Course Descriptions

 

As our course schedule is constantly changing, for the most current, up to date classes...please refer to our Training/Calendar section. Our most common courses will be listed on this page, so please visit us often for updates....

Combined Tactical Pistol/Carbine

Combined Tactical Pistol & Carbine. (1-day)

COURSE OBJECTIVES: This course is designed for those who possess a legal Carbine or short barreled rifle (SBR) who desire professional instruction in carbine marksmanship and use as well as the use of the pistol as a backup. The Pistol/Carbine course promotes the fundamentals of pistol and rifle marksmanship, weapon set up (slings, optics, lights), weapon characteristics and employment techniques.  This course is not limited to the AR platform!  The AK series, M1 Carbine, Mini-14 and like systems are welcome!

 

Students will participate in both classroom and live-fire instruction.  Safety, stance, movement drills, reloads, weapons system characteristics, proper iron sight/optics grouping & zero procedures, transition drills and rifle set-up will be stressed.  Live fire drills will consist of various basic through intermediate shooting evolutions. Students will learn to engage targets from various positions and ranges while performing instructed techniques. This is a great course for those that want to learn proper weapons use and employment techniques in a professional and fun environment.

 

COURSE PREREQUISITES / REQUIREMENTS: Student must possess adequate fitness levels as this course involves light running, standing for prolonged periods, kneeling and other stressing exercises.

 

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:

Carbine style weapon system (with or without optics)

200 rounds of ball carbine ammunition

Carbine magazines (minimum of 3)

Pistol (auto or revolver)

100 rounds of ball pistol ammunition

Belt, holster, mag pouch and two magazines

Wrap around eye protection / Hearing protection

Appropriate attire

Optional:  knee & elbow pads, body armor, helmet or any other tactical gear that you may wish to use (if applicable))

Weapons cleaning kit

 

SCHEDULE & TUITION:  TBA.  $100.00 per student Minimum number of students: 4

For additional information contact Brian at 486-2336.

 

 

 

 

Tactical Shotgun

TTI. will be conducting a basic Tactical Shotgun training course at the Grizzly Rock Ranch Range facility on TBA.  Course will begin at 0900 and will be completed around 1600 hrs.  The course is designed to provide the students with the skills and experiences required to safely and successfully employ the shotgun in a defensive situation.  The following firearms training topics will be covered:

 

  • Firearms training safety rules review.

  • Principals of personal & home defense.

  • Shotgun deployment methodology and concepts.

  • Mental conditioning and combat mindset.

  • Fundamentals of shotgun shooting.

  • Stance and recoil management.

  • Loading / unloading and press checking the shotgun.

  • Use of the tactical sling.

  • Presentation from ready positions (low ready, high ready).

  • Combat gun-handling skills.

  • Moving off the line of force.

  • Threat assessment and area scanning.

  • Avoidance of Tunnel Vision

  • Ballistics

  • Ammunition management and reloading techniques.

  • Shot patterning and effective distances.

  • Use of slugs.

  • Transition to secondary weapon system.

  • Malfunction and stoppage drills.

  • Multiple threat engagement.

  • Engaging threats during continuous movement.

  • Fighting with the shotgun at CQB distances.

  • Drugged assailant and body armor defeating drills.

  • Tactical speed shooting concepts.

  • Weapon retention issues.

  • Shotgun manipulation standard drill test & evaluation.

Course duration: 1-day (8 hours)

Course tuition: $80.00

Course student limit: 10

 

Student requirements:  Note pad and pen, eye protection, ear protection, baseball type cap, belt with holster and magazine carriers, pistol with at least 2 magazines, 12 gauge pump action or semi-automatic shotgun with rifle sights or ghost ring sights, shotgun shell pouch and tactical sling. The tactical sling must allow the shotgun to hang freely in front of the shooter.   Body armor is optional.  Red dot sights and holographic sights will not be used or addressed in this class.

 

Ammunition requirements: 150 birdshot (recommend #7), 50 rounds of buckshot (#4 through 000 allowed), 20 rounds of slug and 50 rounds of handgun ammunition. 

 

For additional information please contact Brian at (307) 486-2336.  

 

 

 

G3 (A Guy, A Girl and A Gun)

A Guy, A Girl and A Gun.  Couples defensive pistol.  1300-1800 hrs.  After personalized defensive pistol live-fire instruction and shooting with former Green Beret and international tactical training instructor Brian Bewley, settle down to a romantic dinner, music and a bottle of wine at the Grizzly Rock Ranch Messhall & Sunset Bar.  No experience necessary.  Bring your own firearms and ammunition or you can rent firearms and purchase ammunition from our on-site pro-shop.  A certificate of completion will be provided to each participant that meets the minimum training standards for issuance of the Wyoming Concealed Firearms Permit (Wyoming Residents only).  Reservations required for this event!

 

Training Duration: 5 hrs.

Cost per Couple:  $100.00 (not inclusive of firearms/ammo)

Max Participation:  4 couples (8 participants)

 

 

 

 

 

Tactical Carbine

Tactical Carbine. (1-day)

COURSE OBJECTIVES: This course is designed for those who possess a legal Carbine or short barreled rifle (SBR) who desire professional instruction in carbine marksmanship and use as well as tactical applications. The Carbine course promotes the fundamentals of rifle marksmanship, weapon set up (slings, optics, lights), weapon characteristics and employment techniques.  This course is not limited to the AR platform!  The AK series, M1 Carbine, Mini-14 and like systems are welcome!

 

Students will participate in both classroom and live-fire instruction.  Safety, stance, movement drills, reloads, weapons system characteristics, proper iron sight/optics grouping & zero procedures, transition drills and rifle set-up will be stressed.  Live fire drills will consist of various basic through intermediate shooting evolutions. Students will learn to engage targets from various positions and ranges while performing instructed techniques. This is a great course for those that want to learn proper weapons use and employment techniques in a professional and fun environment.

 

COURSE PREREQUISITES / REQUIREMENTS: Student must possess adequate fitness levels as this course involves light running, standing for prolonged periods, kneeling and other stressing exercises.

 

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:

Carbine style weapon system (with or without optics)

200 rounds of ball carbine ammunition

Carbine magazines (minimum of 3)

Pistol (not required, but can be used for transition drills)

100 rounds of ball pistol ammunition

Belt, holster, mag pouch and two magazines

Wrap around eye protection / Hearing protection

Appropriate attire

Optional:  knee & elbow pads, body armor, helmet or any other tactical gear that you may wish to use (if applicable))

Weapons cleaning kit

 

SCHEDULE & TUITION:  TBA.  $80.00 per student

Minimum number of students: 4 

For additional information contact Brian at 486-2336.

 

 

 

NRA Range Safety Officer Course

NRA Range Safety Officer. (1-day)

 

The NRA Range Safety Officer program was developed in response to the demand for a nationally recognized range safety officer certification. NRA Range Safety Officers are people who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations.

 

Date, Times and Location

TBA at the Dubois Gun Club.  0930-1700 hrs.  The Gun Club is located outside of Dubois on Mustang Road.  Class will be conducted in the Indoor Shooting Range.

 

Course Prerequisites

NRA Range Safety Officers should be experienced shooters, involved in many aspects of target shooting, training and range supervision. The NRA encourages active shooters to learn more and become responsible for the safety of fellow shooters through this program.

 

What You Will Learn

  • Introduction to the NRA Basic Range Safety Officer Development Course

  • The Role of the NRA Range Safety Officer and Range Standard Operating Procedures

  • Range Inspection and Range Rules

  • Range Safety Briefing

  • Emergency Procedures

  • Firearm Stoppages and Malfunctions

  • Test and Review

 

Completion

You must complete all six lessons and a short written test with a 90% pass rate in order to become a certified Range Safety Officer. If you do not pass the course the first time you will be able to take the test two more times. Once you pass the course you will receive a completion certificate.

 

Registration & Payment

Participants can sign-up with Mr. Sam Barnes (Dubois Gun Club) or can call/email the office for reservation of class seats.  The price of this non-refundable course is $80.00 plus $18.00 for the NRA Student Kit and certification for a total of $98.00.  Payment is accepted on the day of training via cash or check.  It is recommended that you pre-register on the Tactical Training International website (www.tacticaltrainingintl.com) and it will allow you to pay via credit card.  The payment portal is located under the “Instruction” tab. 

 

Equipment Requirements

All students are required to bring thier personal firearm (pistols), 50 rds of ammuntion, safety equipment (eyes & ears) and any firearms cleaning equipment that they may have.  Lunch, coffee and water will be provided.

 

For additional information, please call Brian Bewley at (307) 486-2336.

Low Light Pistol

Low Light Pistol. (3 hours)

COURSE OBJECTIVES:  Recent statistics have shown that the vast majority of shootings occur at night. Most civilian shooters have not trained on the proper use of flashlights or weapon mounted lights. Our Low Light Pistol Course is a three hour class designed to teach you the skills that are currently in use by police and military operators while operating in low light/no light situations.

 

Students will participate in both classroom and live-fire instruction.  We will show you how to properly hold the flash light, search techniques, shooting with flash lights and Weapon Mounted Lights (WML), as well as light choice and carrying techniques.

 

Choosing a proper light is critical to survival. We will demonstrate the difference between incandescent, LED, and halogen flash lights and show the advantages/disadvantages of all three. After a classroom session we will move to the range (as the sun goes down) and to provide the students with live-fire instruction on how to shoot your handgun in conjunction with a light.

 

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:

  • Handgun or revolver

  • 150 rounds of ammunition

  • Belt mounted holster and magazine carrier

  • Flashlight and/or Weapon Mounted Light

  • Extra Batteries

  • Ear and Eye protection

If you need a light, let us know in advance and we will have some available for sale at the class.

 

SCHEDULE & TUITION:  TBA.  6-9 PM.  $60.00 per student. Minimum number of students: 4 

For additional information contact Brian at 486-2336.

 

 

 

 

Wyoming Concealed Firearms Permit Class

As of July 8, 2011, anyone who meets the same requirements to obtain a Wyoming concealed weapons permit can legally carry a firearm in any place that is not specifically prohibited.  While this is a great step for those in Wyoming who desire to legally carry a firearm concealed without going through the paperwork of obtaining a Wyoming Concealed Firearms permit (CFP), it does not prepare the law abiding citizen with the knowledge and the skills required to responsibly carry a firearm concealed. 

 

TSI, Inc. is hosting a Concealed Weapon Carry Course on TBA  at  the Grizzly Rock Ranch Range Facility  to train, qualify and certify those individuals who would like to obtain their Wyoming CFP, or would like to have the training to carry a firearm responsibly.  Class will start at 0900 hours and will conclude at 5 PM.  All targets, training materials, Wyoming CFP applications will be provided.  Our class size is limited to 8 participants, so if interested, please call Brian at 486-2336.  Course costs are $80.00 per person.

 

Students should bring their personal firearm (semi-auto or revolver), holster, extra magazine/speed loader pouch (if you have one), 50 rds. of ammunition and a small notebook.  We will break for lunch at 1200 hrs., so bring a sack lunch as well.  Coffee and water will be available to all without charge.  If you don’t have your own firearm, We have a limited supply of training pistols and can provide you with one of ours.  As ammunition is sometimes hard to fiind however, you will have to provide the ammunition.

 

Course will cover:

  • Wyoming Gun Laws

  • Ammunition and firearms selection for Concealed carry

  • Holsters and ancillary equipment selection

  • Loading, unloading a firearm

  • Safe storage requirements

  • Concealment garments, purses and carriers

  • Use of deadly force and the Use of Force Continuum

  • Legal implications on the use of deadly force

  • Use of cover

  • Engagement tactics and Post Shooting protocols

  • Interface with Law Enforcement

  • Live fire practice & Qualification, and much more!

 

 

 

Refuse to Be a Victim seminars prmote awareness and prevention of criminal confrontations.  Seminar topics include home, auto, phone, technological, travel and personal security.  Seminar participants are presented with a variety of common-sense crime prevention and personal safety strategies and devices they may integrate into their daily lives. The seminar is three to four hours long and open to the public.  Refuse To Be A Victim® was developed in 1993 in response to requests from women nationwide for crime prevention seminars. In 1997, the program became co-ed. With over 1,000 instructors nationwide, seminars have been presented in 50 states and the District of Columbia. More than 26,000 men and women have benefited from the program’s life saving message. 

 

You will get the tools you need to develop your own personal safety strategy, including information and practical demonstrations on:

-The Psychology of the Criminal Mind

-Home & Phone Security

-Automobile & Travel Security

-Personal & Technological Security

-Self-Defense Tools & Training Options

 

NRA Executive Director of General Operations, Craig Sandler said, “Without the active involvement of exceptional members of the law enforcement community, NRA programs could not reach as many individuals at the local community level.” The program has been endorsed by members of the law enforcement community nationwide, such as Sheriff Howard Sellers of Aiken County, South Carolina who said, “It encourages people to think through risky situations…and it inspires confidence in that they know how to enter a situation, assess the risks and have tools at their disposal to deal with it properly.”

 

There are no prerequisites for taking this course, and the material is accessible to appropriately supervised mature children. You are not required to own a firearm to attend this course.

 

Course Time: 3 – 4 Hours

Refuse to Be a Victim Fee: $45.00 per person

Please contact us for special pricing regarding seminars for Church groups, Women’s organizations and Community Watch programs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Convoy Ops

Convoy Ops Course. (1-day)

COURSE OBJECTIVES: This course is designed for those who have a need or requirement to move in a vehicular formation in permissive, semi-permissive and non-permissive environments while transporting personnel or equipment.  This is a driving and live-fire training event.

 

Students will participate in both theory, practical exercises and live-fire instruction.  Route selection, IED/ambush awareness, recovery of vehicles/down vehicle drills, vehicle dynamics on improved and dirt roads, roadblock defeat, urban and rural operations are but some of the topics to be covered.  Historical events such as Operations Gothic Serpent (Somalia) and OIF (Iraq) will also be discussed for lessones learned.  Live fire drills will consist of fighting from vehicles, counter ambush, downed vehicles and various situational events. 

 

COURSE PREREQUISITES / REQUIREMENTS: Student must possess adequate fitness levels, a valid drivers license and an operational vehicle (indivual or team configurations). Comfort discharging weapons in a closed, tight quarters environment is a must.

 

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:

Carbine style weapon system (with or without optics)

200 rounds of ball carbine ammunition

Carbine magazines (minimum of 3)

Pistol 

100 rounds of ball pistol ammunition

Tactical kit (vest, plate carrier, belt kit, holster, mag pouchs, etc.)

Wrap around eye protection / Hearing protection

radios (if operating in a team)

Appropriate attire

Optional:  knee & elbow pads, helmet or any other tactical gear that you may wish to use (if applicable))

Weapons cleaning kit

 

SCHEDULE & TUITION:  TBA.  $80.00 per student

Minimum number of students: 4 

For additional information contact Brian at 486-2336.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tactical Pistol Course

LOCATION/DATE:  TBA 0930-1700 hrs.  Grizzly Rock Ranch Range Facility, Crowheart, WY

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES: This 1-day Tactical Pistol course is designed to enhance basic and intermediate level pistol skills in Military, LE, Security Professionals and qualified civilians. This is a fast-paced tactical course focusing on the pistol as a primary or secondary weapon system within a scenario based, live-fire environment.

 

SUBJECT AREAS COVERED:

Marksmanship Fundamentals Firearms Safety

Draw Techniques

Position Shooting

Shooting from Barriers

Shooting from Vehicles

Reload Techniques

Slow to Rapid Aimed Fire Drills

Target Indexing/Multiple Targets

Cover Techniques

 

COURSE PREREQUISITES / REQUIREMENTS:

U.S. and allied nation active duty military, Reserve /National Guard, commissioned Law Enforcement Officers, qualified security and civilian personnel.

 

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:

Pistol w/200 rounds pistol ammunition

2 Magazines (minimum)

Holster

Duty Belt / Individual Kit

Wrap Around Eye Protection / Hearing Protection

Individual Tactical Equipment (as required)

Weapons Cleaning Kits

Appropriate Attire (possible cold/tactical environment)

 

TUITION:

$80.00 per person

Bring a sack lunch.  Water and coffee will be provided.  For additional information please contact Brian @ (307) 486-2336.  On-line reservations and payment portal is available at: www.tacticaltrainingintl.com under the “instruction” tab.

Disclaimer:  Tactical Training International is a training center that specializes in specialty and defensive shooting techniques. We have no affiliation with, nor do we promote or encourage, any subversive or quasi-subversive entities or acts against the United States of America or against the American People, inside or outside of U.S. borders.  Any and all instruction and training conducted by Tactical Training International is done in accordance with Federal, State and Local Laws. Tactical Training International does not and will not train any foreign or domestic entity(ies) that could pose a threat to, or has denounced the United States of America.