(3 days / 24 hours)

     This course is designed for law enforcement, correctional, armed security, and military personnel.  The course and its various courses of fire focus on techniques that have a broad array of applications for the rifle or carbine including patrol operations, emergency response, close quarters deployment, and intermediate to long range applications.  The course will include shooting with a sling, shooting from various positions, effects of weather, leads, tactical applications, safety, maintenance, and liability.  Students will engage single and multiple targets both stationary and moving.  The course is designed to provide a high degree of operator development concentration on those areas that will enable the professional to respond to acts of aggression in a relevant, appropriate and legally defensible manner.
This course is limited to current law enforcement officers, private security specialists and military personnel.
  • Tactical weapons handling and safety
  • Tactical shooting techniques
  • Tactical operational skills
  • Unconventional shooting position techniques
  • Fundamentals of tactical and precision shooting
  • Transition exercises from rifle/carbine to handgun
  • Proper zeroing procedures
  • Selection and utilization of cover and concealment
  • Operational tactics (vehicle assaults)
  • Reduced light operations
Equipment Requirements:
  • 250 rounds of ball ammunition for handgun (duty handgun)
  • 1000 rounds of appropriate caliber rifle or carbine ammunition (rifle or carbine)
  • 3 point sling on long gun
  • Ballistic vest/outer carrier if possible
  • Eye protection
  • Hearing protection
  • Ball cap or other billed cap
  • Flashlight with functional bulb and batteries
TCTI will provide:
  • Instructor(s) for the course as described
  • Handouts for students: course outline, miscellaneous pertinent information regarding course material
  • Class roster, diplomas for each student attending and successfully completing course requirements
  • Notification to appropriate state authority as to students completion of course requirements