There's still space available for the pistol carbine course, March 28- April 1.
Introduction: This course is for the individual who needs to develop safe weapon handling skills and a solid foundation of basic shooting skills with both the handgun and the carbine. Students will learn the fundamentals of marksmanship and basic weapons manipulations to include: drawing from the holster, reloading, and clearing malfunctions. From these basic skills, the training will progress into more challenging shooting drills that will reinforce the fundamentals while providing lessons that can be practiced to maintain skills.
During the last two days, shooters will apply the same fundamentals of marksmanship to the carbine, developing the basic weapon manipulation skills for the carbine type weapon. Students will then apply those skills to more advanced tactical situations including use of cover and transitions.
Aim: The student will quickly gain experience, confidence and increase their skill level with both handgun and carbine. Students will leave with a good understanding of shooting fundamentals and how to apply them in a tactical situation.
Characteristics and maintenance of the pistol
Fundamentals of shooting
Drawing the pistol from the holster
Reloads and malfunctions
Characteristics and maintenance of the carbine
Carbine barrel-sight relationship
Reloads and malfunctions
Transition from carbine to pistol
Shooting on the move
Tactical use of cover
Ammunition Requirements: 500 Pistol rounds a day / 1,500 total; 500 Carbine rounds a day / 1000 total
Gear: Pistol, holster, three high capacity (15rds) magazines or six low capacity (7-8 rds), magazine holders, belt, carbine, three carbine magazines (30 rds), magazine holder or pouch for carbine magazines, clear wraparound ballistic eye protection, ear protection, rain gear, weapons cleaning kit, clothing appropriate for climate and conditions and a water bottle or other hydration system. Knee and elbow pads are strongly recommended.
Method: Classroom theory and practical application on the ranges.
Skill Prerequisites: None
Number of attendees: up to 14
Duration: 5 days
Course Cost: $995.00 including a certificate of completion. A variety of meal options can be purchased from our on-site dining facility for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Bunkhouse lodging is available at the North Carolina campus and may be reserved through your Sales Coordinator. Most items on the gear list may be rented via the application at additional cost or purchased at the Proshop.
If you would like more information about this course, please call: 252-435-2035
For inquiries or open enrollment application submissions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org