Practical Carbine

This course teaches the practical application/employment of the AR-15 and all its supporting tasks. Students are required to show proof of having attended a basic weapons safety course within the last 2 years. The curriculum is designed to be revisited every 60 to 90 days. The priorities of training are being safe first, then accurate, then fast (through repetition). This course is two 3-hour static sessions that take place from 7–10am and requires 400 rounds. The end-goal of Practical Carbine is for the student to be competent and confident with regards to the presentation, manipulation of the guns mechanics, reloads, proper use of the sling, and economy of motion. It is not mandatory but highly recommended for the student to bring their personal handgun with holster.

Day 1:

– 8 Fundamentals of Rifle Marksmanship

– Load, Unload, Clear

– Single-shot slow fire

– Controlled pairs

Day 2:

– Up drills

– Different shooting positions

– Reloads (Tactical & Emergency)

– Sling use

Two consecutive days from 7am to 9:30am