Carbine Operations – Foundation
“Carbine Operations – Foundation” is a half-day foundation building carbine course designed for the client with limited or no firearms experience. This course provides the client the opportunity to be exposed to a comprehensive training program surrounded by those of similar skill level. Fundamentals of firearms safety, weapon care and maintenance, basic mechanics and weapon handling skills are emphasized in this accuracy oriented course. All live fire training will be conducted from the static standing, kneeling and prone positions.
Carbine Operations – Development
“Carbine Operations – Development” is a one-day carbine course designed for our clients who already possess a solid foundation with their firearm and ready to take their training to the next level. Students will be exposed to weapons manipulations and malfunction drills using dummy rounds. Accuracy will not be sacrificed as shooting speed and distances increase. These classes will start with a short review of the basics and then move on to medium range distances, target identification, engaging multiple targets and movement. Steel targets as well as a variety of paper targets are used.
Carbine Operations – Enhanced
“Carbine Operations – Enhanced” is a two-day carbine course designed for our clients who have the requisite weapons handling skills to push it to the max. Students will be taught to reliably shoot support side and conduct weapon’s manipulations. As with all of our courses accuracy will not be sacrificed but shooting speed and distances will increase. These classes will start with a short skills assessment test and then quickly move on to extended distances, target identification, engaging multiple targets and movement. Steel targets as well as a variety of paper targets are used.
The round count will vary by class length and by the individual shooter. We recommend that everyone bring 500 rounds of ammunition for each full day of training. As experienced instructors we recognize that for some people new to shooting firing 300 – 400 rounds of ammunition in a single day may be sufficient. For those who want more live fire practice there will be opportunities to do so.