills will be reinforced with various shooting drills and situations.


Tactical Carbine 2
Course length: 2 days

This course is designed to build on the instruction the individual learned in the Tactical Carbine I course in the safe handling of their chosen carbine. This course will include detailed classroom instruction and practical application with a crawl, walk, run process. Subjects covered will be a review of the appropriate mindset, mental awareness levels, equipment selection, weapon handling, shooting stances and positions, malfunction drills, multiple target engagement. Weapons transition from carbine to pistol under self-induced and exterior-induced stress situations will be taught. Includes tactical decision-making drills utilizing various types of cover and barricades and the conduct of safe weapons range fire. More advanced skills will be learned and the basic skills will be reinforced with various shooting drills and situations.

 
Precision Rifle
Course length: 2 days

This week-long course covers the introductory basics to sniping and sniper operations. Students should anticipate 8-hour days with minimum down time, and the limited class time and practical exercises will be done at the theatre level. The curriculum covers advanced rifle marksmanship, sniper marksmanship, log books, correcting for environmental factors, judging distance, sniping in an urban environment, observation of ground, observation skills, camouflage & concealment, sniper movement techniques, application of fire techniques and live-fire practical exercises at known and unknown ranges.

 

AK Operator Course
Course length: 2 days

This in-depth course on the AK will cover general and technical information, variants of the weapon, headspace explanation, trigger control group, ballistics, zeroing procedures, malfunctions and reloading, and magazine variations. Course exercises will include a pile test, known distance shooting, unknown distance shooting, low-light considerations and engaging 3-D targets.  


AK Builders Course
Course length: 3 days

A comprehensive course providing instruction on building your own AK-47/74 variant.  Students must provide their own parts kit and receiver.  The course covers inspecting the parts kits and receivers, modules to progressively build your rifle to completion and familiarization fire of your new AK.  While this course is focused on the AKM, many of the gunsmithing and basic machining skills learned will transfer to other weapons.  Class size is limited to 10 students.