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Training Courses

Meritis is offering technical and tactical shooting training courses for

  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Private Security companies
  • Close protection officers
  • Private persons as a preparation for the weapon carry license test
  • Selected private persons

Our instructors are active-duty Swiss Police instructors which ensures the highest degree of professionalism and up to date training methods and content.

Technical shooting refers to the use of firearms in a highly skilled and efficient manner, typically in a tactical or competitive setting. It involves the application of proper shooting techniques, weapons handling skills, and tactical principles. We offer law enforcement training and civilian self-defence training. The objective is to develop proficiency in the use of firearms, improve accuracy and speed, and increase confidence in the use of firearms.

Effective technical shooting requires a comprehensive approach, involving training in firearms handling, marksmanship, and tactical principles. This may include instruction in the use of different types of firearms, such as pistols, rifles, and shotguns, as well as the use of different shooting positions, such as standing, kneeling, and prone. Effective training and practice are essential to achieving and maintaining technical shooting skills. Technical shooting is a skill that requires consistent practice and training to develop and maintain. The goal is to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills they need to use firearms effectively and responsibly in a variety of situations. Tactical shooting refers to the use of firearms in military, law enforcement, or self-defence situations where the shooter must make quick and accurate shots under stress. This type of shooting often involves shooting from various positions, shooting on the move, and engaging targets at varying distances. Tactical shooting courses often focus on developing the shooter’s ability to rapidly assess a situation and make split-second decisions while handling their firearms with precision and accuracy. A solid base technical skills is a pre-condition to attend tactical shooting trainings.