Gallup, New Mexico Patrol Rifle Tac Pistol 2-Day Class

Day: 1

Equipment:

Patrol rifle with sling

3 rifle magazines

Vest or belt pouches for 2 extra magazines

300-350 rifle rounds

Baseball cap

Elbow and knee pads optional

Eye and ear protection

Water

Folding chair

Course Outline:

Safety brief

Rifle set-up

Malfunction clearances

Shooting positions prone to standing

Multiple target engagements

Two person and small team engagements (movement, shoot-no shoot, multiple targets)

Day: 2

Equipment:

Pistol

3 pistol magazines

Duty belt with holster and double magazine pouch or sturdy belt, holster and double magazine pouch

200-250 pistol rounds

3 rifle magazines

Vest or belt pouches for 2 extra magazines

Baseball cap

Elbow and knee pads optional

Eye and ear protection

Water

Folding chair

Course Outline:

Safety brief

Pistol basic (refresher)

Pistol malfunction clearance

CQB pistol techniques

Shooting from unconventional positions (pistol)

Multiple target engagement (pistol)

Transitions (rifle-pistol)

Drills (rifle-pistol)

Lots of drills using cardboard and steel targets. Training is perfect for patrol response to active shooter/patrol events. Focus will be on 25 yards and in.

Instructor Aaron Warren is a California POST certified Firearms and Patrol rifle instructor. 15 years law enforcement instructor experience including 7 years as a District Training Lieutenant

Instructor Robert Trujillo is a California POST certified Firearms instructor and is an active duty police officer with 13 years of experience

If you have any questions about this class email us at wtactraining@gmail.com

To enroll and pay for you spot in the class use paypal.me/wtactraining pay $110 and under notes include class name and date. you will receive a detailed class schedule, equipment list and location information.

If you or your Agency needs to send a check:

Make payable to WTAC Training and send to 1202 Maywood Lane, Martinez California 94553

Must arrive 2 weeks prior to class.

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