Cherev Gidon - Israeli Tactical Training Academy



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Level 3 - Advanced courses: $495 per person (2 person minimum)

Those wishing to take a level 3 course must have first completed a corresponding level 2 course.


All courses listed below are one-day courses. They last from approximately 10:00am until 4:00pm and include a one hour lunch break. The price includes ammunition, range access, gear, ear and eye protection, targets, etc. We provide the firearms for each course, however if you have your own gun(s) that you wish to use during the course, please check with us in advance. All courses must be paid for in full in advance, and are non-refundable. We cannot issue refunds because we must pay our instructors, purchase specialized ammunition and pay for range time in advance of every course and if you cancel a course, we lose this money. Because of this we advise everyone to be 100% certain well in advance that they will be able to attend the course they book. Courses must be booked a minimum of one week in advance. Courses are available Sunday through Friday. No courses given on Saturdays or Jewish holidays. All those applying for courses must be legally eligible to handle firearms. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone and for any reason.


CQB Rifle course

This advanced-level tactical shooting course focuses on higher level shooting techniques and introduces the student to the discipline of CQB (close quarter battle). The program covers use of holographic sights such the Meprolite and EoTech and trains with the TRIJICON ACOG rifle sight system. This course includes training with bullet proof vests, Kevlar helmets and full combat gear. The course focuses on intense close-quarter shooting techniques such as clearing a building, attacking an enemy emplacement and advancing and shooting as a team. This course covers shooting from a vehicle, shooting after extreme physical exertion, clearing stoppages under fire, cover and concealment, rapid fire techniques, and identifying and terminating hostile threats while avoiding harming bystanders.


CQB Pistol course

This course covers many of the same fields as the CQB rifle course (aside from the red dot sites), but focuses uniquely on the pistol as a CQB weapon. The course focuses on clearing rooms and employs rail-mounted flashlights and lasers.


CQB Shotgun course
This course is almost identical to the CQB rifle course, but utilizes a tactical shotgun instead of a rifle.