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San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Please disregard the Date and Time of this "event". The Gift Certificate is good for 2 years from date of purchase.
This is a Gift Certificate valued at $200 which is good for admission to one course from Tactical Training Associates, LLC in Morgan Hill, Ca. All of TTA's 8 (eight) hour courses cost $200.
The recipient of this certificate must be eligible to attend the desired course- meaning they must meet any prerequistites if any, and must be at least 18 years of age or 16 if the guardian will also attend the course. The certificate is valid for 2 years from date of purchase.
It may be transferred to another person, as long that person is also elligible to attend. Tactical Training Associates must be immediately made aware of any transfer of the certificate to another person after purchase at TacticalTrainingAssociates@gmail.com
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Tactical Training Associates, LLC
We are all current LE trainers and are up to speed with the most current firearms training tactics available. We have gone to, and continue to go to various schools all the time. We take what works, and we leave the rest. What that means for you is that we have done your homework for you. We teach tactics and techniques that we use on the street everyday- because they work. We will give you options. We provide these techniques, and you use what works best for you.
We offer courses from total beginner to instructor level in Pistol, Shotgun, and Carbine. We can also run private classes for 1-20 people; great team building events. Whatever your skill level- we have a class for you.
We are certified as Firearms Instructors by California P.O.S.T. (Peace Officer Standards and Training), the F.B.I. (Federal Bureau of Investigation), and the N.R.A. We are also fully insured.
Whatever your mission; law enforcement, home defense, self defense, competition, zombie apocalypse- we can help.
Remember- "Your worst must be better than your enemy's best".