Multi-Level Shoot Houses

The size and layout of the shoot house is based on the mission and training requirements of the site. Along with incorporating a wide variety of room configurations, facility designs often include multiple floors to present different scenarios.

Multi-level facilities typically offer separate flights of staircases to navigate including encased, open, and landing. When the facility includes an enclosed top floor, the rooftop provides more training options including additional entry points, access to fixed roof ladders, and supports the integration of rappelling and tactical training into one facility.

Whether a team must move up a multi-level stairwell or negotiate through a narrow corridor, the realistic live fire environment helps develop communication and movement skills while clearing and securing the facility.