This course is designed to familiarize the student with the use of the Tavor rifle in low light and no light conditions especially as it applies to home defense. We review all relevant weapon manipulations for the Tavor/X95 rifle during the day to ensure they can be replicated in low light conditions. Use of the light, flashlight placement and set up will also be extensively covered.
After concentrating on basic manipulations, marksmanship and utilization of the light, those skills will be applied to the use of cover both on a square range and when possible, a shoot house. This class will begin at 3 pm and proceed until midnight on each day.
*The course may require physical activity and rapid assumption of positions. Please disclose any medical conditions which may preclude your participation from certain events.
Core topics that will be covered include:
Confirmation of zero
Review of standing and kneeling positions
Review of marksmanship and all manipulations (reloads and malfunctions)
Clearing malfunctions and reloads at night
Barrel sight offset
Placement of the light
Shooting around cover
Proper utilization of the light around cover
Basic home defense strategy
Movement into multiple positions
Effective accuracy of your system at distance
*For additional questions contact us directly at Training@iwi.us or 717-695-2081 and reference the Tavor Operator Course.
Tavor / X95 with sling and flashlight attached to the system
Weapon mounted light with spare batteries
5 serviceable 30 round magazines
Rifle carrier which can accommodate at least 2 magazines
If you do not have an X95 or SAR, just let us know during registration and one will be provided for you free of charge.
800 Rounds of 5.56 / .223 (No M855 Greentip)
Boots/ hiking shoes