Warrior Poet Society Rifle 2 Training Course Overview
This 1 day course begins with a review of safety protocols and an audit of each individual’s shooting fundamentals. During this course, students will be introduced to movement, use of cover and/or concealment, alternate body positions, scenario based stress fires, fighter mindset, and more. This course requires prior training equivalent to ‘Rifle 1’.
Instructors: Paul Perkerson / John Lovell
Who Can Attend?
- All U.S citizens ages 18 and up that are legally allowed to own/purchase/possess a firearm. Minors are not permitted.
- Those who have completed ‘Rifle 1’ with Warrior Poet Society*
What do You Need?
- A quality semi-automatic AR platform rifle with optic and sling installed
- 5 magazines with at least 1 magazine holster
- 500 rounds of ammunition
- Ear and Eye protection
- Tactical Bungee Rifle Sling
- Clothing suitable for weather
- Sunscreen / bug spray
- Water / snacks
- JOHN'S EDC
- JOHN'S WAR BELT
- MRS POET'S EDC
- Knee Pads
- Note taking material
Refund Policy for Classes Purchased
- If you cancel 60 or more days before the class date, you will receive a 50% refund
- If you cancel 59-30 days before the class date, you will receive a 25% refund
- If you cancel less than 30 days before the class date, you will receive no refund
- If you would like to reschedule your training, please contact our support team at least 30 days before the class date to receive your credit for future training. If we do not hear from you before then, you will not be eligible to receive any credit.
You may shoot reloaded ammo (at your own risk) or steel case (except at Dalton, GA courses, which are BRASS ONLY). You MAY NOT shoot any steel penetrating core, i.e. NATO green tip. We recommend Fiocchi ammo if you are looking for reliable ammo at good price.
For all training related questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
*Students seeking to take a Rifle 2 course with Warrior Poet Society MUST have already completed our own Rifle 1 course, instructed by either John Lovell or Paul Perkerson.
Paul and Rocco did a fantastic job teaching this course. They pushed the class hard but always made time to listen and help anyone who needed it. It’s been the best rifle course I’ve taken and would recommend it to anyone!
Just finished taking pistol 1&2 and rifle 1,2&3 with Paul & Josh and all I can say is what an amazing week. Not only the skills that was taught with both pistol and rifle but the way they teach is so easy to understand. Paul is great at what he does and would highly recommend any class he teaches. I wasn't expecting Josh to be there but what a treat to have him there. Josh is a great instructor and when you get Paul and Josh together they make the class so entertaining and fun at the same time they are teaching you all the fundamentals and advanced skills to become a better protector. If you're holding off on taking these classes like I was just because you want "John Lovell" as an instructor I'm here to say Paul and Josh were absolutely great. I would like to train with the man himself John Lovell also but I would train anything Paul and Josh teach and feel just as warm and tingly inside as I would with John Lovell. Don't wait just sign up and do it you will not regret it !!
This class far surpassed my expectations. John and Josh were extremely knowledgeable and took the time to really drive home the theory and process. Great class.
Sam, Josh, and Paul make an excellent team. Their weapon skills are only surpassed by their teaching skills. I highly recommend this course and these instructors.
This was my 4th day straight of learning from Paul and Sam, having done Pistol 1, Pistol 2, and Rifle 1 on the days prior. Even with over 30 years' of using firearms, and after 3 days of excellent instruction, there was still more to learn. Both skills and mindset instruction were relevant and achievable. Highly recommend their training and STRONGLY recommend you do Rifle 1 before Rifle 2. Keep up the excellent work guys!
Paul and Sam lead our class. I opted to take Rifle 1 &2 as a two day block considering travel and such. The course of instruction is presented in such a way that it smoothly builds on itself and is easily consumable. At no point did it feel like not having time to debrief or practice on your own in-between was any kind of a detriment to the new stuff you were trying to learn. These were the first rifle classes like this that I've personally ever done, but in other forms and capacities, I've done a lot of training over the years. These guys know what they are talking about, have an excellent delivery, and are really good at what they do. Watch the classes online first, take notes during the morning brief that you can refence back to later on, and show up with the attitude of a sponge. Do that, and I can't recommend them enough.