PROVO, Utah -(Ammoland.com)- Action Target Inc., the leading manufacturer of modern shooting ranges, announced the dates for the 2017 Law Enforcement Training Camp.
The training will take place September 11 – 15, 2017 in Thistle, Utah.
To register click here.
Action Target provides world-class instructors and schedules the week with elite courses that are filled with high volume shooting. LETC is designed to aid firearms instructors from across the country in their training effectiveness, allowing them to pass those skills along to officers in their respective agencies.
“We’re proud of the success of our LETC program. It’s a unique opportunity for ATI to show its ongoing support for our law enforcement by providing this elite training program. Members of Law Enforcement everywhere are the reason why we do what we do. This year we have received the highest accolades from LETC attendees and we are very excited to expand the program for next year!” -Kevin Tomaszewski, VP of Marketing and Engineering at Action Target.
2016 LETC in Review:
This year LETC brought together over 100 of the very best firearms and tactics instructors from the United States and Canada for a week of intensive firearms training on Action Target’s state-of-the-art products.
Attendees trained on Action Target match shoot houses, Dual Running Man Pro, Turning Target Systems and PT Steel Targets.
2016 Curriculum included a variety of courses that gave the attendees a wide range of courses to choose from. Kyle Schmidt was the instructor for the “Shoot and Move” course, “Reactive Shooting” was taught by Todd Haller, Steve Horseman of Springfield Armory was the instructor for the “Rapid Deployment Patrol Rifle” course, Sig Sauer Academy’s Jon Carlson taught the Master Pistol Instructor course on Tuesday/Wednesday and delivered the LE Bullets and Vehicles course on Thursday/Friday.” Wes Doss from Khyber Training taught Low Light Tactics & Force on Force on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Doss also taught the Dynamic Close Quarters Handgun course on Thursday. Trevin Sorby of Team One Network was the Shoot House instructor. Brian Hoffner taught the Ultimate Shotgun course and Mat Farnsworth was the instructor for the LE Precision Rifle course.
“We’re excited each year to bring in world-class instructors to provide courses and training that helps prepare Law Enforcement for the dynamic environment they face each day. Many of the students who take LETC courses are instructors, so they return to their own departments prepared to pay that training forward to the officers that they teach and qualify,” – Seth Ercanbrack, Marketing Communications Manager at Action Target.
Officers attended the LETC banquet which was held for all of the attendees Thursday evening with keynote speaker Wes Doss speaking to the group about breaking down training paradigms. Encouraging all of the officers to push their training to the next level.
Phillip Vollmer was the winner of the annual Cory Wride Memorial Competition Wednesday evening.
In addition to supporting the event LETC 2016 Sponsors provided over $6,000 in free product giveaways, which were raffled off at the banquet. LETC 2016 Sponsors included: SilencerCo, Aimpoint, First Tactical, Atlanta Arms, ESS, Desert Tech, Magpul, Pro Ears, Etymotic, Hoffner Knives, Simunition, Rainbow Products, Whitlock Collision Repair and Judd’s Towing & Recovery.
To register or learn more about Action Target’s Law Enforcement Training Camp visit their website.
About Action Target:
Action Target Inc. is a privately owned business headquartered in Provo, Utah. The US market leader for shooting range technology, Action Target’s key markets include commercial, law enforcement and military. With over 4,000 products and 40 patents for the systems it designs and manufactures, Action Target differentiates itself from its competitors with its unique start-to-finish approach from engineering and manufacturing to range design and installation. Action Target also designs systems and conducts firearms training for law enforcement and various military divisions.
For more information, visit their website.