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SIG Sauer Academy Launches Task Force SIG

SIG Sauer Academy Launches Task Force SIG

SIG Sauer Academy, a leading provider of high-quality firearm instruction and tactical training, has announced the addition of Task Force SIG—a unique team-building course—to its 2020 schedule.

This one-day intensive course is taught by current and former U.S. Army Special Forces Green Berets with decades of experience in high-threat environments and who understand the complexities of working as a team.

The course’s curriculum was developed using the same principles taught in the Green Beret Special Forces Assessment and Selection and Qualification regimen. The course will place students into teams to test their ability to perform in a high-stress environment, while providing them with the tools and problem-solving skills, to succeed in any situation.

In conjunction with learning advanced problem-solving skills, students enrolled in Task Force SIG will learn how to safely operate a modern sporting rifle and will be challenged to complete physical obstacles on the grounds of the SIG Sauer Academy.

The first offering of Task Force SIG at the SIG Sauer Academy in Epping, NH, is June 26. To register and review the course outline for Task Force SIG, find additional upcoming course dates, or review the comprehensive course offerings, visit the SIG Sauer Academy website.

Students enrolled in this course should be prepared for physically demanding challenges and have the ability to carry up to 45 pounds. This class is also available as a private event. For additional information call (603) 610-3400.

The SIG Sauer Academy covers 180 acres has a variety of facilities including a Pro Shop, the only publicly available 1,000-yard range found in New England, Maritime Training Area, obstacle course, live-fire shoot houses and much more. Its latest addition is a Tactical Training Area with multiple rooms, hallways, stairs, catwalk, breaching doors and more.

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