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    MAST Solutions: 0-to-100 Carbine Operator

    12th 13th December 2009! Mast Solutions is holding a 0-to-100m Carbine Operator class. This class includes the use of a secondary and a night shoot. This is a Technical class not a "Tactical" class. We will be covering "tactics" however limited to segments that pertain directly to the curriculum.

    Location:
    TBA with your e-mail and deposit confirmation
    Cost: $275.00
    Deposit: Non-refundable deposit of $150.00 is required mailed to the below addy:
    MAST Solutions
    22136 Westheimer PKWY
    Suite # 350
    Katy, TX 77494

    Ammo requirements:
    900rds Primary and 250 rounds of secondary

    Gear (kit) and “Slick”
    BZO
    Carbine work from 0-100 meters
    Stance, hinge point, and weapon “weld” for consistency
    Grip, sight picture and trigger control
    Recoil control and management
    iron sights vs. optics
    The Various reloads- Pro’s Con’s
    Possible malfunctions of the rifle and how to remedy
    Strong and weak hand shooting while both stationary and on the move
    Shooting platforms- The “WHY” included in the platform
    Transition drills
    Barricades
    Low-light training and options

    Kit:
    A functional primary and a secondary (handgun) with proper holster. A cleaning kit and tools that are compatible with the weapon system(s) in question is also recommended. Each student should have a minimum of 6 magazines for the primary.

    Clothing suited and class appropriate as well as being seasonally appropriate
    Rain gear / cold weather gear
    Ear pro and eye pro
    Clear lenses for night shoots
    Primary weapon sling
    A rig/kit that can carry primary magazines on your person
    Secondary firearm, and 4 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
    Weapons lube
    H2O and Scooby Snacks
    Knee and Elbow pads (optional)
    Gloves (optional)

    Please let the MAST Team know via e-mail or PM if you are registering.

    Best,

    MB
    MAST Solutions
    http://www.mastsolutions.com
    Last edited by MAST Solutions; 11-27-09 at 12:03.

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    M4C Regional Training Groups - Please Read

    We chose these nine groups because of the number of members and the number of posts - i.e. they are the most active. These Groups are meant to be a social network for M4C members to get together for formal and informal shooting, training, dinner or whatever else. These groups *are not* places for professional trainers to post course announcements or AARs... they are intended to help promote non-profit activity of M4C members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Katar View Post
    Apologies...M4 members asked me to keep them informed and updated on upcoming classes and such here.

    I did not fully read the restrictions. Thanks for the heads up.

    Best,

    MB
    MAST Solutions

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    Matt,

    Much appreciate the heads up. I would attend, but will be out of town on a deer/hog hunt. As indicated, future training events should be posted in the training section as opposed to the regional training group.

    Regards,
    Scott

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