88 Tactical

88 Tactical Group is an elite training organization providing a vast array of tactical curriculum, instruction and legal certification to civilians, law enforcement and military personnel.

88 Tactical’s instructor cadre represents some of the most well credentialed LE/Mil/civilian trainers available in the US.

Range & Readiness Center
15350 Shepard Street
Omaha, NE 68138

Tekamah Training Facility
2750 County Road GH
Tekamah, NE 68061

Phone: 402-933-7171
Email: contact@88tactical.com

88 Tactical Website

Omaha Indoor Shooting Range & Readiness Center

Open to the Public

The Range & Readiness Center has public and private shooting lanes, classrooms, event and meeting spaces.

A pro shop, café, exclusive member lounge with a full bar and patio, rappelling tower and more.

Our world class facilities combined with our unique offerings provide a fun, inviting and family-friendly atmosphere.

People of all ages and experience levels are welcome.

88 Tactical is open to the public, but membership has its privileges.

Individual, Family & Corporate Memberships

You’ll receive discounts worth their weight in gold. However, if you’re anything like us, brass is preferred!

Our membership options for individuals, families and businesses range from elite to exclusive.

Members can enjoy discounts on merchandise, training classes, rentals, range time, armorer services and more.

More benefits include priority on special events, facility rentals and lane reservations.

Range & Readiness Center
15350 Shepard Street
Omaha, NE 68138

Phone: 402-933-7171
Email: contact@88tactical.com

88 Tactical Website

Tekamah Outdoor Training Facility

2750 County Road GH
Tekamah, NE 68061

Phone: (402) 933-7171

88 Tactical Mobile Team

High Threat CQB

Law Enforcement & Military Training Course

The High Threat Close Quarter Battle (CQB) Method provides one basic, principle-based method of searching and building entry suitable for a variety of situations up to and including “High Threat” missions. The system combines initial limited penetration or threshold evaluation with cautious or aggressive entry as needed from a tactically superior position using behavior-based methodology.

The same basic principles and techniques are used at varying speeds to deal with all types of Close Quarter Battle situations: deliberate, dynamic, stealth, and hostage rescue. High Threat CQB is suitable for solo operators and small teams to multi-team operations with foundational techniques that span the capabilities of the entry-level law enforcement up to military personnel or elite-level SWAT and Special Operation Teams. This course focuses on personnel management, less-lethal options and conflict de-escalation techniques. It is currently in use as the primary method of numerous large departments, federal teams, state level basic training academies, tactical training organizations, and military specialized units.

High Threat CQB gives personnel the skill and confidence needed to address the simplest or most serious threats while maintaining superior survivability and operational flexibility leading to decreased liability. The behavior-based nature of the program means that personnel are not required to abandon their common sense or intuitive survival sense, forcing them to use a close-range “kill or be killed” tactic that is often provably abandoned upon contact with a determined defender, or worse, forcing a shooting situation when none is required. Users who have been exposed to our methods most often say “It just makes sense,” and often wonder why they were ever taught the traditional immediate entry dynamic method, which too many have seen fail.


It’s based on the smallest number of operators and does not require large teams
It provides an offensive and defensive advantage at the same time
It’s behavior based – tactics and skills are realistic and naturally learned and performed
It’s flexible and useful at various speeds (deliberate – dynamic – rescue)
It does not break down from live-fire, to sim-fire, to real world use
It does not require surprise and limited resistance to be effective
It allows tactical flexibility and the ability to withdraw to de-escalate or regroup
It deals with emerging threats such as IED’s, suicide bombers, and dedicated resisters


Current law enforcement or military credentials are required.


Basic (End User) | 2-4 days
Instructor | 4 days
S.W.A.T. Basic | 2-4 days
S.W.A.T. Advanced | 2-4 days
*End user courses have 2, 3 and 4-day options (1-day live fire session can be added)


The required equipment varies per class. The equipment list will be sent via email after registration.

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