***THE NEXT TACTICAL PISTOL COURSE WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY JULY 29TH, 2018 @ 130PM at RAINBOW RANGE AND GUN CLUB***
Tactical Pistol Course
A fluid evolution, consisting of rapid fire, stress drills, shooting on the move, addressing multiple threats, and speed reloading. *Steel, and reactive steel targets are utilized.
The goal of this course is to familiarize you with shooting under stress, and improve your overall speed and maneuverability under fire. To achieve this, we take key military and law enforcement tactics, and integrate them to formulate a hybrid of tactical pistol techniques.
is what separates overly conservative and static training, with aggressive and dynamic real world training. The Tactical Pistol Course is not an indoor static course. Indoor ranges provide no training value beyond practicing basic marksmanship fundamentals.
This course is structured as a 360 environment, with movement in all directions. Though safety is always the priority, beyond safety, the goal of this course is advancement and confidence in operating your firearm. To develop these skills, you will shoot and move under stress, against multiple threats, and to and from points of cover.
provide a phenomenal amount of training value. When your shots impact steel, you receive instant visual and audible feedback of your hits. Most significant is the audible feedback, as we generally do not spot shots during stress and timed shooting. Hearing the audible “tink” with impacts lets you know you made hits, while you move behind cover, or advance on other threats.
Beyond the training value provided by steel targets, they are a lot of fun to shoot (we conduct limited training with paper targets).
elevates training with steel targets to the next level. In addition to the visual and audible feedback that steel provides, the reactive steel adds another layer of physically reacting to impacts. We conduct drills utilizing reactive steel to build speed with several components of your shooting. Speed shooting, target acquisition, shifting targets, and speed reloading are areas that develop exponentially in a short period of time by training with reactive steel.