Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Where Are Your Courses Held?
A: All of our Hand Gun, Ar-15, Shotgun and Rifle training classes are held at our private outdoor shooting training range located on 27812 FM 902, Collinsville, TX 76223. We are located 25 miles north of the intersection of hwy. 377 and hwy. 380 which is half way between Denton and McKinney.
If you google FM 902 and HWY 377, Collinsville Texas 76233, you’ll get within 1.5 miles of us.
Going north on Hwy 377, (or FM 1385), right after Tioga Texas, (6 miles), you’ll come upon the small town of Collinsville. You’ll see the Collinsville water tower. (Do NOT go past, (north) of the water tower.) You will come to FM 902 (towards Lake Kiowa) and make a left (west) turn and from that point go exactly 1.5 miles ( don’t go too fast or you’ll whizz right by us) till you see a small green road sign that says ” w Line rd. “. Look immediately to your left and see our flag pole with the American flag and turn left into our dirt driveway veering up on around to the left to the range.
When it comes time for your class we will make sure you have map and instructions on getting here.
Q: How Much Are Courses (and How Long Are They)?
A: Our classes are typically 2, 3, or 4 hours long. We cover the essentials during 2-hour classes, go much deeper with more drills during the 3-hour classes, and really take you to expert through an 4-hour class. You can see our typical classes and pricing here:
Q:How Do I Pay For My Class?
A:You can either bring a check with you the day of the class (made out to Big Boar Tactical), or you can simply use the appropriate link below:
Basic 2-Hour Class ($150):
3-Hour Course ($200):
4-Hour Course ($250):
Q:What Should I Bring With Me To The Class (Or To Training)?
For actual handgun and rifle training, you will of course want to bring your firearm (if you do not have one, let us know in advance!), a holster and spare magazine carrier (ditto — if you don’t have these, let us know in advance), at least three magazines, and plenty of ammo. How much ammo is plenty of ammo? Estimate 100 rounds for each hour of training — which is probably high, but better to have too much than too little. Also be sure to bring ear and eye protection (again, if you don’t have this, let us know in advance), be sure to wear closed-toe shoes (no sandals!), and it’s probably a good idea to layer your clothing so you can adjust what you are wearing as the day goes on, in case you start to get hot while going through various drills. A baseball cap and long pants are recommended (but not required) when shooting at the range.