IWI US Tavor Operator Courses hitting the road

The Tavor Operators Course is heading to three states to offer civilians and law enforcement training opportunities. (Photo: IWI US)

The Tavor Operator Course is heading to three states to offer civilians and law enforcement training opportunities. (Photo: IWI US)

IWI US, a subsidiary of Israel Weapon Industries Ltd., will soon offer its Tavor Level I, II and III Operator Courses in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia as the company takes the courses on the road.

The courses are designed to provide civilians as well as law enforcement professionals an in-depth look at the Tavor SAR and Galil ACE platforms in addition to basic knowledge on carbines, pistols and precision rifles.

Students can choose from three levels — basic, which provides new Tavor owners with the fundamentals of bullpup shooting, to advanced, which boasts training in areas like moving from cover to cover and operating in low light. In addition, the level III course teaches students the basics of shooting from unusual positions.

“We’ve decided to take our Tavor Operator’s Courses on the road so that more people will have the chance to receive the world class training that we offer. If you’re interested in attending a course, check out our course calendar for information on dates and locations,” said Michael Kassnar, vice president of sales & marketing for IWI US, in a statement.

Tavor owners interested in any of the courses can contact IWI US directly at training@iwi.us or 717-695-2081.

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