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Combative Pistol
+Combative Pistol, Level 1
Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2)
2 Days (16+ hours) $425.00

Course description:
The Combative Pistol, Level One (CP1) is a basic 2-day course that will introduce the combative fundamentals forging process for the tactical employment of a pistol in high-risk situations. It will instruct the pistol’s core operating skills by balancing direct supervision with moderate repetitions to start forging correct technique. The course will develop correct shooting habits and introduce challenging drills that will improve the student’s basic marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the course provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability.

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Terminal objective:
Upon completion of the Combative Pistol, Level One (CP1) course, the student will successfully qualify with a 70% or better on the final Standards Test using a tactical pistol firing duty ammunition with iron sights.

Enabling objectives:
• Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe weapons handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety procedures.•Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Warrior Mindset. •Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™.•Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Marksmanship TrainingProgram™. •Perform preparatory marksmanship training exercises.•Perform ready positions training exercises.•Perform drawstroke training exercises. •Perform malfunction clearance and combat reloading training exercises.•Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of shooting while moving tactics.•Perform shooting while moving training exercises. •Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of multiple threat tactics.•Perform multiple threat training exercises.

Recommended gear list:
• Tactical pistol (9mm caliber or larger)
• 1,000 rounds of functional pistol ammunition
• 5 pistol magazines minimum
• 5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap
• 1st Line gear: Rigid belt, Sturdy holster, Magazine pouches, Dump pouch
• Handheld flashlight
• Clear wrap around ballistic eye and hearing protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubricant

Course prerequisites:
None

+Combative Pistol, Level 2
Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2)
3 Days (24+ hours) $625.00

Course prerequisites:
Combative Pistol, Level one (CP1) or similar

Course description:
The Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2) is an intermediate 3-day course focused on hammering out the rough edges to the modern gunfighter. It will instruct the pistol’s core fighting skills by using full range sessions and high repetitions to continue forging correct technique. The course will progress to more challenging drills that will increase the student’s shooting speed and combat marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the course provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability. The linear progressive training exercises refines the combative fundamentals in order to progress to more advanced courses.

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Terminal objective:
Upon completion of the Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2) course, the student will successfully qualify with a 80% or better on the final Standards Test using a tactical pistol firing duty ammunition with iron sights.

Enabling objectives:
• Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of arms for the pistol.
• Demonstrate knowledge of basic pistol equipment and individual combat equipment loadout.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety procedures.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Warrior Mindset.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of anatomical target zones.
• Exposure to the Marksmanship Training Program™.
• Perform preparatory and combat marksmanship training exercises.
• Mature fighting skills to achieve an optimum balance of accuracy and speed.
• Perform ready positions training exercises.
• Perform drawstroke training exercises.
• Perform malfunction clearance and combat reload training exercises.
• Perform strong hand only training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of shooting on the move.
• Perform shooting on the move training exercises.
• Perform multiple threat training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the various forms of cover or concealment.
• Perform use of cover training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of low light and no light shooting techniques. (to be determined)
• Perform low light training exercises. (to be determined)

Recommended gear list:
• Tactical pistol (weapon light optional)
• 2,000 functional rounds of pistol ammunition
• 5 pistol magazines minimum (9 magazines for single stacks)
• 5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Training uniform (ball cap and gloves)
• 1st Line gear (rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouches and dump pouch)
• Handheld flashlight
• Multi-tool
• Clear wrap around ballistic eye and hearing protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication

+Combative Pistol, Level 3
Combative Pistol, Level Three (CP3)
3 Days (24+ hours) $675.00

Course prerequisites:
Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2) or similar

Course description:
The Combative Pistol, Level Three (CP3) is an advanced 3-day course focused on completing the forging process for the modern gunfighter. It will polish the pistol’s core fighting skills by using extensive range sessions and maximum repetitions honing the student’s skills to a razor’s edge. The course is largely made up of graded drills that will challenge the student’s shooting speed and combat marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the course not only provide instant feedback to the student on skill development and overall ability, but also apply new levels of stress challenging the student at every point within the course. The linear progressive training exercises constantly test the student’s combative fundamentals physically and mentally to improve their shooting skills, validate their gear and prepare them for real world operations.

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Terminal objective:
Upon completion of the Combative Pistol, Level Three (CP3) course, the student will successfully qualify with a 80% or better on the final Standards Test using a tactical pistol firing duty ammunition with iron sights.

Enabling objectives:
• Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of arms for the pistol.
• Demonstrate knowledge of basic pistol equipment and individual combat equipment (1st and 2nd line) loadout.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety protocols.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Warrior Mindset.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™.
• Perform basic and combat marksmanship training exercises.
• Mature fighting skills to achieve an optimum balance of accuracy and speed.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of external and terminal ballistics.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of vital anatomy’s target zones.
• Perform various ready position training exercises.
• Perform malfunction clearances, combat reloading and ammunition management training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of standard and non-standard combat shooting positions.
• Perform shooting position training exercises.
• Perform shooting on the move training exercises.
• Perform multiple threat training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the various forms of cover or concealment.
• Perform use of cover training exercises.
• Perform weak side training exercises.
• Perform strong hand only training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of low light and no light shooting techniques. (to be determined)
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of various night vision devices.
• Perform night operations training exercises. (to be determined)
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of field maintenance and small parts breakage issues.

Recommended gear list:
• Tactical pistol (weapon light optional)
• 2,000 functional rounds of pistol ammunition
• 5 pistol magazines minimum (9 magazines for single stacks)
• 5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Training uniform (ball cap and gloves)
• 1st Line gear (rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouches and dump pouch)
• Handheld flashlight
• Multi-tool
• Clear wrap around ballistic eye and hearing protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication

Combative Carbine
+Combative Carbine, Level 1
Combative Carbine, Level 1 (CC1)
2 Days (16+ hours) $425.00

Course description:
The Combative Carbine, Level 1 is a basic 2-day course that will introduce the combative fundamentals forging process for the tactical employment of a carbine in high-risk situations. It will introduce the carbine’s core operating skills by balancing direct supervision with moderate repetitions to start forging correct technique. The course will develop correct shooting habits and introduce challenging drills that will improve the student’s basic marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the course provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability.

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Terminal objective:
Upon completion of the Combative Carbine, Level 1 (CC1) course, the student will successfully qualify with a 70% or better on the final Standards Test using a tactical carbine firing duty ammunition with a red dot sight.

Enabling objectives:
• Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe weapons handling skills
• Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the Carbine.
• Demonstrate knowledge of basic Carbine equipment to include sturdy belt, holster and magazine pouches.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety procedures.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Warrior Mindset.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of anatomical target zones.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Marksmanship Training Program™.
• Perform preparatory marksmanship training exercises.
• Perform ready positions training exercises.
• Perform pistol transition training exercises.
• Perform malfunction clearance and combat reloading training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of shooting while moving tactics.
• Perform shooting while moving training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of multiple threat tactics.
• Perform multiple threat training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the various forms of cover or concealment.
• Perform use of cover training exercises
• Demonstrate proper field cleaning procedures

Recommended gear list:
• Tactical AR-15/M4 carbine with tactical sling and red dot sight (RDS)
• Tactical pistol
• 1,000 rounds of functional carbine ammunition and 50 rounds of functional pistol ammunition
• 5 carbine magazines and 3 pistol magazines minimum
• 5 inert carbine training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap
• 1st Line gear: Rigid belt, Sturdy holster, Magazine pouches, Dump pouch
• Tinted/clear wrap around ballistic eye protection and electronic ear protection
• Handheld flashlight
• Multi-tool
• Hydration system and energy snacks

Course prerequisites:
None

+Combative Carbine, Level 2
Combative Carbine, Level 2 (CC2)
3 Days (24+ hours) $625

Course prerequisites:
Combative Carbine, Level One or similar

Course description:
The Combative Carbine, Level 2 (CC2) is an intermediate 3-day course focused on hammering out the rough edges to the modern gunfighter. It will instruct the carbine’s core fighting skills by using full range sessions and high repetitions to continue forging correct technique. The course will progress to more challenging drills that will increase the student’s shooting speed and combat marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the course provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability. The linear progressive training exercises refines the combative fundamentals in order to progress to more advanced courses.

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Terminal objectives:
Upon completion of the Combative Carbine, Level 2 (CC2) course, the student will successfully qualify with a 80% or better on the final Standards Test using a tactical carbine with red dot sight firing duty ammunition.

Enabling objectives:
• Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of operation for the carbine.
• Demonstrate knowledge of basic carbine equipment and individual combat equipment. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety guidelines.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Improved Battlesight Zero, correct zeroing procedures and Point Blank Range familiarization.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of anatomical target zones, external and terminal ballistics.
• Perform basic and combat marksmanship training exercises.
• Mature fighting skills to achieve an optimum balance of accuracy and speed.
• Perform ready position training exercises.
• Perform pistol transition training exercises.
• Perform immediate action and remedial action training exercises.
• Perform shooting on the move training exercises.
• Perform multiple threat training exercises.
• Perform use of cover training exercises.
• Perform low light training exercises (if applicable).
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of weapons maintenance procedures, field cleaning techniques and weapons diagnostic process.

Recommended gear list:
• Tactical carbine (with tactical sling and red dot sight)
• Tactical pistol
• 1,800 rounds of functional carbine ammunition and 100 rounds of functional pistol ammunition
• 7 carbine magazines and 3 pistol magazines minimum
• 5 inert carbine training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Training uniform (ball cap and gloves)
• 1st Line gear: Rigid belt, Sturdy holster, Magazine pouches, Dump pouch
• 2nd Line gear (comfortable chest rig or load-bearing equipment capable of holding 5 carbine magazines)
• Handheld flashlight
• Multi-tool
• Tinted/clear wrap around ballistic eye and electronic ear protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication

+Combative Carbine, Level 3
Combative Carbine, Level 3 (CC3)
3 Days (24+ Hours) $675

Course prerequisites:
Combative Carbine, Level Two or similar

Course description:
The Combative Carbine Level 3 (CC3) is an advanced 3-day course focused on completing the forging process for the modern gunfighter. It will polish the carbine’s core fighting skills by using extensive range sessions and maximum repetitions honing the student’s skills to a razor’s edge. The course is largely made up of graded drills that will challenge the student’s shooting speed and combat marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the course not only provide instant feedback to the student on skill development and overall ability, but also apply new levels of stress challenging the student at every point within the course. The linear progressive training exercises constantly test the student’s combative fundamentals physically and mentally to improve their shooting skills, validate their gear and prepare them for real world operations.

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Terminal objectives:
Upon completion of the Combative Pistol, Level Three (CP3) the student will successfully qualify with a 80% or better on the Standards Test using a tactical pistol firing duty ammunition with iron sights.

Enabling objectives:
• Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of arms for the pistol.
• Demonstrate knowledge of basic pistol equipment and individual combat equipment (1st and 2nd line) loadout.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety protocols.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Warrior Mindset.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™.
• Perform basic and combat marksmanship training exercises.
• Mature fighting skills to achieve an optimum balance of accuracy and speed.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of external and terminal ballistics.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of vital anatomy’s target zones.
• Perform various ready position training exercises.
• Perform malfunction clearances, combat reloading and ammunition management training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of standard and non-standard combat shooting positions.
• Perform shooting position training exercises.
• Perform shooting on the move training exercises.
• Perform multiple threat training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the various forms of cover or concealment.
• Perform use of cover training exercises.
• Perform weak side training exercises.
• Perform strong hand only training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of low light and no light shooting techniques. (to be determined)
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of various night vision devices.
• Perform night operations training exercises. (to be determined)
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of field maintenance and small parts breakage issues

Recommended gear list:
• Tactical pistol (with weapon light)
• 2,000 rounds serviceable ammunition
• 5 magazines minimum (9 magazine minimum for single stack)
• Duty uniform (including ball cap and gloves)
• 1st Line gear: Rigid duty belt, Holster, Magazine pouches, Dump pouches
• 2nd Line gear (load bearing equipment and or tactical armor)
• Elbow and knee pads
• Tinted/clear wrap around ballistic eye protection and electronic ear protection
• Handheld flashlight
• Multi-tool
• 5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication
• Spare weapons parts and extra batteries
• Hydration system and energy snacks

Close Quarters Fighting
+Close Quarters Fighting
Close Quarters Fighting (CQF)
3 Days (30+ Hours) $645

Course prerequisites:
Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2) or similar

Course description:
The Close Quarters Fighting (CQF) course provides instruction on how to deal with single and multiple attackers within close quarters that are both lethal and nonlethal in nature. The material is based off proven TTP’s in a linear progressive format from the worse to best case scenarios. The program begins with basic combative topics the progressive to edged weapon awareness. The pistol is deployed at close contact ranges and the material flows from available weapons to available targets. Students learn how to use their issued weapons and empty hands as pain compliance tools for dealing with non-complaint non lethal threats.

Close Quarters Fighting

Terminal objectives:
Upon completion of the Close Quarters Fighting (CQF) course of instruction the student will successfully qualify with a 70% or better on the final standards test using their issued pistol and duty gear.

Enabling objectives:
The course aims at reinforcing in close quarters; non-diagnostic pistol manipulation, malfunction clearances, ammunition management and the combat mindset. It exposes students to the dangers of contact weapons and how to defend and employ them. Core skills include:

• Reinforce the Combat Mindset and Personal Protection Directives
• Re-familiarize with the Dynamic Platform, the Trinity, the Presentation Continuum and Non-Violent Postures
• Reinforce Non-Diagnostic weapons manipulations on the move
• Reinforce muzzle discipline from unconventional positions using the 360º Guard
• Exposure to the Target Enhancement Training Program (TETP)™
• Exposure to the Indexed Centered Engagements (ICE) Program™
• Understanding the Anatomy of an attack
• Close quarter engagement techniques using natural weapons
• Strong hand only marksmanship, manipulations and retention
• Close quarter control systems, in the pre-contact, contact and break contact
• Close quarter defensive methods and weapon strikes
• Disarming and weapon control drills
• Identifying and understanding your personal space and tactical footwork
• Reduced light defensive and offensive techniques

Recommended gear list:
• Tactical pistol (light optional)
• 500 functional rounds of pistol ammunition
• 5 pistol magazines minimum
• Training uniform (ball cap and gloves)
• 1st Line gear: Rigid duty belt, Holster, Magazine pouches, Dump pouches
• 2nd Line gear (tactical armor, load bearing equipment, helmet and goggles)
• Handheld flashlight
• Clear wrap around ballistic eye and hearing protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication
• Groin protector and mouthpiece

Combat Marksmanship
+Combat Marksmanship
Combat Marksmanship (CMK)
3 Days (24+ hours) $597

Course prerequisites:
None

Course description:
The Combat Marksman (CMK) is a 3-day combination course that will introduce the combative fundamentals forging process for the tactical employment of a carbine and pistol in high-risk situations. It will introduce the carbine and pistol operating core skills by balancing direct supervision with moderate repetitions to start forging correct technique. The course will develop correct shooting habits and introduce challenging drills that will improve the student’s basic marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the course provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability.

Combat Marksmanship

Terminal objective:
Upon completion of the Combat Marksman (CMK) course, the student will successfully pass with a 70% or better on the Standards Test using a tactical pistol and carbine with red dot sights or iron sights firing duty ammunition.

Enabling objectives:
Upon completion of this course of instruction, the student will be able to demonstrate and understanding of the course material through verbal discussion and/or correct performance of the following tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP).

• Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of operations for the pistol and carbine.
• Demonstrate knowledge of basic pistol and carbine accessories and individual combat equipment.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearms safety rules.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of basic zeroing and point blank range.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of anatomical target zones, external and terminal ballistics.
• Perform basic and combat marksmanship training exercises.
• Mature fighting skills to achieve an optimum balance of accuracy and speed.
• Perform ready position training exercises.
• Perform pistol transition training exercises.
• Perform malfunction clearances and combat reloading training exercises.
• Perform shooting while moving training exercises.
• Perform multiple threats training exercises.
• Perform use of cover training exercises.
• Perform low light training exercises (if applicable).
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of weapons maintenance procedures, field cleaning techniques and weapons diagnostic analysis.

Basic gear list:
• Tactical pistol
• Tactical carbine (with tactical sling and red dot sight)
• 1,400 rounds of functional carbine ammunition and 750 rounds of functional pistol ammunition
• 7 carbine magazines minimum and 5 pistol magazines minimum
• Training uniform (ball cap and gloves)
• 1st Line gear (rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouches, flashlight pouch, multi-tool pouch and dump pouch)
• 2nd Line gear (armor and load bearing equipment)
• Helmet and goggles (optional)
• Handheld flashlight
• Multi-tool
• Clear wrap around ballistic eye protection and ear protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication

Mid Range Marksmanship
+Mid Range Marksmanship
Mid Range Marksmanship (MRM)
3 Days (24+ hours) $675

Course prerequisites:
Combative Carbine, Level 2 (CC2) or similar

Course description:
The Mid-Range Marksmanship (MRM) is a 3-day advanced course that will instruct the tactics, techniques and procedures necessary to deliver effective fire at extended ranges using a tactical M4 platform. This course will tax the operational limitations of the weapon system, ammunition and student from 50 to 500 yards. Students will develop the skill to achieve first-round lethal strikes at unknown distances. Students will also be able to correct for wind and determine the previous round’s bullet track to achieve second-round lethal strikes if necessary. Students will become familiar with proper zeroing procedures, Point Blank Range, known and unknown distance shooting and the various positions optimally suited for mid-range engagements.

Terminal objective:
Upon completion of the Mid-Range Marksmanship (MRM) course the student will successfully qualify on the final standards test using a tactical M4 carbine with an issued optic (magnified optic or red dot sight) and firing duty match grade ammunition without committing any safety violations or tactical errors to the instructor’s satisfaction.

Enabling objectives:
Upon completion of this course of instruction, the student will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the course material through verbal discussion and/or practical exercises of the following tactics, techniques and procedures:

• Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of arms for the tactical carbine.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety procedures.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of mid-range marksmanship points of performance.
• Perform basic marksmanship training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of external and terminal ballistics.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of an Improved Battlesight Zero (IBZ) and Point Blank Range (PBR).
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of proper zeroing procedures.
• Perform tactical carbine zeroing exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of standard shooting positions.
• Perform standard shooting position training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Bullet Drop Compensator (BDC) reticules and IBZ Holds for engaging mid-range targets.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of range finding reticules and range estimations techniques.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for basic wind calling and bullet trace techniques to achieve second round strikes.
• Perform mid-range engagement training exercise versus paper and steal targets.
• Perform multiple mid-range engagement training exercises versus steal targets.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of field maintenance and small parts breakage issues.

Basic gear list:
• Tactical M4 carbine equipped with red dot sight or magnified optic (with tactical sling)
• 1,000 rounds of match grade 5.56mm (75gr or 77gr OTM preferred)
• 7 carbine magazines
• Training uniform (long pants and long sleeves)
• Ball cap and shooting gloves
• 1st Line gear (rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouches and dump pouch)
• Clear and tinted wrap around ballistic eye and electronic hearing protection
• Shooting pad or knee/elbow pads
• Shooting rest or sandbags (bi-pod optional)
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication

Operational Readiness Assessment
+Operational Readiness Assessment
Operational Readiness Assessment (ORE)
2 Days (16+ hours) Contact admin for pricing

Course prerequisites:
None

Course description:
The Operational Readiness Assessment is a 2-day program that uses various benchmark drills to observe and assess a tactical team’s operational readiness. The program is broken up into one day of pistol incorporating various drills and ending with a standards test and then a second day of rifle incorporating various drills and ending with the CQB Safety Test. The team is provided tangible performance metrics that consist of areas of sustainment and areas of improvement. Assessments are performed at the individual and team level to give the micro and macro view of readiness. The team is provided with suggested training plans that support their overall operational readiness by focusing their resources and training time to both sustain and improve performance.

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Terminal objective:
Using issued firearms and supporting equipment, meet the surgical shooting standards for CQB by achieving a minimum of 80% score as a team.

Enabling objectives:
Upon completion of this course of instruction, the student will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the course material through verbal discussion and/or practical exercises of the following tactics, techniques and procedures:

  • Shooting warm-up
  • Firearm operational checks
  • Supporting equipment checks
  • Standard and minimum loadouts
  • Basic marksmanship drills
  • Combat marksmanship drills
  • Surgical shooting drills
  • Pistol transition drills
  • Rifling zeroing
  • Speed drills
  • Shooting while moving drills
  • Head to head competition

Basic gear list:

  • Assault rifle with tactical sling and light
  • Tactical pistol with light
  • 500 rounds of 5.56mm
  • 500 rounds of 9mm
  • 5 magazine minimum for both rifle and pistol
  • Duty uniform (gloves and ball cap required)
  • 1st Line gear (duty belt, holster, magazine, flashlight and dump pouches)
  • 2nd Line gear (tactical armor, load bearing vest, helmet and goggles)
  • Clear/tinted ballistic eye protection and ear protection
  • Hydration system and energy snacks
Tutorial / Private Instruction
+Tutorial / Private Instruction
Tutorial / Private Instruction (TUT)
Half Day (4 hours) $599/person
Full Day (8 hours) $1199/person

Note: Above prices do not include expenses, such as travel, range fees and ammunition. Maximum number of person allowed in a private instruction format is four.

private instruction

Description:
Private instruction affords the client the opportunity to be one-on-one with the instructor. More attention is giving to specific skills and the refinement of current skills.

All the weapons platforms can be covered in a private instruction format. The three levels of private instruction are;

• Fundamentals, which introduces clients to new aspects of the weapons systems. It is an excellent way to get a taste for the different platforms or master the fundamentals.
• Skill Building, which deals with previously learned skills and the introduction of new ones. The key at this level is developing skill’s confidence.
• Practical, which deals with the realistic application of learned skills to create greater situational confidence. Depending on the level of skill, Simunitions training aids may be used.

Proficiency Modules
+Strong Hand Only
Strong Hand Only (SHO)
1 Day (8+ hours) $200.00

Course description:

The Strong Hand Only (SHO) is part of our Proficiency Module program. It is anintermediate 1-day class that will continue the combative fundamentals forging processfor the tactical employment of a pistol using strong hand only, weak hand only and weakside techniques. The student will be provided specialized instruction and structuredtraining drills both live fire and dry specific to the subject. The class is designed to developcorrect shooting habits and introduce challenging drills that will improve the student’sbasic marksmanship using only one hand. Graded evolutions throughout the class provideinstant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overallability.

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Terminal objective:

Upon completion of the Strong Hand Only (SHO) class, the student will successfullyqualify with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions using their strong hand only, a tactical pistol and firing duty ammunition.

Enabling objectives:

• Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe weapons handling skills
• Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the pistol.
• Demonstrate knowledge of basic pistol equipment to include sturdy belt, holster and magazine pouches.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety procedures.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Warrior Mindset.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of anatomical target zones.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Marksmanship Training Program™.
• Perform preparatory marksmanship training exercises.
• Perform ready positions training exercises.
• Perform drawstroke training exercises.
• Perform malfunction clearance and combat reloading training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of shooting while moving tactics.
• Perform shooting while moving training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of multiple threat tactics.
• Perform multiple threat training exercises.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the various forms of cover or concealment.
• Perform use of cover training exercises

Recommended gear list:

• Tactical pistol (9mm caliber or larger)
• 1,000 rounds of functional pistol ammunition
• 5 pistol magazines minimum
• 5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap
• 1st Line gear: Rigid belt, Sturdy holster, Magazine pouches, Dump pouch
• Handheld flashlight
• Clear wrap around ballistic eye and hearing protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubricant

Course prerequisites:

Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2)

+Shooting on the Move, Pistol
Shooting on the Move, Pistol (SMP)
1 Day (8+ hours) $200.00

Course description:

The Shooting on the Move, Pistol (SMP) class is designed to create a mobile firing platform for those who have developed effective and aggressive shooting skills with their pistol and carbine from a static position. This class will provide the instruction and the opportunity to engage targets while moving from a variety of directions and speeds. Instruction will be provided on categories of movement, movement skills, performing weapons manipulations; increasing one’s hit potential and increasing one’s situational awareness while moving. The fundamentals of shooting on the move are discussed emphasizing mobility and stability while effectively engaging targets.

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Terminal objective:

Upon completion of the Shooting on the Move, pistol class, the student will successfully qualify with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions using a tactical pistol equipped with iron sights or a mini-red dot sight firing duty ammunition.

Enabling objectives:

• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety procedures
• Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of arms for the carbine
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Warrior Mindset
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™
• Mature fighting skills to achieve an optimum balance of accuracy and speed
• Utilize Category One movement techniques to accurately and quickly engage threats while moving.
• Utilize Category Two movement techniques to accurately and quickly engage threats while moving.
• Exposure to unconventional movement techniques and drills.
• Reinforce Non-Diagnostic weapon manipulations.
• Engage threats using non-standard responses; perform post-shooting assessments and scanning techniques.
• Engage moving threats in stationary and dynamic conditions. (to be determined)

Recommended gear list:

• Tactical pistol
• 750 rounds of functional pistol ammunition
• 5 pistol magazines minimum
• 5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Training uniform (ball cap and gloves)
• 1st Line gear (rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouches and dump pouch)
• Multi-tool
• Clear/tinted wrap around ballistic eye and electronic hearing protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication

Course prerequisites:

Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2) or similar

+Shooting on the Move, Carbine
Shooting on the Move, Carbine (SMC)
1 Day (8+ hours) $200.00

Course description:
The Shooting on the Move, Carbine (SMC) class is designed to create a mobile firing platform for those who have developed effective and aggressive shooting skills with their pistol and carbine from a static position. This class will provide the instruction and the opportunity to engage targets while moving from a variety of directions and speeds. Instruction will be provided on categories of movement, movement skills, performing weapons manipulations; increasing one’s hit potential and increasing one’s situational awareness while moving. The fundamentals of shooting on the move are discussed emphasizing mobility and stability while effectively engaging targets.

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Terminal objective:

Upon completion of the Shooting on the Move, Carbine class, the student will successfully qualify with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions using a tactical carbine equipped with a red dot sight firing duty ammunition.

Enabling objectives:

• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety procedures
• Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of arms for the carbine
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Warrior Mindset
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™
• Mature fighting skills to achieve an optimum balance of accuracy and speed
• Utilize Category One movement techniques to accurately and quickly engage threats while moving.
• Utilize Category Two movement techniques to accurately and quickly engage threats while moving.
• Exposure to unconventional movement techniques and drills.
• Reinforce Non-Diagnostic weapon manipulations.
• Conduct weapons transitions while on the move.
• Engage threats using non-standard responses; perform post-shooting assessments and scanning techniques.
• Engage moving threats in stationary and dynamic conditions. (to be determined)

Recommended gear list:

• Tactical carbine (with tactical sling and red dot sight)
• Tactical pistol
• 750 rounds of functional carbine ammunition and 50 rounds of functional pistol ammunition
• 7 carbine magazines minimum
• 5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Training uniform (ball cap and gloves)
• 1st Line gear (rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouches and dump pouch)
• 2nd Line gear (comfortable chest rig capable of holding 5 carbine magazines)
• Multi-tool
• Clear/tinted wrap around ballistic eye and electronic hearing protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication

Course prerequisites:

Combative Carbine, Level Two (CC2) or similar

+Low Light Tactics
Low Light Tactics (LLT)
1 Day (8+ hours) $200.00

Course description:

The Low Light Tactics (LLT) is part of our Proficiency Module program. It is a basic 1-day class that will continue the combative fundamentals forging process for the tactical employment of a pistol during hours of low light or darkness. The student will be provided specialized instruction and structured training drills both live fire and dry specific to the subject. The class is designed to develop correct shooting habits during hours of low light and introduce challenging drills that will improve the student’s basic marksmanship while employing artificial light. Graded evolutions throughout the class provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability.

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Terminal objective:

Upon completion of the Low Light Tactics (LLT) class, the student will successfully qualify with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions using a tactical pistol equipped with iron sights or a mini-red dot sight firing duty ammunition and employing a handheld flashlight.

Enabling objectives:

• Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe weapons handling skills during low light conditions.
• Describe various handheld flashlights and weapon-mounted lights capabilities and characteristics.
• Demonstrate safe operation of the handheld flashlights and weapon-mounted lights in low light settings.
• Illustrate target discrimination process using a handheld flashlights and weapon mounted lights in low light settings.
• Practice preparatory marksmanship training exercises in low light settings.
• Practice ready positions training exercises in low light settings.
• Practice malfunction drills and magazine reloads in low light settings using tactical flashlights and weapon-mounted lights.
• Practice drawstroke training exercises in low light settings.
• Practice shooting while moving training exercises in low light settings.
• Practice multiple threat training exercises in low light settings.

Recommended gear list:

• Tactical pistol
• Weapon mounted light (optional)
• Handheld tactical flashlight
• 750 rounds of functional pistol ammunition
• 5 pistol magazines minimum
• 5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
• Training uniform (ball cap and gloves)
• 1st Line gear (rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouches and dump pouch)
• Multi-tool
• Clear wrap around ballistic eye protection and electronic hearing protection
• Hydration system and energy snacks
• Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication

Course prerequisites:

Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2) or similar

+Combative Edged Weapons
Combative Edged Weapons (CEW)
1 Day (8+ hours) $150.00

Course description:

The Combative Edged Weapons (CEW) is a 1-day course that will introduce the combative fundamentals for the tactical employment of an edged weapon during lethal confrontations. Topics covered include; introduction to the folding knife, safety & training consideration, general legal considerations, choosing a folding knife, carrying, drawing & deploying a folding knife, various grips, basic targeting, introduction to feeder/receiver mindset and TRICON basic 4 count template. Practical evolutions will include the TRICON basic 4-count template from deployed, draw and carry mode. Training partner evolutions will include TRICON basic 4-count template versus static and active role players. The combination of static and active exercises will provide the opportunity to develop the TTP necessary to address the challenges of close quarter lethal confrontations. The final training exercise will test their skills as they conduct scenarios versus an active opponent.

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Terminal objective:

Upon completion of the Combative Edged Weapons (CEW) course the student will:
a. Demonstrate a successful deployment and application of the TRICON basic 4-count template using an inert folding knife trainer in a simulated close quarter lethal confrontation against an active role player to the instructor’s satisfaction.
b. Deliver a first count strike to target number one using inert folding knife training from the carry position within the par time of 2.5 seconds.

Enabling objectives:

• Demonstrate basic knowledge and understanding of the folding knife.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of safety and training considerations.
• Presentation of general legal considerations.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of feeder/receiver mindset.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for choosing a folding knife.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for the various methods of carrying a folding knife.
• Demonstrate practical application for carrying, drawing and deploying the folding knife.
• Demonstrate practical application of the various grips for a folding knife.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for basic targeting of vital organs of the human anatomy.
• Demonstrate practical application of the TRICON basic 4-count template for a folding knife.

Recommended gear list:

• Inert folding knife trainer (left hand carry) *
• Long pants, long sleeve shirt and comfortable street shoes
• Concealed carry rig (sturdy belt, holster and magazine pouch) or First Line Gear
• Inert training pistol (optional)
• Handheld flashlight
• Clear eye protection
• Notebook and pen
• Hydration system and energy snacks

* Inert folding knife trainer is loaned to students for the class.

Course prerequisites:

None