Congratulations New Scoped Rifle Instructors! New courses offered!

We want to congratulate Josh Green and Greg Glassock, two Olympic Tactical & Investigations instructors!  Josh and Greg recently completed the first Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission’s “Level One Scoped Rifle Instructor Course” held at the Tacoma Police Range.

Josh Green completed the course and received his certification as one of five Scoped Rifle Instructors in the State of Washington.  Greg Glassock was a co-instructor for this course and has been granted his Instructor Certification Program(ICP) certification as well as his Scoped Rifle Instructor Certification for this course.

The Scoped Rifle Instructor Course is a blended Law Enforcement and Private Security course for those instructors that need to certify users who wish to carry a magnified optic on their patrol rifle.  Understanding the need for various agencies to utilize the magnified optics, CJTC developed this course curriculum for agencies throughout the State.

The Scoped Rifle course is designed to fit in between the traditional Patrol Rifle and Sniper Rifle courses, with emphasis in engaging targets to 300 yards.

The first ever WA State CJTC Level One Scoped Rifle Instructor Course

Agencies or individuals that want to become certified in the use of Scoped Rifles can contact Olympic Tactical & Investigations at info@olytac.com

 

 

 

4 replies
  1. Porfirio D. Massey
    Porfirio D. Massey says:

    A precision rifle course which requires a scoped rifle capable of 1 MOA. All shooting is done under field conditions. Topics include: proper cleaning and maintenance, ballistics, camouflage and concealment, observation and intelligence gathering, terrain analysis, stalking and movement, and tactical applications. Usually a 5-day course.

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  2. Royce Curtis
    Royce Curtis says:

    The fast-operating Lee bolt-action and large magazine capacity enabled a well-trained rifleman to perform the ” mad minute ” firing 20 to 30 aimed rounds in 60 seconds, making the Lee-Enfield the fastest military bolt-action rifle of the day. The current world record for aimed bolt-action fire was set in 1914 by a musketry instructor in the British Army—Sergeant Instructor Snoxall—who placed 38 rounds into a 12-inch-wide (300 mm) target at 300 yards (270 m) in one minute.

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  3. Al Y. Mccoy
    Al Y. Mccoy says:

    The WSCJTC Basic and Advanced Sniper Courses prepare SWAT Officers to effectively operate as a member of a Sniper/Scout Element of a SWAT or SRT Unit. As you would expect, their training involves significantly more than instruction specific to the telescoped precision rifle. Unlike the Basic and Advanced Sniper/Scout Courses, this course of instruction focuses only on how to instruct the basic skills necessary to deploy the telescoped rifle by uniformed personnel. This course is not intended as a replacement for the Basic Scout/Sniper Course.

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  4. Cheryl M. Oconnor
    Cheryl M. Oconnor says:

    The WSCJTC Basic and Advanced Sniper Courses prepare SWAT Officers to effectively operate as a member of a Sniper/Scout Element of a SWAT or SRT Unit. As you would expect, their training involves significantly more than instruction specific to the telescoped precision rifle. Unlike the Basic and Advanced Sniper/Scout Courses, this course of instruction focuses only on how to instruct the basic skills necessary to deploy the telescoped rifle by uniformed personnel. This course is not intended as a replacement for the Basic Scout/Sniper Course.

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