NOTE: These are NOT static shooting courses. For 2021 we will be offering 3 different courses from beginner to advanced. All courses are 2 days and are held at the Lewistown PA range.
ABC (advanced beginner course) You need to know the basics of operation of the weapon system and safety rules for this course. will take you from a beginner shooter to a confident operator of the weapon system. You will be running barricades, moving and shooting, clearing malfunctions and shooting from various positions (night/ low light shoot included).
UCC Urban Combat course is and intermediate course, meaning you will need a good working knowledge of the AR15 weapon system. It is fast paced, and geared towards fighting in urban areas (night / low light shoot included).
TacMed course is an advanced course that will include a lot of moving parts, you will be moving, running, applying tourniquets under fire, bounding with other shooters and more. The TacMed course includes a classroom portion that will brief you on tactical medic skills and stop the bleed. All of our courses require you to be physically fit, you will be shooting from various positions including kneeling, prone, and moving and shooting. You and your rifle will get dirty. Weapon mounted light, sling and iron sights are required for all of our carbine courses.
Contact us or Call Jackson 631-902-0972 to register – these courses will fill up quick. Deposit due when you register -cash, check, or money order. Refund Policy Cancellations made less than 30 Days Prior to Training : Any and all deposits or payments are non-refundable, and will be forfeited. Cancellations made less than 30 days prior to training, any and all deposits or payments can be refunded or put towards an open upcoming course.
* 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.