And for the remainder of 2020, we are offering all of our students a “BI20” (Bring it, 2020) $50 discount on firearms classes. Check out the details here:
This 12-hour class integrates the basic mindset, tactics, and skills trained in Tactical Application Pistol: Level One with the legal education and proficiency evaluations required by the Alaska Administrative Code for applicants for the ACHP. It includes discussions of Alaska Law, Handgun Selection, and an introduction to every day carry (EDC) options for those new to the world of concealed carry. The ACHP is honored in 38 states, and is NICS exempt for firearms purchases.
We’ve gotten many requests for a ladies-only pistol class. This level 1 class will include all the same essential course information from our TAP-1 class, tailored toward women.
“TAP-One” is a beginner level pistol class that grounds handgun shooters in fundamental concepts of safe, competent gun-handling, marksmanship, and range etiquette. It also introduces basic mindset and tactics: training the mind to predict and avoid or address violent encounters competently and responsibly.
“TAP-Two” builds on the foundation laid down in TAP-One, refreshing students on safety and the fundamentals of marksmanship, before bridging the gap between shooting and gunfighting.
Students will participate in hands-on tactical exercises integrating tactics with skills as they learn to draw from concealment, shoot on the move, engage at extreme close-quarters (weapon retention), and fight from various orthodox and unorthodox physical positions. Shooters will practice the logic and mechanics of engaging multiple threats, and participate in mild simulated-stress firing drills.
“TAR-One” is a beginner level rifle/carbine class that introduces rifle shooters to concepts of safety and competency while deploying a rifle defensively, along with essential principles of mindset and tactics that form the foundation for good gunfighters, not just good shooters.
“TAR-Two” takes the skills taught in TAR-One to the next level of tactical shooting. Students will review the fundamentals, and apply them in a practical evolution from principles of marksmanship and basic skills to using a rifle in a fight .
They will learn and practice intermediate to advanced techniques of tactical carry and deployment of rifles, use of cover, shooting on the move, weapon retention, and positional shooting. Students will train to engage multiple targets and be challenged in simulated-stress firing drills.
MIVCAT is a nine-hour, two-module class that focuses on basic medical response to traumatic injuries, as well as basic tactics for avoiding, surviving, and defeating ambushes and other attacks in and around vehicles. It is an intense, information-packed, hands-on class that will challenge your skills and decision-making ability.