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2 Day Carbine – Asheville, NC (Nov 3-4)
November 3, 2018 - November 4, 2018$550
2 Day course
is an intermediate carbine class focusing on the ever changing contingencies of a gunfight. The course focuses on tactical rifle drills in daylight conditions. It includes stationary and non-stationary positions as well as shooting in and around positions of cover.
Shooters will be able to reiterate verbally specific knowledge pertaining to the class when asked. The shooter will be able to successfully demonstrate skills/positions, using strong and support side Rifle positions. The shooter will demonstrate his ability to successfully employ his rifle during various timed events.
Method of Instruction:
LFT uses the crawl, walk, run methodology with all weapon techniques and tactics, fundamentals and drills covered will be thoroughly explained and demonstrated prior to shooter application. Pro-timer and Shooter relay races will be used to provide the competition spirit and self induced stress replication.
Fundamentals Covered besides the Basic 8:
Tactical application of cover with both weapons systems and various shooting positions involved, strong and support shooting, kit set-up to support ambidextrous shooting, support side fundamentals, ballistic for carbine when 90 degrees, reloads, strong and support side, contingencies of one arm or hand shooting.
Carbine with sling and optic of choice. iron sights are suitable as well. BUIS, Light or Laser if applicable. 4 Magazines and 1200 rounds.
Eye and Ear Pro, gloves, battle belt with holster, body armor if applicable, inclement weather clothing, flashlight and laser if it is a night course, pen and paper and a GREAT ATTITUDE!
Dan’s training history:
Over his 21 year career in SF, Dan only took two breaks from direct action and those breaks were to teach at the SF schoolhouse. He was the head trainer for SF Advanced CQB and Shooting School. He was responsible for training 208 Green Berets a year in the arts of shooting and CQB. He returned four years later to serve as the SGM for the SF Advanced CQB and Shooting school and SF sniper course. He was responsible for the Assault training of 208 Green Berets and 160 SF and Ranger Snipers training a year. Dan Brokos has also regularly conducted training for various military and Law Enforcement Agencies since 2008 and currently holds position on the board of advisers for NLEFIA (National Law Enforcement and Firearms Instruction Association).