APRIL 6th, 2019 – Calverton NY
1 Day Urban Combat Carbine Course – $250.00 per shooter
Course is FULL
deposit of $125.00 due when you register
NOTE: This is NOT a static shooting course. Unless you are taking our Intro to the M4/AR15 weapon system, you need a good working knowledge of the AR15 weapon system to take this course. This is NOT a beginner/new shooter class, you will be moving, running, you will get dirty and your rifle will need a good cleaning after. Absolutely NO FIXED Mag Rifles, we welcome all civilian NY Complaint Rifles with Detachable Mags
Course Dates Coming Soon for TacMed
2 Day TCCC/Carbine Course – $600.00 per shooter
Deposit of $275 due when you register
Day 1 – Live fire carbine drills
Day 2 – TCCC Care classroom followed by live fire scenarios
Prerequisite (Carbine 1 or similar)
Tac Med 4 hour classroom only available – cost $60.00
Private group rates available – minimum 12 shooters – maximum 18
Deposit due when you register, balance due day of the course
NOTE: This is NOT a static shooting course, you need a good working knowledge of the AR15 weapon system to take this course. This is NOT a beginner/new shooter class, you will be moving, running, you will get dirty and your rifle will need a good cleaning after.
Location: Calverton Shooting Range 395 Nugent Drive, Calverton
Hours 9:00am – 5:00pm
Contact us or Call Jackson 631-902-0972 to register – these courses will fill up quick. Deposit due when you register -cash, check, money order or PayPal. Refund Policy Cancellations made less than 30 Days Prior to Training : Any and all deposits or payments are non-refundable, but Credit can be put towards future training. Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to course, any and all payments will be forfeited.
* Transitioning to sidearm (LE Only – course dependent)
Ammo Restrictions for shooting steel targets
NO ARMOR PIECRING, XM193, 855, GREEN TIP, STEEL CORE, OR FULL COPPER (must be safe for steel) NO steel/copper (bimetal jacket). The usual culprits will also have a steel case instead of brass.
Check the tip with a magnet if you are unsure.