Explore Our Tactical Training Ranges
A.T.A.C. is home to a variety of custom-built ranges to help simulate real-world scenarios to prepare you for the most common tactical defense situations.
The Flat Range introduces our guests to A.T.A.C.s firearms, equipment, tactics and safety procedures. You will start from a seated position learning the fundamentals of the firearm to include magazine changes and clearing malfunctions.
The ATAC flat range is a tactical flat range to teach our Mixed Tactical Art (MTA). You will learn to shoot from the standing and kneeling positions behind cover and moving while shooting from the last covered position.
The course exercises your dexterity in using both hands equally to operate the firearm. The flat range pairs you with another shooter to learn how to shoot, move and communicate as a team.
Imagine walking down a small street or in a parking lot when an armed altercation erupts. The range allows you to move, with your partner, through eight vehicles. You and your partner will use the vehicles as both cover and concealment while firing at fully clothed human forms set in the open and behind cover.
Imagine being on a school campus, mall, movie theater or an office complex when an armed altercation takes place. This Partition Course builds upon the Flat Range team movement techniques. The team will learn to enter, defend from within, and move between structures, negotiating doors, while firing at fully clothed human forms.
Under Vehicle Shot
Imagine being caught in an open area or parking lot with the vehicle as the only source of protection to defend against an active shooter. This block of instruction uses the differences between a vehicles cover versus concealment areas.
The training incorporates a practical shooting exercise in how to return fire using the belly of the vehicle as low concealment and the wheels as cover. The training reveals the challenges of magazine changes and the flexibility required to get into a proper position and how to defend from it.
Imagine yourself at the mercy of an armed aggressor driven by road rage, or an attempted car jacking. Good people don’t typically have the luxury of determining the time and place of the armed encounter.
You have no escape option, your vehicle has been disabled or trapped by the environment. You have seconds or less to defend yourself from the violent criminal assault protecting yourself and or loved ones in the car with you.
The course exposes you to the environment inside a vehicle from discharging rounds through the front and back glass as an emergency action measure.
Imagine being in an office building, a church, mall or apartment complex when an active shooter erupts. As you proceed through each door the rooms open to different and more complex situation.
You will move through 9 different room configurations experiencing hallways, intersections and 27 doors.
Staying true to the old training axiom that your body can’t go where your mind has never been; responsible training must recreate the environment that one may find themselves in.
Imagine being in a traffic jam or a parking lot when an armed altercation develops. The range teaches you and your partner how to defend from within a vehicle against threats at 360 degrees.
You will be introduced to techniques and procedures requiring you to maneuver a firearm inside a car full of loved ones. The course also teaches procedures in how to efficiently but tactically evacuate the vehicle while using the vehicle as both cover and concealment.
Imagine receiving a text from a loved one inside your home during a break in. There is now an intruder in your home, your loved ones are laying on the floor in the bedroom. You stand at your front door with a firearm in hand.
What you do next is a matter of life and death. The next move is yours and hopefully you are bringing more options to the table than a concealed carry class provided or what you learned at a indoor shooting range.
Dealing with a hostage rescue onto a school bus with a firearm is not the purpose of the training. We do not expect that you will ever be in a situation like that.
The school bus allows us to remove light from the equation to familiarize you with gun lights and a laser. There are a few more teaching points engineered into the school bus that are environmental and must come unexpected to gain the full value of the training.
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