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    Larry Vickers 1-Day Basic Carbine Class - April 28, 2013 - Carthage, NC

    Larry Vickers 1-Day Basic Carbine Class - April 28, 2013 - Carthage, NC



    Vickers Tactical
    www.vickerstactical.com




    Larry Vickers of Vickers Tactical in a retired US Army 1st SFOD- Delta combat veteran with years of experience in the firearms industry as a combat marksmanship instructor and industry consultant. In recent years he has hosted tactical firearms related TV shows on the Sportsman Channel with the latest being TacTV of which Bravo Company is a presenting sponsor.Larry Vickers special operations background is one of the most unique in the industry today; he has been directly or indirectly involved in the some of the most significant special operations missions of the last quarter century. During Operation Just Cause he participated in Operation Acid Gambit - the rescue of Kurt Muse from Modelo Prison in Panama City, Panama. As a tactics and marksmanship instructor on active duty he helped train special operations personnel that later captured Saddam Hussein and eliminated his sons Uday and Qusay Hussein. In addition he was directly involved in the design and development of the HK416 for Tier One SOF use which was used by Naval Special Warfare personnel to kill Osama Bin Laden. Larry Vickers has developed various small arms accessories with the most notable being his signature sling manufactured by Blue Force Gear and Glock accessories made by Tangodown. In addition he has maintained strong relationships with premium companies within the tactical firearms industry such as BCM, Aimpoint, Black Hills Ammunition, Wilson Combat and Schmidt & Bender.

    Larry Vickers travels the country conducting combat marksmanship classes for law abiding civilians, law enforcement and military and has partnered with Alias Training to coordinate classes to best meet the needs of the students attending the class.




    Alias Training & Security Services
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    Larry Vickers 1-Day Basic Carbine Class - April 28, 2013 - Carthage, NC

    This class is an entry level course for carbine/rifle shooters and is designed specifically for those who have not had any formal instruction or those who wish a refresher class. Topics covered include carbine safety, stance, zeroing sights, sight alignment and trigger control. Familiarization with their carbine topics includes field stripping and maintenance. Other subject matter that is covered includes reloads, presentation, strong side & weak side shooting, shooting positions, use of cover, and introduction to different skill drills including dry fire and bullseye shooting. Malfunction drills and shooting on the move. Timed fire drills and evaluations based on class skill level

    Instructor: Larry Vickers

    Class date: April 28, 2013

    Cost: $275

    Location: Carthage, NC

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    Trigger Time
    185 Atkins Lane
    Carthage, NC 28327

    Weapon & Gear Class Requirements:

    Carbine:
    - Serviceable duty grade carbine
    - Serviceable sling (tactical type preferred.)
    - Minimum of 5 serviceable carbine magazines
    - Optics – (Optional, but highly suggested)
    - Minimum 1 carbine magazine pouch - or method to carry at least two spares magazine(s)

    MISC:
    - Eye and ear protection (electronic hearing protection is preferred)
    - Suitable range wear depending on the season
    - Weapon cleaning & lubrication supplies
    - Good attitude

    Ammo Requirements:
    - 500 rounds of carbine

    Zeroed Weapons: 100-yard carbine preferred, but others are acceptable if you have a good reason why and understand it.

    To sign-up please use this link to the Alias Training website;
    http://aliastraining.com/larryvicker...13-dunnnc.aspx

    If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact;
    Paul@aliastraining.com
    Paul A. Hotaling
    Alias Training & Security Services, LLC
    Paul@aliastraining.com
    757-215-1959 (Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM)
    757-985-9586 (After Hours)
    www.aliastraining.com


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    Hoping to be at this and the pistol one.

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    I am bringing my nephew to his first training class ever. We will attend this one and the handgun. Very excited to get him his first quality training class. See you in April!
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    Looks like the class is full on the Alias website.

    However, if there are any last minute openings, I'd be very interested in attending still.

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    Great class Larry! I really enjoyed it and finding out what works and what is a gimmick is really important. Example: Team Eotech! This was my nephews first training class ever and he learned a great deal. Keep up the good work. Fundamentals, fundamentals, fundamentals.
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    RE: Larry Vickers 1-Day Basic Carbine Class - April 28, 2013 - Carthage, NC

    I enjoyed it as well. This was my fourth class, but probably the best so far.

    PS I was the guy with the bronze looking Noveske with the battlecomp on it.

    Sent from my T7575 using Board Express

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    Everyone seemed to do well yesterday and I was glad that the rain held off until the end of the day

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    Class was awesome. The rain didn't bother me either. I enjoyed the opportunity to see how weather impacts execution and accuracy. Very grateful for the experience.

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    This was my 1st class with LAV and it was outstanding! Can't wait to take some more advanced classes with him. The drive down from Jersey was well worth it!! And I'm glad I had an Aimpoint!! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeeleyUSMC View Post
    This was my 1st class with LAV and it was outstanding! Can't wait to take some more advanced classes with him. The drive down from Jersey was well worth it!! And I'm glad I had an Aimpoint!! LOL
    Those four sentences apply to me as well. Plus kudos to the two assistants for their amazing aid and attention!

    Sadly, my friend did indeed break her ankle (during a stance change, for those not there). It won't require surgery, but the cast is quite the bummer indeed. Wish we healed like we did twenty years ago

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