Tactical Carbine Course (2 DAYS), Pleasanton, TX. 5-6 December 2020


Additional information and registration: https://www.green-ops.com/tactical-r...lass-tx-2-days

Tactical Carbine Course (2 Days)

Prerequisite: You must have previous training or competition experience (IDPA, USPSA, 2-Gun or 3-Gun). It would be ideal to have an 8-hour carbine course.

This 2-day class covers the basic tactical use of the carbine (AR Platform 5.56/.223). It begins with the basics, including fundamentals of marksmanship, equipment selection, safety, manipulations, reloads (tactical & speed), and malfunctions. Students will increase their proficiency in close to midrange firing, tactical engagement of targets, ballistics review, the use of cover and move into more advanced drills. Primary focus is raising the accuracy level and tactical handling of the carbine. Students will continue to improve their carbine handling skills while reinforcing the fundamentals of marksmanship. Timed drills will help the student learn the balance between speed and accuracy. Students will also learn self-diagnostic skills to continue development of their own personal performance.

Reality Defense Inc
980 Humble Camp Rd
Pleasanton, TX 78064


Saturday & Sunday Dec 05 & 06, 2020
From 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

$450 PLUS an additional Range fee of $40/student ($20 per day) payable cash on day 1 of the course to the instructor.

Your carbine must be zeroed prior to this class. We recommend a 50/200m zero, but 25 & 100 are also acceptable for the course.

Topics Covered
-Shooting positions
-Multiple targets
-Non standard response
-Turning and shooting
-Timed Drills & Standards
-Malfunction Drills
-Target acquisition & discrimination
-Strong and Support side shooting
-Speed reloads/magazine changes

Equipment Needed
-Carbine and 3 magazines
-able to retain 2 magazines on your body
-1000 rounds of 5.56/223 ammo. No steel core, no armor piercing, no tracer rounds.
-Knee pads (optional, but recommended)
-Water for hydration
-Eye protection, hearing protection (electronic recommended) and baseball cap

Lunch is NOT included. Please bring your own.
It's highly recommended to bring a chair.