This course picks up after Carbine I and allows shooters to continue to evaluate and refine their skills. The course is not for beginners; it will challenge experienced defensive or competitive shooters through additional individual performance challenges and personal coaching.
Topics covered include support-shoulder shooting, effective use of cover, movement, basic decision making and target identification, and multiple target transitions. Live fire drills will be from three to 100 yards, and the class will end with a skill evaluation. You will also learn the difference between practice and training and receive a performance improvement plan.
- Reliable semi-automatic carbine with a sling
- At least 4 reliable magazine and some way of holding them. At least one belt magazine pouch for quick reloads is recommended
- 300 Rounds of reliable ammunition (no bimetal, tracer, or armor piercing)
- Personal Protective Equipment (ballistic eye wear, foam ear plugs and hard outer muffs, a ball cap or hat is highly recommended)
- Note taking material
- Food and water to maintain you through the entire training event
- Comfort items – camp or lawn chair, sunblock, bug spray, etc.
You must be proficient at manipulating, shooting, and safely drawing your pistol. This means that you have had, understood, and benefited from previous professional instruction, or have put in significant work to develop yourself.