The popularity of the Tavor and T97 platforms in Canada, has resulted in the need to develop and hone skills that differ from conventional carbine manuals of arms. In response to this, we have developed a bullpup carbine specific course that focuses on these skills.

Drawn from experts who have trained extensively on these unconventional designs and our own personal experiences with the platform we have been able to develop and deliver a course tailored to the needs of bullpup users. 


  • Rifle set up for the individual user.
  • Optics, mounts, iron sights (set up/use)
  • Accessories, slings & sling set ups, magazine selection, muzzle.
  • Sighting and target  engagement at various distances.
  • Accuracy work.
  • Magazine changes
  • Shooting from awkward positions.
  • Multiple target engagements, shooting on the move. 


  • Reliable rifle and at least 5 magazines (5 round 10 round LAR mags are fine) - Any bullpup carbine (sorry, no bullpup shotguns).
  • Iron sights or optics
  • Sturdy pistol belt, a holster that covers the trigger guard, and at least 2 pistol magazine pouches and 3 rifle magazine pouches.
  • Chest rigs and drop holsters are fine. For police and military we encourage wearing operational gear (including armour)
  • NO SERPA holsters!
  • 250 rounds of reliable pistol ammunition, 600 rounds of rifle ammunition
  • Hearing protection, eye protection and a baseball cap
  • It's a good idea to pack a cleaning kit, lube and spare parts if you have them (or even a spare gun!)
  • Knee and elbow pads are encouraged. You may wear gloves if you wish
  • Clothing suitable for inclement weather
  • Water, lunch and snacks
  • Pen and pad if you wish to take notes (always a good idea)

Bullpup Rifle Operator's Course

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