Review of Training from Tac Pro Shooting Center

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Review of Training from Tac Pro Shooting Center


Post by Paladin » Tue Feb 27, 2007 4:18 pm

A buddy of mine just got deployed to Afghanistan. He's been in the reserves for quite some time, but I ragged on him enough that he finally went out to get some private training. ;-) He took a class from Bill Davison of Tac Pro in January.

My buddy's review:

"The private course that I took was worth the time and money spent. It was ~1300 dollars for four days and as frugal(cheap) as I am... it was worth every penny. It involved over about 1200 rounds of 9mm amunition, 1000 rounds of 5.56mm amunition(1/4 of it fired in the full auto training), and about 200 rounds of 9mm simunitions. By the end I was shooting 8 inch targets with a pistol and 80 yards, particpated in simulated firefights lasting 6 plus minutes, practiced coordinating fire while under fire(using simunitions), and completed several rounds of instruction on the jungle run/heavily forested pop up target run."

Anyway, if anybody else out there is up for deployment, you may want to check this out.
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Post by fm2 » Tue Feb 27, 2007 4:56 pm

Sounds like money well spent.

Here's a brief bio. from the news page

Bill Davison is imminently qualified to teach weaponcraft to civilians, law enforcement officers and the military. He is a veteran of the Royal Marine Special Boat Service, the British equivalent of the US Navy SEALS, and has taught and used firearms for more than 20 years, including action in Northern Ireland.

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Post by casselthief » Tue Feb 27, 2007 5:35 pm

you think you could get an education write off, as a soldier/reservist.
might be more of an incentive for folks to think about it!

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Post by Vol Texan » Sun Jan 11, 2015 1:44 am

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Re: Review of Training from Tac Pro Shooting Center


Post by LTUME1978 » Sun Jan 11, 2015 2:07 pm

Another place to get training is CSAT. Paul Howe was career military with 10 years in Delta. He has a class that is limited to military/law enforcement as well as a lot of other great classes that civilians can take. You will never see his ego while at the class and he is a great instructor. I have taken two classes with him and am signed up for two more the first half of this year. If I can get this tired, old body in good enough shape to meet the physical requirements, I also want to take his new class - Urban Defense.

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