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Tavor Operator Course

The Tavor operator course is a full day course (8 hours) meant to teach students the fundamentals operation of the Tavor/Micro Tavor X95. Authentic Israeli techniques and tactics will be taught at this course. 

This course will be taught by Ron Grobman, Founder and Chief instructor of Tactical Fitness and a former Israeli Special Forces Sniper. Read his bio here.

Tavor Operator - fundamental skills

  • Introduction and Safety brief 
  • Learning to field strip the Tavor rifle along with internal mechanics and parts
  • Basic prone position
  • Loading and unloading procedures
  • Trigger control and breathe control
  • Use of sights/sight picture
  • Learning to zero the sights, 25 meter zero for 50 yards  
  • Zero verification at 250 meters 
  • Shooting from Standing position
  • Speed and tactical magazine changes 
  • Malfunction clearing- failure to feed/fire, double feed/ stove pipe
  • Shooting from kneeling 
  • Summary drills - position transitions, malfunction stages, shooting under stress. 
  • All courses are for beginner level shooters! 

***Participants will receive a FREE Tactical Fitness T-shirt, Tavor Operator Patch and certificate of participation.****

Limited to 12 Participants at the moment. Registration closes March 1, 2017

Course Materials: 

  • Tavor/X95 tavor rifle
  • 300 rounds of new ammunition
  • 4 magazines 
  • Mag holder/pouch - Click for recommendation.
  • Sling 
  • water
  • shoes, belt, cargo style pants, t-shirt, and hat (weather appropriate clothing)
  • bag lunch
  • eye and ear protection
  • Shooting mat
  • Knee pads
  • LTC/CHL or reciprocal license is required OR proof of no criminal recored from the police with a valid ID or via sentrylink by clicking here and forwarding us the results.  Ages 21+.





Location: This course will be held at a private shooting range in Georgetown, TX. Directions will be emailed after registration. 

Earlier Event: March 25
Pistol Fundamentals
Later Event: April 29
Urban Combat - Urban Patrol and VCQC