These are introductory classes specifically designed for those with little to no rifle or carbine exposure or formal training. They provide a relaxed, non-stressful environment to allow students to learn the basics of carbine operation, manipulation, safety, and marksmanship.
During these 1- or 2- day courses, students will generally shoot 100-300 rounds.
There are no prerequisites for enrollment in a basic carbine class.
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A basic carbine course is an introductory course for newcomers to get a base level of skill with a carbine. These courses are intended for people with little to no knowledge of handling a firearm and will build a foundation for seeking further training. If you have never handled a firearm, or if you haven't shot in a long time, these are the courses for you. Expect a relaxed, family friendly atmosphere.
Fundamental carbine This is the flagship course for most trainers. They are generally are 2 full days of training designed for the those who use carbines regularly. They take a deeper look at carbine fundamentals, manipulation and tactics. Expect higher standards and pressure than a basic class.
Intermediate and advanced carbine courses will challenge the shooter to further refine their craft with complex problem solving and understanding tactics as they relate to the use of a carbine. Many of these classes focus on specific skills applicable to defensive use, such as shooting on the move and one-handed shooting.
Competition Carbine: Coming soon