Two Day Tactical Pistol and Carbine
This dynamic, challenging 2-day tactical shooting course is limited to experienced, proficient shooters. Over the course of 16 hrs, students execute a variety of progressive shooting drills under timed pressure: re-loading and malfunctions, weapons transitions, strong and support hand weapon transitions, multiple target transitions, shooting on the move incorporating reloads and weapon transitions, multiple positions shooting and tactical use of cover. (If time permits, shooting from inside and around vehicles.
* Limited enrollment in order to provide one-on-one skill development analysis and instruction.
Course Objective: The student will demonstrate a high level of tactical proficiency, and accuracy under increasing pressure with the semi-automatic pistol and AR-15 type carbine.
General firearms safety
Diagnostic evaluation with both weapons
Sights, zeroing, external ballistics, slings, holster, equipment setup
Fundamentals of rifle and pistol marksmanship
Reloading & malfunction drills
Multiple Shooting positions
Multiple shots / transitions between multiple targets
Transitions between weapons
Set-up and Shooting on the move
Shooting from barricades & covered positions
Ammo requirements (Student Furnished): 600 rounds of pistol ammunition, 600 rounds of rifle ammunition.
Prerequisite (one of the following):
- Successful completion of TRC Level I Pistol or Carbine Course (or equivalent)
- Active Law Enforcement or Military
- USPSA “C” Classification or higher
- IDPA Sharpshooter Classification or higher
Training schedule: When you arrive, please go to Classroom 2 where the instructor will meet you and go through the range safety brief. Instruction begins at 8:00 am each day and ends at 5 pm. A one hour period is allotted for lunch.
Individual equipment (Student Furnished):
- Pistol with 5 magazines / Carbine with 5 magazines
- Belt with holster and magazine pouches
- Magazine holder for the carbine/rifle.
- Knee and Elbow pads (optional)
- Weapon cleaning kit (with Oil for guns.)
- Rain or inclement weather gear
- Eye and Ear protection (clear and shaded lens are recommended)
- Water / Snacks / Lunch (We’ll take an hour lunch break around noon. Lunch can also be purchased at fast food restaurants within a 10 mile radius of the range.)
- Hat / Gloves (rifles will get hot.)
- Sun Screen (non-greasy or water resistant recommended)
- Optical Sight for rifle (Optional, but highly recommended.)
Course includes: 16 hours of instruction and a certificate of completion.
* We recommend you wear comfortable shoes, long pants, and a long sleeve shirt that you don’t mind getting dirty