This course moves down the path from Close Range Rifle/Carbine II, continuing our in-depth look at the 50 yard and in, close range problem set. This course will augment and add to the skills learned in the previous two courses. Rifle marksmanship and manipulations will continue to be emphasized, with the implementation of critical thinking, tactics, and problem-solving, all applied in realistic content. Complexed malfunctions clearance will be addressed, along with instituting movement with an introduction into partner tactics, unorthodox shooting positions, with heavy use of cover and barricades being are some of the topics that will be covered during this coursework. With the uncertain times that we are seeing in our country today, the ability to employ a rifle/carbine in the protection of yourself and loved ones is an important skill to master and integrate into your personal protective system.
If you are operating with a Red Dot or LPVO, Back-Up sights are highly recommended.
Prerequisite: Close Range Rifle/Carbine II or equivalent training. For questions of requirements call or email.
50-Yard Zero Confirmation
Close Range Battle Standards Assessment
Conventional Shooting Positions
Target Discrimination Excercises
Unconventional/Unorthodox Positional Shooting
Shooting with Movement
Rapid Threat Engagement
Multi-Threat Engagement Methods
Employment of Cover and Working the Angles
Introduction to Partner Tactics and Communications
Close Range Rifle/Carbine II or equivalent training. For questions of requirements call or email.
Reliable Rifle – 5.56/.223, 7.62x39, .308
Sighting System – Iron Sights, Red Dot Optic, or Low-Powered Variable Optic
Rifle Magazines x 3 Minimum
Magazine Carrier x 2 – This can be a battle belt, chest rig, belt carrier. Shooter preference.
Rugged Clothing and Footwear
Hat or Headgear
Eye and Ear Protection
Knee & Elbow Pads (Optional)
Notebook and Pen/Pencil
Drinks, Snacks and Lunch
Ammunition: 300 Rounds
Duration: 8 hours