RTC Firearms Training embodies a spectrum of elements spanning from inherent mindset, to weapons manipulation. It is important to understand that the gunfight starts in the mind, and is substantially more involved than just operating a firearm. Perfecting our own body mechanics, and studying our world will allow us to constantly adapt to any environment and scenario we may find ourselves faced with. Critical thinking, sensible threat analysis, and a honed skill-set will yield a the capacity to shoot well beyond simply hitting targets.
As advanced shooters, we must immerse ourselves in a training environment to develop our thinking, before we can develop our shooting skills . What were once considered only possibilities, have now become an emergent truth in the field of combat science. It is our responsibility to ensure we are perpetual students in the science of the gunfight.
The Discipline of the Gunfighter begins in the mind. Building upon our inherent mindset, understanding and manipulating our bodies and perfecting our skill sets with the most up to date training and tactics, will allow us to develop a shooter with abilities that far exceed his or hers expectations.
The Discipline of Handling the Weapon plays a momentous roll in RTC Firearms Training. By learning how to effectively manipulate a firearm the way it was designed, we can then use these tools to our advantage by adapting our skills to each individual platform, and utilizing them to their fullest potential.
The Evaluation of your Environment takes the most amount of time and effort to perfect. One cannot learn this step by studying, but rather must be immersed in a variety of scenarios and environments to learn how to effectively navigate in order to become mentally involved in each and every aspect of their surroundings.
The Science of the Threat is an ever-changing field of study. Knowing the specifics of our threats allows us to utilize dynamic problem solving skills and the tools at our disposal in order to effectively and efficiently disrupt the missions of the threats that are presented to us.
The following are not NRA approved courses.
- Tactical Shotgun
- Tactical Carbine
- Tactical Pistol
- Tactical AK-47
- Phase One Multiple Weapon Manipulation
- Phase Two Multiple Weapon Manipulation
- Long Range Rifle Marksman
- Long Range Rifle Precision Marksman
Each of these courses should hyperlink to the calendar; more detailed descriptions for each course will be added later