Tactical Application Rifle: Level Two
(“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.
Students 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.
***This is not a beginner-level class. Tactical Application Rifle: Level One or equivalent tactical rifle training is a prerequisite for all applicants. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Date: Saturday, August 21 2021 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: SnowShoe Gun Club
*All CFTT classes at SnowShoe Gun Club are now open to members of the public. Non-members of the Gun Club attending a course hosted by SGC will pay a $75 range use fee, which can be credited toward a same-year membership. Special thanks to the SnowShoe Gun Club board of directors, for providing us with this exciting expanded opportunity to serve the community.
For more information about the Kenai Peninsula’s premier shooting venue and membership, visit: Snowshoegunclub.com
What to Bring:
- Functional AR-15 or AK-47 pattern rifle (preferred), with at least three magazines.
*Other centerfire rifles or carbines of .22 caliber or greater are permitted for this course, (including pistol-caliber carbines) however the majority of training and mechanics will be focused on the operation of the AR-15/M-16/M4 weapon system.
*If you wish to use an optic, you may use a quick-detach mount and folding backup iron sights or offset iron sights, but your rifle should have a set of sights, not just an optic.
*No rimfire cartridges.
- One- or two-point adjustable sling.
*For more information about rifle slings, please see our video “Rifle Slings”
- Magazine pouches, bandoleers, stock ammo carriers, or some practical method of ready-accessible ammunition for your rifle.
- 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)
- Shooting Gloves (strongly recommended)
- Knee and/or elbow pads (Optional, but recommended)
- Sunscreen/bug dope/layered clothing appropriate for Alaskan weather
- Long pants with pockets
- Closed toe shoes/boots
- Folding camp chair (recommended)
- Shooting mat or blanket (optional)
- Plenty of water, snacks, etc.
- Hand wipes/sanitizer
- Packed lunch
- Estimated Ammo Count: 400 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 parental consent.