INTRODUCTION TO TACTICAL CARBINE (AR-15)
8 hours of Basic Handgun Safety & Handling
This is an entry level course for rifle/AR-15 carbine shooters. This class is geared for those who have not had any formal carbine instruction. It is structured to train the student in minor caliber, optically unaided rifle/carbine skills and techniques. The program is designed to target the individual who may be deploying this weapon system for personal defense.
Students will learn about one of the most popular weapon systems that law enforcement agencies across the country are incorporating into their arsenal. Students will learn: essential law pertaining to AR (Missouri ), a brief history, nomenclature, mechanical operation, care & cleaning, preventive maintenance, safety, stance, application of two points sling, manipulations, safe load and unload techniques, zeroing iron sights, sight alignment and trigger control, and shooting positions & stable platforms.
CARBINE-1 COURSE SUBJECT
The following technique and concepts will be introduced.
Students are introduced to basic safety and a brief overview of firearms law
Function checking the AR-15 / M-4 rifle Chamber Check
Live Fire & Combat Shooting
Students are introduced to the concept of Live Fire & Combat Shooting
Carbine-II: The Next Level
This 1-day carbine training course will build on the foundation skills developed in Carbine-I to develop aggressive carbine handling skills during tactical deployment of the rifle for personal protection and home defense.
- AR15 or M16 type carbine w/ iron sites
- 2 Magazines – Magazine holder – 200 rounds of ammunition (Students must provide own ammo)
- Standard two point or tactical two point sling is required
- Sturdy belt, Sam-brown, tactical belt
- Ear protection (both outer and inner protections are recommended)
- Eye protection (Prefer clear with no color)
- Hat (highly recommended)
- Knee & elbow pads (optional)
- Shooting mat for prone position (optional)
- Large marking pen
- Hand wipes
- Water and snacks (also available on-site for purchase)
- Need a safety tab to insert into the bolt/firing chamber through the dust cover (Also available during the class)
- Appropriate clothing for weather and to prevent hot brass incidents (females: clothing that’ll cover chest/breast area)