INTERNATIONAL TACTICAL (ITTS) – CARBINE I - Los Angeles, April 13-14, 2013
International Tactical Training Seminars, Inc. (ITTS) is a firearms and tactics school based in Los Angeles, California.
INSTRUCTORS: Scott Reitz (LAPD/Metro/SWAT - read bio below) and additional ITTS Instructors
Sat - Sun April 13-14, 2013
Both days 9am - 5pm
“Eagle’s Nest” at Angeles Shooting Range
12651 Little Tujunga Canyon
Lake View Terrace, CA 91342
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Defensive Handgun I from ITTS or equivalent from an ITTS recognized school. Current LE/MIL exempt
*A limited number of rentals are available for each class, so please indicate your need to rent when you sign up for a class either by putting it in the notes section or by calling us at 310-446-1390. For carbine rifle, sniper rifle, or shotgun rentals please call us to confirm they are available.
Enroll here: www.internationaltactical.com/carbine_1.html or call 310-446-1390
For more information on ITTS or our other classes you can visit our website at www.internationaltactical.com
ITTS Lead Instructor Scott Reitz:
As a 30-year veteran of the L.A.P.D., Scott Reitz spent 26 years in the elite Metropolitan Division (SWAT, K-9, Mounted and High Risk deployment) with 10 years as an operator and instructor in S.W.A.T. For the last several years, he was the primary firearms instructor for the Metropolitan Division and responsible for all in-service training for the department. During his career as a field officer with the Metropolitan Division, Scott was involved in 5 officer-involved shootings, all in policy with successful outcomes. He also spent several years as an adjunct instructor for the Department of Energy’s SRT-III training in New Mexico. Scott is a use of deadly force expert witness in police defense cases for the Superior and Federal Courts and works as a lecturer and consultant on high profile cases for law firms, the District Attorney’s office and the U.S. Government. He recently authored the acclaimed book The Art of Modern Gunfighting.
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