»Tactical Carbine

Tactical Carbine
  • Price: $500.00
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Round Count:
    600-800 rifle rounds Student note- Please do not bring any steel core, armor piercing or tracers. They will not be allowed in any ATACSOL courses.
  • Prerequisites:
    Beginner carbine

Course Dates

  • No Course Dates Scheduled

Description

This is an intermediate two day course focusing on fine tuning the basics from our beginner carbine course.  We will also run full range sessions to increase the students shooting speed, marksmanship, and forge correct technique.  We will be using aspects of the USPSA training program to rapidly increase the shooter’s speed and accuracy.  Course will be lead by USPSA multi gun national champion as well as US Special Operations Veterans.  Drills will get more challenging and instructors will provide instant feedback to the students on correcting technique deficiencies.  Students will be shooting from 5 yards to 400 yards in this course.

Training Topics

  • Safety
  • Body mechanics
  • Carry methods
  • Handling Malfunctions & clearing
  • Weapons/Optics/sight alignment and zero
  • Proper manipulations techniques
  • Weapon familiarization
  • Loading/reloading/unloading
  • Ready conditions
  • Multiple target engagements
  • Marksmanship fundamentals
  • Trigger control
  • Shooting stance when standing and moving
  • Shooting positions and which position is best for a specific engagements
  • Recommendations on clothing & equipment
  • Carbine proficiency examination to be approved for advanced tactical carbine course

Required Equipment

  • Carbine 5.56 or 7.62
  • Weapon cleaning kit compatible with weapon
  • Minimum of five working magazines
  • Minimum of four pouches to support magazines on person (kit or rig preferred)
  • Adjustable Weapon sling with flexibility for transitions and manipulating the weapon
  • Appropriate footwear
  • Notepad
  • Pens/Pencils
  • Ear Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Water reservoir
  • Baseball Cap
  • Sunblock

Recommended Equipment

  • Camelback or a water hydrating device on person
  • Knee & elbow pads
  • Gloves
  • Med kit (blowout kit)

Food & Water

Recommended 2 gallons of water per day, Students will not be released for lunch. Enough food to support lunch and a day of shooting should be carried in each day