CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

[grid_24] [toggle title=”STANDARD CLASSES”] [tabs] [tabs title=”Combative Pistol 2″] Length: 2 days (16 hours)
Level: Intermediate
Cost: $525.00
Prerequisites: CP1

Class description:

The Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2) is an intermediate class 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 class will progress to more challenging drills increasing the student’s shooting speed and combat marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the class 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 advance.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Combative Pistol, Level Two (CP2) class, the student will successfully qualify using a tactical pistol equipped with iron sights or MRDS firing duty ammunition with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe firearms handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the pistol.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic pistol equipment and individual combat equipment loadout.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety
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 application of the Marksmanship Training Program™
Perform preparatory, basic and combat marksmanship training exercises.
Perform ready positions training exercises.
Perform drawstroke training exercises.
Perform malfunction clearances, combat reloading and ammunition management training exercises.
Perform strong hand only training exercises.
Perform shooting on the move training exercises.
Perform multiple threat training exercises.

Recommended Gear List:

Tactical pistol (weapon light optional)
1,000 rounds of pistol ammunition
5 pistol magazines minimum (9 magazines for single stacks)
5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap (gloves optional)
1st Line gear: rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouch & dump pouch
Handheld flashlight
Multi-tool
Clear wrap around ballistic eye protection
Hearing protection (electronic models recommended)
Hydration system and energy snacks
Firearms cleaning kit and quality lubrication[/tabs] [tabs title=”Combative Pistol 3″] Length: 3 days (24 hours)
Level: Advanced
Cost: $725.00
Prerequisites: CP2

Class description:

The Combative Pistol, Level 3 (CP3) is an advanced 3-day class focused on completing the forging process for the modern gunfighter. It will refine 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 class is largely made up of graded drills that will challenge the student’s shooting speed and combat marksmanship. These graded evolutions throughout the class 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 class 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.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Combative Pistol, Level Three (CP3) class, the student will successfully qualify using a tactical pistol equipped with iron sights or MRDS firing duty ammunition with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe firearms handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the pistol.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic pistol equipment and individual combat equipment loadout.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety
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 external and terminal ballistics.
Demonstrate knowledge and application of the Marksmanship Training Program™
Perform basic and combat marksmanship training exercises.
Perform ready positions 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 strong hand only training exercises.
Perform weak side training exercises.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of field maintenance and small parts breakage issues.

Recommended Gear List:

Tactical pistol (weapon light optional)
2,000 rounds of pistol ammunition
5 pistol magazines minimum (9 magazine minimum for single stack)
5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes, ball cap & gloves
1st Line gear: rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouch & dump pouch
2nd Line gear: load bearing equipment/tactical armor & helmet (if applicable)
Elbow and knee pads
Clear wrap around ballistic eye protection
Hearing protection (electronic models recommended)
Handheld flashlight
Multi-tool
Hydration system and energy snacks
Firearms cleaning kit and quality lubrication
Spare weapons parts and extra batteries[/tabs] [tabs title=”Intro To Concealed Carry”] Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Level: Introduction
Cost: $225.00
Prerequisites: None

Class description:

The Introduction to Concealed Carry (ICC) class is an introductory exposure to the basics of every daily carrying (EDC) of defensive pistols and supporting equipment. The class covers weapon selection, ammunition selection, holster selection and supporting equipment for concealed carry. Emphasis is placed on the correct shooting technique to achieve minimum marksmanship standards. Training drills begin with dry fire evolutions and progress to live fire demonstration of learned skills. Graded evolutions throughout the class provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Introduction to Concealed Carry (ICC) class, the student will successfully draw and reholster using their primary concealment holster and cover garment to the instructor’s satisfaction.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of operations for the modern semi-automatic pistol.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety rules.
Perform preparatory marksmanship training exercises.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for the three levels of concealed carry.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of various clothing requirements and restrictions for concealed carry.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the pro’s & con’s for various types of open top holsters designed for concealed carry.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the pro’s & con’s for various types of inside the waistband holsters designed for concealed carry.
Perform both one and two hand cover garment clearing techniques.
Perform peer review of various concealment techniques.
Perform concealed drawstroke drills from an open top holster.
Perform concealed drawstroke drills from inside the waistband holsters.
Perform reload drills from concealed carry magazine pouches and pocket techniques.

Recommended Gear List:

Semi-automatic pistol 500 rounds minimum of serviceable ammunition
3 pistol magazines minimum (8 for single stacks)
Training uniform; must have the following: Polo/T-shirt,
Concealed carry gear: Sturdy belt, IWB holster, OWB holster, Single and/or double magazine pouch
Clear and tinted ballistic wrap around eye protection and ear protection
Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication
Hydration system and energy snacks[/tabs] [tabs title=”Concealed Carry Tactics”] Length: 2 days (16 hours)
Level: Intermediate
Cost: $525.00
Prerequisites: ICC, ICP or CP1

Class description:

The Concealed Carry Tactics (CCT) is an advanced gun-fighting class that teaches the fundamentals for every daily carrying of defensive pistols and supporting equipment. The class will cover various modes of concealed carry, supporting equipment for concealed carry, warrior mindset, practical training drills that progress from dry fire training to live fire training in the various concealed carry modes. The class will start by revisiting correct fundamental shooting habits and progress to concealed carry modes without compromising shooting speed or combat marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the class provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Concealed Carry Tactics (CCT) class, the student will successfully qualify with a 80% or better using a semi-automatic pistol firing duty ammunition from their primary mode of concealed carry.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of operations for the modern semi-automatic pistol.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of tactical safety procedures.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Warrior Mindset.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Combat Shooting System™.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of anatomical target zones.
Perform preparatory marksmanship training exercises.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for the three levels of concealed carry.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of various clothing requirements and restrictions for concealed carry.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the pro’s & con’s for various types of open top holsters designed for concealed carry.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the pro’s & con’s for various types of inside the waistband holsters designed for concealed carry.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the pro’s & con’s for various types of alternate carry methods and off body carry techniques.
Perform both one and two hand garment clearing techniques.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of contingencies for concealed carry draw.
Perform peer review of various concealment techniques.
Perform concealed drawstroke drills from an open top holster.
Perform concealed drawstroke drills from inside the waistband holsters.
Perform reload drills from concealed carry magazine pouches and pocket techniques.
Perform concealed drawstroke drills for backup pistol or weak side carry holsters.
Perform strong hand only drills from primary concealed carry mode.
Perform low light drills from primary concealed carry mode
Perform shooting on the move drills from primary concealed carry mode.
Perform close contact drills and step back drills from primary concealed carry mode.

Recommended Gear List:

Semi-automatic pistol
1,000 rounds minimum of serviceable ammunition
5 pistol magazines minimum (8 for single stacks)
5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
Backup pistol, optional (100 rounds of serviceable ammunition)
Training uniform; must have the following: Polo/T-shirt, Button-down shirt, Jacket or coat, Sweater or hoodie
Concealed carry gear: Sturdy belt, IWB holster, OWB holster, Single and/or double magazine pouch
Backup pistol holster or carry method (optional)
Butt-pack/fanny pack
Handheld flashlight (with pocket clip)
Clear and tinted ballistic wrap around eye protection and ear protection
Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication
Hydration system and energy snacks[/tabs] [tabs title=”Intro To Combative Shotgun”] Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Level: Introduction
Cost: $225.00
Prerequisites: None

Class description:

The Introduction to the Combative Shotgun (ICS) is an introductory level class on the combative fundamental forging process for the tactical employment of a shotgun in high-risk situations. It will introduce the shotgun core skills through group paced-instruction, and direct supervision of live fire evolutions using low repetitions. The class is structured to teach firearm safety, basic marksmanship and firearm handling skills. Direct supervision and graded evolutions throughout the class guide the student’s skill development, technical deficiencies and overall ability.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Introduction to the Combative Shotgun (ICS) class, the student will demonstrate safe firearms handling using their shotgun to load, unload and safety check to the instructors’ satisfaction.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe firearms handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the pump action and semi-automatic shotgun.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic shotgun equipment to include tactical sling, rifle sights and shell caddy
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Marksmanship Training Program™
Perform preparatory marksmanship training exercises
Perform ready positions training exercises
Perform combat reloading and select slug training exercises

Recommended Gear List:

Pump action or semi-automatic shotgun (.410, 20 gauge or 12 gauge only)
Tactical sling
200 rounds of birdshot ammunition
50 rounds of buckshot
Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap (gloves optional)
Clear wrap around ballistic eye protection
Electronic hearing protection
Hydration system and energy snacks
Weapons cleaning kit: cleaning brush, cleaning rod, bore brush, bore patches, cleaning swabs, cleaning rag, degreaser & lubricant [/tabs] [tabs title=”Combative Shotgun 1″] Length: 2 days (16 hours)
Level: Basic
Cost: $525.00
Prerequisites: None

Class description:

The Combative Shotgun, Level One (CR1) is a basic class that introduces the combative fundamentals forging process for the tactical employment of a shotgun in high-risk situations. It will instruct the shotgun’s core operating skills by balancing direct supervision with moderate repetitions to start forging correct technique. The class will develop correct shooting habits and introduce challenging drills to improve the student’s basic marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the class provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Combative Shotgun, Level One (CS1) class, the student will successfully qualify using a pump action or semi automatic shotgun firing self-defense ammunition with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe firearms handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the shotgun.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic shotgun equipment to include tactical sling, rifle sights, shell caddy and weapon mounted light.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety
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 and basic marksmanship training exercises
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for A, B & C patterning zone.
Perform ready positions training exercises
Perform malfunction clearance, combat reloading and select slug training exercises

Recommended Gear List:

Pump action or semi-automatic shotgun (12 gauge only)
Tactical sling
400 rounds of birdshot ammunition
100 rounds of buckshot
25 rifle slugs
5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap (gloves optional)
1st Line gear: rigid belt, sturdy holster & magazine pouch (dump pouch optional)
Clear wrap around ballistic eye
Electronic hearing protection
Handheld flashlight
Hydration system and energy snacks
Weapons cleaning kit: cleaning brush, cleaning rod, bore brush, bore patches, cleaning swabs, cleaning rag, degreaser & lubricant
[/tabs] [tabs title=”Combative Shotgun 2″] Length: 2 days (24 hours)
Level: Intermediate
Cost: $525.00
Prerequisites: CS1

Class description:

The Combative Shotgun, Level Two (CS2) is an intermediate class focused on hammering out the rough edges to the modern gunfighter. It will instruct the shotgun’s core fighting skills by using full range sessions and high repetitions to continue forging correct technique. The class will progress to more challenging drills increasing the student’s shooting speed and combat marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the class 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 advance.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Combative Shotgun, Level Two (CS2) class, the student will successfully qualify using a tactical semi-automatic or pump action shotgun equipped with rifle sights firing duty ammunition with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe firearms handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the shotgun.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic shotgun equipment and individual combat equipment loadout.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety
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 application of the Marksmanship Training Program™
Perform basic and combat marksmanship training exercises.
Perform shooting position training exercises.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for A, B & C patterning zone.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for proper zeroing procedures
Perform ready positions training exercise
Perform drawstroke training exercises.
Perform malfunction clearances, combat reloading, ammunition management and select slug training exercises
Perform shooting on the move training exercises
Perform multiple threat training exercises

Recommended Gear List:

Pump action or semi-automatic shotgun (12 gauge only)
Tactical sling
200 rounds of birdshot ammunition
200 rounds of buckshot
50 rifle slugs
5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap (gloves optional)
1st Line gear: rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouch & dump pouch
Handheld flashlight
Multi-tool
Clear wrap around ballistic eye
Electronic hearing protection
Hydration system and energy snacks
Firearms cleaning kit and quality lubrication[/tabs] [tabs title=”Intro To Combative Rifle”] Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Level: Introduction
Cost: $225.00
Prerequisites: None

Class description:

The Introduction to the Combative Rifle (ICR) is an introductory level class on the combative fundamental forging process for the tactical employment of a rifle in high-risk situations. It will introduce the rifle core skills through group paced-instruction, and direct supervision of live fire evolutions using low repetitions. The class is structured to teach firearm safety, basic marksmanship and firearm handling skills. Direct supervision and graded evolutions throughout the class guide the student’s skill development, technical deficiencies and overall ability.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Introduction to the Combative Rifle (ICR) class, the student will demonstrate safe firearms handling using their rifle to load, unload and safety check to the instructors’ satisfaction.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe firearms handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the rifle.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic rifle equipment to include sturdy belt, holster and magazine pouches
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Combat Shooting System™
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Marksmanship Training Program™
Perform preparatory marksmanship training exercises
Perform ready positions training exercises
Perform combat reloading training exercises

Recommended Gear List:

Semi-automatic M4/AR15 type rifle (5.56m caliber only)
Tactical/adjustable sling
200 rounds of rifle ammunition
3 rifle magazines minimum
Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap (gloves optional)
1st Line gear: rigid belt, sturdy holster & magazine pouch (dump pouch optional)
Clear wrap around ballistic eye protection
Electronic hearing protection
Hydration system and energy snacks
Weapons cleaning kit: cleaning brush, cleaning rod, bore brush, bore patches, cleaning swabs, cleaning rag, degreaser & lubricant[/tabs] [tabs title=”Combative Rifle 1″] Length: 2 days (16 hours)
Level: Basic
Cost: $525.00
Prerequisites: None

Class description:

The Combative Rifle, Level One (CR1) is a basic class that introduces the combative fundamentals forging process for the tactical employment of a rifle in high-risk situations. It will instruct the rifle’s core operating skills by balancing direct supervision with moderate repetitions to start forging correct technique. The class will develop correct shooting habits and introduce challenging drills to improve the student’s basic marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the class provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Combative Rifle, Level One (CR1) class, the student will successfully qualify using a tactical rifle equipped with a red dot sight or iron sights firing self-defense ammunition with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe firearms handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the rifle.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic rifle equipment to include tactical sling, red dot sights and weapon-mounted light.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety
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

Recommended Gear List:

Semi-automatic M4/AR15 type rifle (5.56m caliber only)
Tactical/adjustable sling
1,000 rounds of rifle ammunition
5 rifle magazines minimum
5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap (gloves optional)
1st Line gear: rigid belt, sturdy holster & magazine pouch (dump pouch optional)
Clear wrap around ballistic eye
Electronic hearing protection
Handheld flashlight
Hydration system and energy snacks
Weapons cleaning kit: cleaning brush, cleaning rod, bore brush, bore patches, cleaning swabs, cleaning rag, degreaser & lubricant
[/tabs] [tabs title=”Combative Rifle 2″] Length: 2 days (24 hours)
Level: Intermediate
Cost: $525.00
Prerequisites: CR1

Class description:

The Combative Rifle, Level Two (CR2) is an intermediate class focused on hammering out the rough edges to the modern gunfighter. It will instruct the rifle’s core fighting skills by using full range sessions and high repetitions to continue forging correct technique. The class will progress to more challenging drills increasing the student’s shooting speed and combat marksmanship. Graded evolutions throughout the class 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 advance.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Combative Rifle, Level Two (CP2) class, the student will successfully qualify using a tactical rifle equipped with red dot sights firing duty ammunition with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe firearms handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the rifle.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic rifle equipment and individual combat equipment loadout.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety
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 application of the Marksmanship Training Program™
Perform preparatory, basic and combat marksmanship training exercises.
Perform shooting position training exercises.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for proper zeroing procedures
Perform ready positions training exercise
Perform drawstroke training exercises.
Perform malfunction clearances, combat reloading and ammunition management training exercises
Perform shooting on the move training exercises
Perform multiple threat training exercises

Recommended Gear List:

Semi-automatic M4/AR15 type rifle (5.56m caliber only)
Tactical/adjustable sling
1,000 rounds of rifle ammunition
5 rifle magazines minimum
5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap (gloves optional)
1st Line gear: rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouch & dump pouch
Handheld flashlight
Multi-tool
Clear wrap around ballistic eye
Electronic hearing protection
Hydration system and energy snacks
Firearms cleaning kit and quality lubrication[/tabs] [tabs title=”Combative Rifle 3″] Length: 3 days (24 hours)
Level: Advanced
Cost: $725.00
Prerequisites: CR2

Class description:

The Combative Rifle, Level 3 (CP3) is an advanced class focused on completing the forging process for the modern gunfighter. It will refine the rifle’s core fighting skills by using extensive range sessions and maximum repetitions honing the student’s skills to a razor’s edge. The class is largely made up of graded drills that will challenge the student’s shooting speed and combat marksmanship. These graded evolutions throughout the class 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 class 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.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Combative Rifle, Level Three (CP3) class, the student will successfully qualify using a tactical rifle equipped with red dot sight firing duty ammunition with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge and application of safe firearms handling skills
Demonstrate knowledge and application of nomenclature and manual of arms for the rifle.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic rifle equipment and individual combat equipment loadout.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearm safety
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 external and terminal ballistics.
Demonstrate knowledge and application of the Marksmanship Training Program™
Perform basic and combat marksmanship training exercises
Perform shooting position training exercises.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for proper zeroing procedures
Perform ready positions 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
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of field maintenance and small parts breakage issues.

Recommended Gear List:

Semi-automatic M4/AR15 type rifle (5.56m caliber only)
Tactical/adjustable sling
2,000 rounds of rifle ammunition
5 rifle magazines minimum (9 magazine minimum for single stack)
5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
Training uniform; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes, ball cap & gloves
1st Line gear: rigid belt, sturdy holster, magazine pouch & dump pouch
2nd Line gear: load bearing equipment/tactical armor & helmet (if applicable)
Elbow and knee pads
Clear wrap around ballistic eye
Electronic hearing protection
Handheld flashlight
Multi-tool
Hydration system and energy snacks
Firearms cleaning kit and quality lubrication
Spare weapons parts and extra batteries[/tabs] [/toggle] [/grid_24] [clear] [grid_24] [su_accordion] [su_spoiler title=”SPECIALTY CLASSES”] [su_tabs] [su_tab title=”Strong Hand Only”] Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Level: Basic
Cost: $225.00
Prerequisites: CP1

Class description:
The Strong Hand Only (SHO) is part of our Proficiency Module program. It is an intermediate 1-day class that will continue the combative fundamentals forging process for the tactical employment of a pistol using strong hand only, weak hand only and weak side techniques. 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 and introduce challenging drills that will improve the student’s basic marksmanship using only one hand. Graded evolutions throughout the class provide instant feedback to the student on skill development, technique deficiencies and overall ability.
Terminal Objectives:
Upon completion of the Strong Hand Only (SHO) class, the student will successfully qualify 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 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 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

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 optional)
Handheld flashlight and or a weapon mounted light
Clear wrap around ballistic eye and hearing protection
Hydration system and energy snacks
Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubricant [/su_tab] [su_tab title=”Shooting on the Move (Pistol)”] Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Level: Basic
Cost: $225
Prerequisites: CP1

Class 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.
Terminal Objectives:
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
500 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[/su_tab] [su_tab title=”Shooting on the Move (Rifle)”] Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Level: Basic
Cost: $225.00
Prerequisites: CR1

Class description:
The Shooting on the Move, Rifle (SMR) class is designed to create a mobile firing platform for those who have developed effective and aggressive shooting skills with their pistol and rifle 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.
Terminal Objectives:
Upon completion of the Shooting on the Move, Rifle 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)
Successfully complete the Shooting on the Move standards test

Recommended Gear List:
Tactical carbine (with tactical sling and red dot sight)
Tactical pistol
500 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[/su_tab] [su_tab title=”Low Light Pistol”] Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Level: Basic
Cost: $225.00
Prerequisites: CP1

Class description:
The Low Light Pistol (LLP) is a 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 dry and live fire specific to the subject. The class is designed to develop correct shooting habits during hours of low light and introduce challenging drills to 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.
Terminal Objectives:
Upon completion of the Low Light Pistol (LLP) 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 and/or weapon mounted light.
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
500 rounds of 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[/su_tab] [su_tab title=”Low Light Rifle”] Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Level: Basic
Cost: $225.00
Prerequisites: CR1

Class description:
The Low Light Rifle (LLR) is a 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 dry and live fire specific to the subject. The class is designed to develop correct shooting habits during hours of low light and introduce challenging drills to 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.
Terminal Objectives:
Upon completion of the Low Light Rifle (LLR) class, the student will successfully qualify with an 80% or better on all graded evolutions using a tactical rifle equipped with a red dot sight firing duty ammunition and employing weapon mounted light and/or 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 carbine (with tactical sling and red dot sight)
Tactical pistol
Weapon mounted light (optional)
Handheld tactical flashlight
500 rounds of rifle 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[/su_tab] [su_tab title=”Multiple Threat Tactics”] Length: 2 days (16 hours)
Level: Intermediate
Cost: $525.00
Prerequisites: CP2

Class description:

Multiple Threat Tactics (MTT) is an advanced gun-fighting class that exposes students the dangers and challenges of facing multiple threats. The class discusses theories and principles as it relates to managing more than one opponent. The class begins with live fire training to review principles progressing to force-on-force modules designed to incrementally challenge student’s ability to manage zone control when possible and weapon control when necessary. Each module is debriefed and performance objected reviewed and remediated when necessary before proceeding to the next module.

Terminal Objectives:

Upon completion of the Multiple Threat Tactics (MTT) class, the student will successfully negotiate a multiple threat encounter using zone and weapon control principles to the instructor’s satisfaction.

Enabling Objectives:

Demonstrate safe weapons handling skills, nomenclature and manual of operations for the modern semi-automatic pistol.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of firearms safety procedures.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Warrior Mindset.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of anatomical target zones.
Demonstrate knowledge and practical application of zone and weapon control
Demonstrate knowledge and practical application of combat shooting skills.
Demonstrate knowledge and practical application of threat prioritization
Demonstrate knowledge and practical application of movement and maneuvering
Demonstrate knowledge and practical application of primary and secondary scans
Demonstrate knowledge and practical application of terrain management and exploitation

Recommended Gear List:
Tactical pistol
Weapon mounted light (optional)
Handheld tactical flashlight
250 rounds of pistol ammunition
5 pistol magazines minimum
5 inert training rounds (no A-Zooms)
Training uniform, long pants, long sleeve shirt, groin protector, gloves and hat
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[/su_tab] [su_tab title=”Advanced Edged Weapons”] Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Level: Advanced
Cost: $225.00
Prerequisites: BEW

Class description:
The Advanced Edged Weapons (AEW) will refine the combative fundamentals for the tactical employment of an edged weapon during lethal confrontations. The student will continue to hone their skills from BEW class while adding additional subjects such as fixed blades, multiple weapons scenarios, multiple threat scenarios and contingencies. 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. Live fire evolutions for blade to firearm and firearm to blade will be practiced and performed. Final training exercise culminates with live blade strikes followed by live fire from the primary firearm.
Terminal Objectives:
Upon completion of the Advance Edged Weapons (AEW) course the student will:
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.
Deliver a first count strike to target number one using live fixed blade knife from the carry position then deliver close contact shots from the primary firearm within the par time of 5.5 seconds.
Enabling Objectives:
Upon completion of this program 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 knowledge and practical application of the folding knife.
Demonstrate knowledge and practical application of a fixed blade knife.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of safety and training considerations.
Demonstrate practical application for carrying, drawing and deploying the folding and fixed blade 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 fixed blade knife.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for multiple weapon deployment
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding for live fire considerations with a live blade
Demonstrate live fire drills transitioning from live blades to live firearms and from live firearms to live blades.

Recommended Gear List:
Inert folding knife trainer
Inert fixed blade knife trainer
Inert training pistol
Primary carry firearm
300 rounds of pistol ammunition
3-5 pistol magazines
Long pants, long sleeve shirt and comfortable street shoes
Concealed carry rig (sturdy belt, holster and magazine pouch) or First Line Gear
Handheld flashlight
Clear wrap around ballistic eye protection and electronic hearing protection
Notebook and pen
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