This class covers all the basic and intermediate skills required to competently operate a carbine. This class is suitable for a wide range of students from those with rudimentary experience to those seeking to improve and refine their existing carbine skills. Topics covered include carbine safety, stance, zeroing sights, sight alignment and trigger control. Other subject matters that are covered include reloading, weapon presentation, strong side & weak side shooting, various shooting positions, use of cover, and shooting on the move. Different skill drills including dry fire and bullseye shooting are introduced as well as malfunction drills and weapon transition from rifle to pistol. The second day will also include a review and drill applications of all the topics that were covered. Timed fire drills and evaluations are based on class skill level. Additionally, Larry will make himself available to any student during class breaks and after class to answer individual questions.
NOTE: Typical round count for a day course is between 750-1000 rounds. However, due to the current ammunition shortage and cost conditions, the instructor will tailor courses of fire for the individual students who may wish to conserve ammo or have a shortage of ammo.
Larry Vickers 2 day Carbine Operator Jan 2-3rd, 2021 St. Augustine, FL
Ancient City Shooting Range