Tac 1 takes you through the basics of running the pistol inluding all of the core skill sets (markmanship,draws, reloads and malfunctions). It moves onto shooting on the move, shooting movers, shooting around barricades (and using cover during malfunctions/ reloads etc). There is an introduction to primary and support hand shooting to include some reloads and malfunctions. Positional shooting and basic house clearing in one of the shoot houses. There is also a night shoot, generally on Thursday. It rounds out at the Rogers range before graduation. There are additional drills and /or competitions interspersed throughout the training driven by individual instructors to re-enforce certain skill sets.
Tac 2 refreshes the basics and moves onto additional one handed/ support hand shooting utilizing cover. Shooting while moving laterally, ground fighting, retention shooting, more house clearing day and night, another night shoot utilizing cover, and some force on force training in the house on the last day. There are additional non-traditional shooting positions added on as well. Of course we hit Rogers range again ...because we can. This is a quick overview, again, there are additional drills interspersed designed to foster tactical thought process and increase stress. But this gives you the idea. Each individual lead instructor will drive the training based on the needs, level and safety of the students. I hope this helps and we'll see you on the range.