Tactical Application Pistol: Level Two
IMPORTANT CLARIFICATION regarding TAP-2 prerequisite training: the required Basic Pistol training (TAP-1) can be fulfilled with any of our Level One Pistol classes, including TAP-1, Ladies Only Pistol 1, and ACHP (Alaska Concealed Handgun Permit). If you have questions about the class or requirements, please feel free to reach out to us. Thank you!
“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 simulated-stress firing drills.
***This is not a beginner-level class. Tactical Application Pistol: Level One (including ACHP and Ladies Only Pistol) is a prerequisite for all applicants.
Cost: TAP-2 $180 or Combined TAP-2 & 3 $325
Date: Saturday, September 11 2021 (Combined TAP-2 & 3 will be on Saturday and Sunday, September 11 and 12 2021)
What to bring:
- Functional semi-automatic pistol, preferably full-size or compact pistol, with at least three magazines.
*Revolvers and subcompact pistols are permitted, but not recommended for this course. Revolvers will come with at least 3 speed loaders or speed strips, in pouches of some kind.
*MINIMUM CALIBER: 380 AUTO
*NO rimfire. (22 long rifle, 22 magnum, etc.)
- Kydex (rigid synthetic) or leather holster with full trigger guard coverage, made for your firearm.
*NO: Shoulder, cross-draw, small of the back, or ankle holsters.
- Magazine pouch.
*For more information on holsters and magazine pouches, see our video, “Holsters and Mag Pouches”
- Eye protection
- Ear protection (electronic preferred; mandatory if you are hard of hearing)
- Brimmed hat or baseball cap (to keep brass from getting behind eye protection)
- Sunscreen/bug dope/layered clothing appropriate for Alaskan weather
- Long pants with pockets
- Closed toe shoes/boots
- Folding camp chair (recommended)
- Plenty of water, snacks, etc.
- Hand wipes/sanitizer
- Packed lunch
- Estimated Ammo Count: 250 rounds, FMJ or frangible recommended
*Reloaded ammo may be fired at the operator’s own risk.
*Conventional lead core or frangible bullets only.
*ABSOLUTELY NO: armor piercing, incendiary, tracers, green tip, etc. These rounds can damage or ricochet off our AR500 targets, potentially causing injury.
- In order to take this class, you must be a citizen of the United States, not legally prohibited from possessing a firearm or ammunition, and at least 16 years of age. Minors under 18 years of age must present a signed consent from a parent or legal guardian.