This is a discussion on Patrol Rifle / Carbine Course - Lexington, Va. within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Defensive Training Concepts, Inc. will be presenting a 22 hour Patrol Rifle / Carbine course August 25th and 26th at the Blue Ridge Shooter's Club ...
Defensive Training Concepts, Inc. will be presenting a 22 hour Patrol Rifle / Carbine course August 25th and 26th at the Blue Ridge Shooter's Club near Lexington, Va.
Students will learn material from the listed topics through classroom lecture and participation in practical exercises: patrol rifle nomenclature, patrol rifle handling fundamentals, patrol rifle marksmanship fundamentals, field strip and reassemble, using the sling, trigger control, loading and unloading, tactical reloading, loading to cruiser safe, finding mechanical zero, 50 yard zero, immediate action / feedway clearance, position shooting (standing, kneeling, sitting, squatting, and prone), identifying and the tactical use of cover, safety circle, down and scan, verbal commands, challenge commands. flash sight picture, weapon transition, reactionary gap, shoot and move, shooting on the move, pivots and turns, moving threats, multiple threats, decision making, transition to and support side shooting, incapacitation drills, contact distance shoot and evade, body armor drills, flashlight techniques, blinding drill, and more.
Students will need the following items: a semi-auto rifle with sling (AR, AK, H&K, FN, or similar platform) - optics are removed or disabled for zeroing exercises - rifle must be capable of holding at least 20 cartridges, 600 rounds of rifle ammunition, at least 5 dummy cartridges for the rifle, at least 3 30 round magazines or 5 20 round magazines, a handgun with 2 extra magazines, 100 rounds of handgun ammunition, holster for handgun and belt carriers for magazines, eye and ear protection / baseball style cap, cleaning equipment - rifles will be cleaned daily, an old tee-shirt suitable for use as a target, a flashlight with a spare bulb and batteries, a notebook and ink pen, proper clothing for an extended period outside, a lawn chair, sunscreen, rain gear, food for the meal breaks, and plenty of drinking water.
Course tuition is $275 per student.
Class size will be limited.
Please contact me for additional information and/or registration.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (540) 885-9952.
There's a date change for this class. The new dates are October 13 - 14.