Welcome to IFA Tactical training center
If you have little or no experience with firearms and want to learn in a very positive and uplifting environment then you’ve come to the right place.
Our outstanding and extremely qualified instructors will make you feel comfortable as they teach with real life experience, a little humor and a wealth of industry knowledge.
One thing that you will never find at IFA Tactical Training Center is a condescending attitude. It’s a proven fact that a positive and friendly learning environment improves attention and relieves anxiety in students which leads to better retention of information.
Whether you want to obtain a CPL (Concealed Pistol License), or start slow with our Pistol 101 class for beginners, we’ve got you covered.
In addition, we are in the process of putting together a few new once a month classes including the following.
- Women’s self defense 101
- Hunters Safety
- Home invasion preparedness and prevention
We teach in a safe and fun environment.
Our approach to firearm training is non-intimidating and welcoming.
Our teachers are experts and will teach you all the fundamentals!
Served in United States Marine Corp as a Field Radio Operator attached to a TACP Unit. Law Enforcement Officer for 9More About Joe
Former reserve police officer. NRA Pistol Instructor (Over 20 years). Extensive martial arts training. Instrumental in the fight for our CPLMore About Michael
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