TAC-1: Tactical Advanced Combat
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TAC-1 WorkshoP

TAC-1's Workshop is session  designed as skill building practice session for those who had previously taken TAC-1 Pistol-I module or equivalent. This 4 hr. handgun workshop will review techniques that were instructed and will continue to hone in on Elements of Marksmanship.

In Partnership with

Pistol Workshop: Marksmanship 

0800 to 1200 hours 

AM Session: This 4 hour workshop will focus on the working technique on marksmanship.  All of the Elements of Marksmanship will be explored in detail.  Secrets of trigger control to modern understanding of shooting structure will be worked on. Furthermore, various concept of shooting eye and sight picture will be discussed and practiced.  This session will help you take your marksmanship to a new level. 

TAC-1 workshop is designed for those who had formal shooting lessons and it is not intended for novice shooters.  The attendee should be able to draw from holster, have good understanding of firearms safety, be able to to shoot a semi decent group at 10 yards. 



AMMO:  250 rounds

Advanced Handgun Combat Drills

1230 TO 1700 hours 

PM Session is designed as a skill building session for those students whom attended TAC-1 Pistol-II Modules and higher.  Topics will cover Movement, Positions, Malfunction Clearing and Hand to Hand Combat.

 This workshop is aimed for those who had successfully completed Pistol-II modules at TAC-1.  This 4 hr. pistol workshop will review techniques based on elements already instructed in Pistol-I & Pistol-II.  Students will be given different drills and practices that are difficult to reproduce at local ranges.  Students will have an opportunity to shoot a part of the P2D Classifier to prepare for future attempt.



AMMO: 250 rounds

Q: But I've already taken Pistol-II courses. Do I need this Workshop? 

A: It depends on your ability to execute what you were taught.  As far as we are concerned, it doesn't hurt to continue training the basics with our instructors. 

Q: I would like to take your Pistol-II(D). Would it help to pass the test? 

A: We will go over the material covered in the manipulation portion of the test.  You must be able to do each manipulation smoothly during the test.

Q: Will this Workshop be too easy for me? 

A: If you think the basic operation and the fundamental of handgun shooting is easy, try it under stress when someone is shooting at you! Repetition is the key.

Q: I forgot most of the technique TAC-1 taught me.  Can I still attend? 

A: This is the reason why we are putting this Workshop together. 


Must have satisfactorily completed Pistol-I

Where & When

See below

Angeles Shooting Ranges
Little Tujunga

A Place to Shoot Range
Santa Clarita

Ammo Count

PM Session: Min 250 Rounds

AM Session: Min 250 Roudns

Will conserve ammo due to national shortage. 

2020 TAC-1 Workshop Schedule

TAC-1 offer's these great training opportunities every month.  Register soon as these sessions will fill up quickly.




Intermediate Marksmanship 

Semi-auto Malfunctions & Fixes

Ammo Management

Single Hand Shooting


$110 per Session
4 hrs  1400-1800

Angeles Shooting Ranges  "Ft Angeles range"




Pistol Workshop (#201024P1b)

Intermediate Marksmanship 

Semi-auto Malfunctions & Fixes

Ammo Management

Single Hand Shooting


$110 per Session
4 hrs 0800-1200

Angeles Shooting Ranges  "Ft Angeles range"




Pistol Workshop (#201206WS)

Fast Trigger Reset (AM)

Speed & Accuracy (AM)

Finding the Zone (PM)

Deliberate Trigger Control (PM)


$95 per Session, $180 Combo
4 hrs x 2

A Place to Shoot Range




Pistol Workshop (PENDING)

Accuracy with speed (AM)

Presentations and Ready Pos (AM)

Movements (PM)

Reloads (PM)


$100 per Session, $190 Combo
4 hrs x 2

Angeles Shooting Ranges  "Ft Angeles range"


Needed Gear

    • Semi Auto Pistol (9mm, 40 cal., 45 cal.)
    • Ammunition (Students must provide own ammo)
    • Holster
    • Sturdy belt
    • Magazines (3 or more recommended)
    • Magazine pouch (holds to magazines)
    • Dummy Rounds (5 minimum)
    • Eye protection (Prefer clear with no color)
    • Ear protection (both outer and inner protections are recommended)
    • Shooting mat (Crosstac)
    • Cap or Hat (highly recommended)
    • Appropriate attire for weather & flying hot brass
    • Marking Pen (Sharpies)
    • Water and snacks (also available on-site for purchase)
    • Gun bag/case to store and transport firearms
    • Folding Chair for your comfort*

**Upon registration, students are provided with a Discount Code courtesy of LA Police Gear for all of their shopping need.


12651 N Little Tujunga Canyon Rd, Sylmar, CA 91342
Angeles Shooting Ranges 




Range Info: (818) 918-2364

Class info: (661) 857-7722

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