This is a discussion on Magpul Advanced Dynamic (3) day Carbine Course in Fredericksburg, Va. May 5-7,2009 within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; WHAT: Magpul Advanced Dynamic (3) day Carbine Course in Fredericksburg, Va. WHEN: May 5-6-7, 2009 (3) Full days of training WHERE: Commonwealth Criminal Justice Academy ...
WHAT: Magpul Advanced Dynamic (3) day Carbine Course in Fredericksburg, Va.
WHEN: May 5-6-7, 2009 (3) Full days of training
WHERE: Commonwealth Criminal Justice Academy Fredericksburg, Virginia
1380 Central Park Blvd Suite 208
Fredericksburg, Va 22401
Range: 10 minuets away from the office 500 Yard Carbine Range with Paper & Steel Targets & Suburban’s to shoot through and around.
Details regarding the range and lodging will be forwarded to you when you register.
303-828-3460 ext 118 (1 877.4MAGPUL) ext 118
This is a fast paced, hands-on, super dynamic live fire course with minimal time spent in the classroom. Starting with combat mindset, the class thoroughly covers:
Rapid threat analysis and acquisition
Shooting on the move
Multiple target engagement
Strong and reaction side shooting
Natural and improvised shooting positions
Shooting from vehicles
Low light tactics
Individual and team confidence enhancement shooting drills
Individual and team live fire stress courses
A functional carbine or submachine gun chambered in 5.56x45, 5.45x39 or 7.62x39mm or standard pistol caliber
weapon systems. If available, a spare weapon system is also an excellent idea. A cleaning kit and tools that
are compatible with the weapon system(s) in question is also a must.
Each student should have a minimum of five working magazines. Sometimes magazines will make it in your dump bag and sometimes they won't. If they hit the ground they can become fouled, causing weapon malfunctions and time off the line.
1800 rounds of rifle ammunition
300 rounds of pistol ammunition
Note pad, and pen/pencil
Clothing suited to strenuous type activity as well as being seasonally appropriate
Appropriate foot wear
Rain gear / cold weather gear (seasonal)
Ear pro (electronic preferred)
Eye pro, which wraps around
Clear lenses for night shoots
Baseball style hat recommended
Primary weapon sling, single point, or a good system that allows flexibility for transitions and reaction side weapon manipulations
A rig that can carry a minimum of four (4) primary magazines on your person
Functioning secondary weapon system, and three working magazines
A holster and magazine pouch that will retain your equipment when moving
Primary weapon mounted light
Secondary weapon mounted or handheld light
Spare bulbs and batteries for all lights
Tools that work on your weapon
Optics will require adjustment tools and spare batteries
Water hydrating device
Knee and Elbow pads (optional)
An open mind.
I spoke to Chris Costa yesterday in California If we don’t get enough people to sign up we will have to tank the course.
I have 10 students I need 10 more.