Fighting at night. If you are new to running with helmet-mounted NVG's and shooting in total darkness, the Amtac Shooting Intro to Fighting at Night is designed to teach you the basics of NVG and firearms use. If you have been doing this for a while it is a great opportunity to brush up on some of the latest Tactics Techniques and Procedures as in relates to NVG and thermal use and to continue to sharpen your capabilities.  This course is designed to train solid Americans how to maximize the advantage of fighting at night time. What are the best tactics, what is the right gear, what are the best practices to maximize our chances of success? How do we shoot, move, and communicate at night? In this course, we will cover:


  • Day and night shooting with pistol and carbine.
  • Setting up your helmet and NOD's.
  • Setting up pistol and carbine for night fighting.
  • Radio communications.
  • Team Tactics.


This is a physically demanding course. You will need a baseline of fitness to participate. 


 

About the Instructor, Bill Rapier

Bill Rapier is the owner and lead instructor of American Tactical Shooting Instruction LLC, also known as Amtac Shooting. He is recently retired after twenty years in the Navy, where his duty assignments included several years at SEAL Team 3 and over 14 years at Naval Special Warfare Development Group. Positions held include assaulter, breacher, sniper, team leader, troop chief and military working dog department senior enlisted adviser. He has always been an avid shooter and is heavily involved in combatives.


Student Gear List: 

  • AR-15 style rifle with sling (if you really want to run something else let me know and we can discuss).
  • Night vision compatible red dot sight and or laser and illuminator. 
  • Helmet mounted night vision/ batteries.
  • 4-5 rifle magazines.
  • 500 rifle rounds.
  • Method of carrying rifle mags.  Can be a chest rig, plate carrier, battle belt or both. 
  • Eye protection/ hearing protection.
  • Have the ability to run FRS/ MURS freqs with your comms headset.
  • Loose fitting pants/ shirt/ hat/ gloves/ warmies/ rain gear and knee pads are optional.
  • Blow out kit and tourniquet.
  • Water/ snacks/ Coffee.
  • Spare parts for rifle/ pistol.  Spare batteries for optics/ flashlight.
  • Handgun (full-size pistol or compact. Run an RDS with your pistol and have ability to push IR light and preferably white light as well. Surefire X-300v is the best option for both.
  • Holster and mag pouches.
  • Three to four pistol mags.
  • 500 rounds pistol ammunition.

** Limited NVG/ Helmet rental is available. Contact us for further details**


Location
Near Boise, Idaho (directions provided in the course confirmation email).
 
 

Course Contact
Primary: [email protected]
Secondary: (208) 701-2542  


Registrant Information

$14.80
$384.80


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Payment Terms:
Your student registration includes a non-refundable $100 deposit. This deposit is non-transferable and non-refundable. Cancellations made more than 30 days prior to the course will result in a refund or course coupon for the course value minus your deposit. Cancellations within 30 days of the course will result in a refund or course coupon for the course value minus your deposit only if a replacement can be found for your spot. If no replacement can be found there will be no refunds.

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