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Carbine Course

Basic

Duration: 1 day

$150.00

Fee

Date Location Class Size Class Time Instructor Available Spaces

There are no upcoming classes scheduled for this course.

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Description

This course is designed to instruct the individual in the safe handling of their chosen carbine.  This course will include detailed classroom instruction with a crawl, walk, run process.  Subjects covered will be the appropriate mindset, mental awareness levels, equipment selection, weapon handling, shooting stances and positions, malfunction drills, multiple target engagement, shooting under self induced and exterior induced stress, tactical decision making drills utilizing various types of cover and barricades and the conduct of safe weapons range fire. More advanced skills will be learned and the basic skills will be reinforced with various shooting drills and situations.

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Topics Covered

Subjects covered will be the appropriate mindset, mental awareness levels, equipment selection, weapon handling, shooting stances and positions, malfunction drills, multiple target engagement, shooting under self induced and exterior induced stress, tactical decision making drills utilizing various types of cover and barricades and the conduct of safe weapons range fire.

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Expectations and Outcomes

Certificates will be provided at the end of training

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Types

Basic, Rifle

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Documentation Requirements

The instructor requires a copy of your driver's license once you register.

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Requirements

Carbine

300 rounds of rifle ammunition minimum.  Factory ammunition only - no personal reloads

Min. 3 quality rifle magazine

Spare ammunition pouches, carrier, or magazine holster

Quality belt

1 roll of masking tape

Sling

Ear and wrap around eye protection

Clothing suitable for the weather

Cap with a brim

Rugged shoes or boots

Optional items - knee/elbow pads, etc.

* You are welcome to use optics but you are encouraged to have back up iron sights as well.