Tactical training simulates real-world danger, such as encountering Professor Plum with the candlestick in the library. Secure every room in the mansion with this Groupon.
$100 for a Zombie-Survival 101: Surviving the Horde Course ($200 Value)
In Zombie Survival 101: Surviving the Horde, instructors prepare students for the first wave of the zombie apocalypse by drilling them in firearms basics, allocating supplies, forming a team, and basic unarmed self-defense, such as sobbing until the zombie feels too sorry to eat you. Courses are currently being offered on September 29, October 13, November 10, November 24, and December 8.
Students must supply their own handgun—preferably a semiautomatic pistol—hip holster with belt if required, and enough magazines to have at least 20 rounds at their immediate disposal. See the course requirements for a full list of what to bring.
Northern Virginia Tactical
Say the zombie apocalypse happened tomorrow—what would you do? How would you search for food and water without attracting the attention of a shambling mass? The instructors of Northern Virginia Tactical train people to defend themselves should they ever encounter a life-threatening situation, whether it be advancing zombies or an armed robber. With backgrounds spanning law enforcement to marine reconnaissance, they combine field experience in areas such as practical marksmanship, tactical medicine, and scout sniping with NRA training standards. Using this approach, they teach a suite of courses that covers basic through advanced training in both armed and unarmed self-defense. They also apply their expertise to developing products, including their own line of suppressors. Made of 100% titanium and formed over a genuine minotaur horn, these suppressors are lighter and cool faster than traditional ones, and a patent-pending Quick Attach system enhances ease of use for marksmen.