Tactical Rifle I, II, III

Class Checklist
Rifle – Mil spec AR/AK style. Popular calibers .556/223 & .762-39.
Sights – Irons, Red Dots, ACOGs, or Variable 1-4, 1-6, or 1-8. Back-up irons with co-witness or lower 1/3rd recommended for Red Dots.
Optic wipes or lens pen
Sling – Adjustable is recommended to allow hand switching. – eg; Blue Force Gear VCAS
Shooting Mat or Rifle case drag bag that converts to a padded waterproof mat
Shooting Rest Bags (sand, beads). Bring multiple sizes, even if you have a bipod.
Pack To carry gear or use as a rest in hunting situations
Magazines – several 20 round & 30+ round with a magazine pouch.
Weapon mounted light Not mandatory for Tactical Rifle I but needed for Tactical Rifle II-III.    We will cover desirable features in class and on the TDI website.
Lubricant
Cleaning Kit
Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection.
Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to assist in hearing instructions
***NOTE: Any Class 3 weapons or accessories must have ATF paperwork***
IF YOU INSTALLED ANY ACCESSORIES, ESPECIALLY OPTICS, PLEASE BRING THE INSTRUCTION MANUALS, SPECIALIZED TOOLS AND ANY PARTS YOU REMOVED!
Optional items some students find helpful:
Sun block
Insect repellent
Notebook
Pen or pencil
Rain Gear
Hat
Shirt with collar
Long pants w/belt loops
Towel or Shemagh
Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves
Knee and Elbow pads
NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen
IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Practical Precision Rifle

Class Checklist

Rifle

Scope – A well mounted, quality scope

Optic wipes or lens pen
Shooting Mat or Rifle case drag bag that converts to a padded waterproof mat
Shooting Rest Bags (sand, beads). Bring multiple sizes, even if you have a bipod.

Pack To carry gear or use as a rest in hunting situations

Magazines – extra magazines
Cleaning Kit

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to assist in hearing instructions

 

***NOTE: Any Class 3 weapons or accessories must have ATF paperwork***

 

IF YOU INSTALLED ANY ACCESSORIES, ESPECIALLY OPTICS, PLEASE BRING THE INSTRUCTION MANUALS, SPECIALIZED TOOLS AND ANY PARTS YOU REMOVED!

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Long pants w/belt loops
Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

Knee and Elbow pads

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Pistol Caliber Carbine / Sub Machine Gun

Class Checklist

Rifle – AR/AK/Ruger/Kel-Tec style pistol or rifle. Popular calibers 9mm, .40, 10 mm, .45.

Sights – Irons, Red Dots, ACOGs, or Variable 1-4, 1-6, or 1-8. Back-up irons with co-witness or lower 1/3rd recommended for Red Dots.

Optic wipes or lens pen
Sling – Adjustable is recommended to allow hand switching. – eg; Blue Force Gear VCAS
Shooting Mat or Rifle case drag bag that converts to a padded waterproof mat
Shooting Rest Bags (sand, beads). Bring multiple sizes, even if you have a bipod.

Pack To carry gear or use as a rest in hunting situations

Magazines – several 20 round & 30+ round with at least one magazine pouch and loader.
Weapon mounted light Not mandatory for PCC.

Lubricant

Cleaning Kit Appropriate for caliber and barrel length.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to assist in hearing instructions

 

***NOTE: Any Class 3 weapons or accessories must have ATF paperwork***

 

IF YOU INSTALLED ANY ACCESSORIES, ESPECIALLY OPTICS, PLEASE BRING THE INSTRUCTION MANUALS, SPECIALIZED TOOLS AND ANY PARTS YOU REMOVED!

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Long pants w/belt loops
Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

Knee and Elbow pads

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Handgun Level I-III

Class Equipment Checklist

***If you don’t have a firearm or gear, don’t purchase anything. We have plenty of options for you to borrow and learn what works for you before making a purchase.***

Handgun – one that fits your hand and your mission.

Ammo – 750 Rounds

Magazines – 2 factory magazines minimum (more is always better), plus single or double magazine holder/pouch for your belt that allows bullet forward carry.

Long pants w/belt loops

Reinforced Belt – One made for guns, not fashion or dress. 1.5” min works best. Kydex reinforced, cross stitched leather or Wilderness 5 stitch belts are a great choice.

Holster – Find one specific to your handgun with an opening that retains its shape and allows you to re-holster with one hand. Kydex is preferred. No trigger finger release type holsters allowed (eg: SERPA).  No shoulder, cross-draw or small-of-back holsters allowed.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection. You can find shooting glasses that will fit over your prescription lenses.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to aid hearing instructions

Handheld Flashlight – Necessary for Handgun Level IV and above. We will cover desired features of a good flashlight in class.

Optional items some students find helpful:

Sun block
Insect repellent
Notebook
Pen or pencil
Cleaning Kit
Rain Gear
Hat
Shirt with collar
Towel or Shemagh
Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes
Hearing Aides (if applicable)
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves
NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen
IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Handgun Level IV-V

Class Equipment Checklist

***If you don’t have a firearm or gear, don’t purchase anything. We have plenty of options for you to borrow and learn what works for you before making a purchase.***

Handgun – one that fits your hand and your mission.

Ammo – 1000 Rounds

Magazines – 3 factory magazines minimum (more is always better), plus single or double magazine holder/pouch for your belt that allows bullet forward carry.

Long pants w/belt loops

Reinforced Belt – One made for guns, not fashion or dress. 1.5” min works best. Kydex reinforced, cross stitched leather or Wilderness 5 stitch belts are a great choice.

Cover Garment – Light vest or jacket

Holster – Find one specific to your handgun with an opening that retains its shape and allows you to re-holster with one hand. Kydex is preferred. No trigger finger release type holsters allowed (eg: SERPA).  No shoulder, cross-draw or small-of-back holsters allowed.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection. You can find shooting glasses that will fit over your prescription lenses.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to aid hearing instructions

Handheld Flashlight – Necessary for Handgun Level IV and above. We will cover desired features of a good flashlight in class.

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

 

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Cleaning Kit
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes

Knee Pads

Hearing Aides (if applicable)
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Handgun Level VI

Class Equipment Checklist

***If you don’t have a firearm or gear, don’t purchase anything. We have plenty of options for you to borrow and learn what works for you before making a purchase.***

Handgun – one that fits your hand and your mission.

Ammo – 750 Rounds

Magazines – 2 factory magazines minimum (more is always better), plus single or double magazine holder/pouch for your belt that allows bullet forward carry.

Long pants w/belt loops

Reinforced Belt – One made for guns, not fashion or dress. 1.5” min works best. Kydex reinforced, cross stitched leather or Wilderness 5 stitch belts are a great choice.

Cover Garment – Light light vest or jacket

Holster – Find one specific to your handgun with an opening that retains its shape and allows you to re-holster with one hand. Kydex is preferred. No trigger finger release type holsters allowed (eg: SERPA).  No shoulder, cross-draw or small-of-back holsters allowed.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection. You can find shooting glasses that will fit over your prescription lenses.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to aid hearing instructions

Handheld Flashlight – Necessary for Handgun Level IV and above. We will cover desired features of a good flashlight in class. Please bring extra batteries for your flashlight.

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

 

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Cleaning Kit
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes

Knee Pads

Hearing Aides (if applicable)
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Mastering Pistol Fundamentals

Class Equipment Checklist

***If you don’t have a firearm or gear, don’t purchase anything. We have plenty of options for you to borrow and learn what works for you before making a purchase.***

Handgun – one that fits your hand and your mission.

Ammo – 1200 Rounds

Magazines – 3 factory magazines minimum (more is always better), plus single or double magazine holder/pouch for your belt that allows bullet forward carry.

Long pants w/belt loops

Reinforced Belt – One made for guns, not fashion or dress. 1.5” min works best. Kydex reinforced, cross stitched leather or Wilderness 5 stitch belts are a great choice.

Cover Garment – Light light vest or jacket

Holster – Find one specific to your handgun with an opening that retains its shape and allows you to re-holster with one hand. Kydex is preferred. No trigger finger release type holsters allowed (eg: SERPA).  No shoulder, cross-draw or small-of-back holsters allowed.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection. You can find shooting glasses that will fit over your prescription lenses.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to aid hearing instructions

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

 

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Cleaning Kit
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes

Knee Pads

Hearing Aides (if applicable)
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Medical Combatives

Class Equipment Checklist

Pistol Checklist

Handgun – one that fits your hand and your mission.

Ammo – 500 pistol rounds required

Magazines – 3 factory magazines minimum (more is always better), plus single or double magazine holder/pouch for your belt that allows bullet forward carry.

Long pants w/belt loops

Reinforced Belt – One made for guns, not fashion or dress. 1.5” min works best. Kydex reinforced, cross stitched leather or Wilderness 5 stitch belts are a great choice.

Cover Garment – Something you do not care about and can be covered in fake blood.

Holster – Find one specific to your handgun with an opening that retains its shape and allows you to re-holster with one hand. Kydex is preferred. No trigger finger release type holsters allowed (eg: SERPA).  No shoulder, cross-draw or small-of-back holsters allowed.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection. You can find shooting glasses that will fit over your prescription lenses.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to aid hearing instructions

Handheld Flashlight – Necessary for Handgun Level IV and above.

 

Rifle Checklist (optional)

Rifle – Mil spec AR/AK style. Popular calibers .556/223 & .762-39.

Sling – Adjustable is recommended to allow hand switching. – eg; Blue Force Gear VCAS
Magazines – several 20 round & 30+ round with a magazine pouch.

Ammo – 100 Rounds

 

Shotgun Checklist (optional)

Shotgun

Ammo – 50 rounds birdshot

Sling – Adjustable is recommended to allow hand switching.

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Cleaning Kit
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes

Knee Pads

Hearing Aides (if applicable)
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Partner Tactics

Class Equipment Checklist

***If you don’t have a firearm or gear, don’t purchase anything. We have plenty of options for you to borrow and learn what works for you before making a purchase.***

Handgun – one that fits your hand and your mission.

Ammo – 600 Rounds per person

Magazines – 3 factory magazines minimum (more is always better), plus single or double magazine holder/pouch for your belt that allows bullet forward carry.

Long pants w/belt loops

Reinforced Belt – One made for guns, not fashion or dress. 1.5” min works best. Kydex reinforced, cross stitched leather or Wilderness 5 stitch belts are a great choice.

Cover Garment – Light jacket or vest

Holster – Find one specific to your handgun with an opening that retains its shape and allows you to re-holster with one hand. Kydex is preferred. No trigger finger release type holsters allowed (eg: SERPA).  No shoulder, cross-draw or small-of-back holsters allowed.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection. You can find shooting glasses that will fit over your prescription lenses.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to aid hearing instructions

Handheld Flashlight – Necessary for Handgun Level IV and above.

Airsoft Equipment – Airsoft handgun, holster and face mask if you own your own. We have plenty to borrow if you do not have your own.

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

 

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Cleaning Kit
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes

Hearing Aides (if applicable)
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Response to Active Killer

Class Equipment Checklist

***If you don’t have a firearm or gear, don’t purchase anything. We have plenty of options for you to borrow and learn what works for you before making a purchase.***

Handgun – one that fits your hand and your mission.

Ammo – 300 Rounds minimum

Magazines – 3 factory magazines minimum (more is always better), plus single or double magazine holder/pouch for your belt that allows bullet forward carry.

Long pants w/belt loops

Reinforced Belt – One made for guns, not fashion or dress. 1.5” min works best. Kydex reinforced, cross stitched leather or Wilderness 5 stitch belts are a great choice.

Cover Garment – Light jacket or vest

Holster – Find one specific to your handgun with an opening that retains its shape and allows you to re-holster with one hand. Kydex is preferred. No trigger finger release type holsters allowed (eg: SERPA).  No shoulder, cross-draw or small-of-back holsters allowed.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection. You can find shooting glasses that will fit over your prescription lenses.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to aid hearing instructions

Handheld Flashlight – Necessary for Handgun Level IV and above.

Airsoft Equipment – Airsoft handgun, holster and face mask if you have your own. We have plenty for you to borrow if you do not.

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

 

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Cleaning Kit
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes

Hearing Aides (if applicable)
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Snubby Revolver & Sub Compact Pistol

Class Equipment Checklist

***If you don’t have a firearm or gear, don’t purchase anything. We have plenty of options for you to borrow and learn what works for you before making a purchase.***

Handgun – one that fits your hand and your mission.

Ammo – minimum of 600 rounds ammunition

Magazines – Speed loaders, speed strips or dump pouches OR 2 factory magazines minimum (more is always better), plus single or double magazine holder/pouch for your belt that allows bullet forward carry.

Long pants w/belt loops

Reinforced Belt – One made for guns, not fashion or dress. 1.5” min works best. Kydex reinforced, cross stitched leather or Wilderness 5 stitch belts are a great choice.

Cover Garment – Light vest or jacket

Holster – Find one specific to your handgun with an opening that retains its shape and allows you to re-holster with one hand. Kydex is preferred. No trigger finger release type holsters allowed (eg: SERPA).  No shoulder, cross-draw or small-of-back holsters allowed.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection. You can find shooting glasses that will fit over your prescription lenses.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to aid hearing instructions

Handheld Flashlight – Necessary for Handgun Level IV and above.

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

 

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Cleaning Kit
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes

Hearing Aides (if applicable)
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

Extreme Close Quarters

Class Equipment Checklist

***If you don’t have a firearm or gear, don’t purchase anything. We have plenty of options for you to borrow and learn what works for you before making a purchase.***

Handgun – one that fits your hand and your mission.

Ammo – 600 Rounds

Knife – Your choice of straight or folding

Old clothes – Cover garments you don’t care about

Magazines – 3 factory magazines minimum (more is always better), plus single or double magazine holder/pouch for your belt that allows bullet forward carry.

Long pants w/belt loops

Reinforced Belt – One made for guns, not fashion or dress. 1.5” min works best. Kydex reinforced, cross stitched leather or Wilderness 5 stitch belts are a great choice.

Holster – Find one specific to your handgun with an opening that retains its shape and allows you to re-holster with one hand. Kydex is preferred. No trigger finger release type holsters allowed (eg: SERPA).  No shoulder, cross-draw or small-of-back holsters allowed.

Shooting Glasses – It is preferred that they have wrap around side protection. You can find shooting glasses that will fit over your prescription lenses.

Hearing protection – Electronic type recommended to aid hearing instructions

Handheld Flashlight – Necessary for Handgun Level IV and above. We will cover desired features of a good flashlight in class.

 

Optional items some students find helpful:

 

Sun block
Insect repellent

Notebook
Pen or pencil
Cleaning Kit
Rain Gear
Hat

Shirt with collar

Towel or Shemagh

Waterproof boots
Spare Clothes

Knee pads

Hearing Aides (if applicable)
Cooler with water and electrolyte drinks
Gloves

NSAID – Ibuprofen, Naproxen

IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)