What We Do
We have highly trained, experienced, qualified and able tactical instructors. Man Alone Tactical offers a variety of courses for Law Enforcement, Military and Civilian personnel including; the South Carolina Concealed Weapons Permit Course, as well as a complete tactical rifle and pistol training, and defensive shotgun training.
Tactical Weapons Training for the Professional
Law Enforcement / Military / Professionals
Our main focus are Professional Tactical Weapons Training Courses which are restricted to Law Enforcement and active duty Military. Generally, the class training schedules are not posted on the website, and are restricted to the contracting agency or department. Call for scheduled classes and dates.
09/11/2011 - "The Tactical Pistol Course was my first Man Alone Tactical experience, and it will not be my last. The course objective was clear and the approach precise. Although it was fast paced, the instructor was great at taking you beyond your normal comfort level. You finished each segment confident and ready for the next. Great Job!" >>>Lewis - Beaufort, SC
Our focus and intent are clear. Our tactical training courses are planned around safety, execution and responsible use of tactics. We train these professional gun handlers to dominate the fight without collateral damage. Participants will learn proper doorway entry and egress shooting, as well as disadvantaged shooting techniques. To fulfill this objective, the training requirements have to be stringent. Our techniques have been developed and tested in real life by people whose survival depends on dominating the threat or deadly force encounter.
Tactical / Defensive Shotgun Training
This course will cover handling techniques, in-home defense, proper mind set and the tactical skills required to handle most situations under stressful conditions. Each student will fire 500 rounds of birdshot and approximately 50 rounds each of slugs and buck shot. The training course and scenarios are exhilarating and will find the student in a steady state of work and growth. Man Alone Tactical teaches highly focused techniques for CQC and transition / manipulation between weapons. A semi automatic or pump shotgun is required (12 or 20 gauge).
The NRA News Feed
- Grassroots Alert: Vol. 21, No. 10 03/07/2014
- Sat, 08 Mar 2014 12:43:00 GMT -
- Wyoming: 2014 Short Budget Session Adjourns
- Fri, 07 Mar 2014 18:22:00 GMT - Yesterday, the 2014 short budget session in Wyoming adjourned. The 2014 session saw the introduction of several firearms and hunting-related bills, including the pro-hunting Senate File 38.
- Idaho: Secure Campuses and Apprentice Hunting Bills Sent to Governor
- Fri, 07 Mar 2014 17:10:00 GMT - Yesterday, the Idaho legislature took positive steps on two important pro-gun bills. Senate Bill 1254 and House Bill 399, both NRA-supported legislation, have passed in both legislative chambers and are now awaiting the signature of Governor Butch Otter (R). The hard work and diligence of NRA members supporting these bills made all the difference!
- Louisiana: State Legislature to Convene Next Week for 2014 Session
- Fri, 07 Mar 2014 16:31:00 GMT - On Monday, March 10, the Louisiana Legislature will convene for its 2014 Regular Session and a large number of bills – both pro-gun and anti-gun – have already been pre-filed. NRA-ILA will be working to pass legislation which expand your rights and to defeat any measures which seek to restrict them – and alerting you as to how you can help every step of the way!
- Tennessee: Second Pro-Gun Bill Signed into Law
- Fri, 07 Mar 2014 16:01:00 GMT - Yesterday, Governor Bill Haslam (R) signed Senate Bill 1701 into law. Sponsored by state Senator Mark Green (R-22), SB 1701 redefines “motor vehicle” under Tennessee’s parking lot law to include all vehicles lawfully possessed by the permit holder with the exception of government or business-owned vehicles.
- Kentucky: “Shall Certify” Legislation Introduced in State Senate, Two Important Pro-Gun Bills Sent to State House
- Fri, 07 Mar 2014 14:42:00 GMT - Yesterday, Senate Bill 232, sponsored by state Senator Brandon Smith (R-30), was introduced in the Kentucky Senate and referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where a hearing is expected next Thursday, March 13. SB 232 would require that certification by a chief law enforcement officer (CLEO), when a signoff is required for the transfer of a firearm or other item regulated by the National Firearms Act (NFA), be provided within fifteen days as long as the applicant is not prohibited by law from receiving the firearm or other item.
- Update on Obama Administration's Proposed Ban on Domestic Sale of Ivory
- Fri, 07 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMT - In last week's Grassroots Alert we addressed the administration's proposal to ban the trade and sale of legally owned ivory within the United States. The NRA supports efforts to stop poaching and to stop the illegal trade of ivory, but this proposed ban on legally owned ivory sold domestically will have no impact on the poaching of elephants and the illegal ivory trade. On the contrary, this ban will only affect honest, law-abiding Americans by making their possessions valueless.
- DOJ Budget Request Reveals Some Questionable Priorities but Isn't the Increase Some Feared
- Fri, 07 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMT - On Tuesday, March 4, the Obama administration released its budget proposal for fiscal year 2015, and one portion of the proposal immediately raised the ire of many gun owners. The Department of Justice released a fact sheet detailing the department's request for "gun safety" spending to the tune of an eye-popping $1.1 billion, some of which is touted as supporting Obama's "Now is the Time" gun control initiative.
- Florida Report on Legislative Committee Action Mon. 3/3/14 -- Thurs. 3/6/14
- Fri, 07 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMT - Thank you for your help this week. Not only was it the first week of the Legislative Session, it was an incredibly busy week of Committee hearings for us. It was one of the busiest weeks we've ever had and was a logistical challenge that we met with unqualified success. If you would like to review the most current version of each of the bills, click on the blue underlined bill numbers. A new version is prepared every time a bill is amended (changed) in committee.
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