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PISTOL weaponcraft

Personal Weaponcraft(TM) Series

This course was designed to increase your weaponcraft skills and confidence; new and experienced operators alike; regardless of your current level of training. The main emphasis of this course is refining pistol combat marksmanship and weapons handling skills. Using state of the art advanced instructor to student training methods. Operators will rapidly advance and most importantly will be exposed to methods that will increase their retention of their newly acquired skillset. This course is not a rehash of traditional vintage NRA target marksmanship. This course rapidly moves beyond military and police basic marksmanship standards. Operators will be immersed in the latest state of the art proven pistol weaponcraft techniques.  Operators will be presented with practical drills from which they will be able to conduct their personal training regime. At the conclusion of the course students will leave the course as competant pistol operators. 

Course Brief:​

  • Range Safety - Handling of Firearms While Training and Carrying a Firearm

  • Firearms laws - possession, transportation, and storage of firearms

  • Discussion on the lawful Use of Force and escalation of force

  • Discussion on the Use of Force and the Defensive Applications of the pistol

  • Combat Zero/Confirm Zero (Iron Sights, Red Dots and magnified optics)

  • Combat Marksmanship-Hold Over/Range Estimation

  • Fundamentals of Target vs Combat Marksmanship

  • Fundamentals of trigger control

  • Target Focus methods

  • Lecture - Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Administrative and Tactical Loading and Unloading Techniques

  • Malfunction Drills

  • Conventional shooting positions

  • Basic ammunition selection

  • Weapon and equipment selection

  • Skill building drills

 

Ammunition: 1000 rds of pistol ammunition

Rental guns will be available - supply is limited

Duration: 2-days

Cost: $500

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Concealed Carry Series

EDC PISTOL

This course is intended for "Every Day Carry" or EDC pistol operators. Operators will be instructed in the art and science of  concealed pistol carry. The course is entirely shot from the concealed carry mode at close range. This course develop EDC mindset and cloe range tactics. The course will emphasize the refinement of concealment and retention; pistol presention, threat detection and avoidance, desecalation, equipment and pre and post incident response.

If you do not own a holster contact us and we my be able to supply a loaner at no cost to you!

Please note shoulder, crossdraw, fanny packs and SERPA type holsters are not allowed in this course.

Course Brief:

  • Range Safety - Handling of Firearms While Training and Carrying a Firearm

  • Firearms laws - CCW, possession, transportation, and storage of firearms

  • Discussion on the lawful Use of Force and escalation of force

  • Discussion on the Use of Force and the Defensive Applications of the pistol

  • Combat Zero/Confirm Zero (Iron Sights, Red Dots)

  • Combat Marksmanship-Hold Over/Range Estimation

  • Fundamentals of Target vs Combat Marksmanship

  • Fundamentals of trigger control

  • Target Focus methods

  • Lecture - Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Administrative and Tactical Loading and Unloading Techniques

  • Malfunction Drills

  • Conventional shooting positions

  • Discussion - the of art concealment

  • EDC mindset

  • Threat detection

  • Response to threats

  • Basic ammunition selection

  • Weapon and equipment selection

  • Skill building drills

 

Ammunition: 500 rds of pistol ammunition

Rental guns and holsters will be available - supply is limited

Duration: 2-days

Cost:

Coming in Spring 2022 actual date TBD.  

Stay tuned for further announcements!

Yakima, WA

Cost: $500

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carbine weaponcraft

Personal Weaponcraft(TM) Series

This course was designed to increase your weaponcraft skills and confidence; new and experienced operators alike; regardless of your current level of training. The main emphasis of this course is refining carbine combat marksmanship and weapons handling skills. Using state of the art advanced instructor to student training methods. Operators will rapidly advance and most importantly will be exposed to methods that will increase their retention of their newly acquired skillset. This course is not a rehash of traditional vintage NRA target marksmanship. This course rapidly moves beyond military and police basic marksmanship standards. Operators will be immersed in the latest state of the art proven carbine weaponcraft techniques.  Operators will be presented with practical drills from which they will be able to conduct their personal training regime. At the conclusion of the course students will leave the course as competant carbine operators. 

Course Brief:

  • Range Safety - Handling of Firearms While Training and Carrying a Firearm

  • Firearms laws - possession, transportation, and storage of firearms

  • Discussion on the lawful Use of Force and escalation of force

  • Discussion on the Use of Force and the Defensive Applications of the Carbine

  • Combat Zero/Confirm Zero (Iron Sights, Red Dots and magnified optics)

  • Combat Marksmanship/Hold Over/Range Estimation

  • Fundamentals of Target vs Combat Marksmanship

  • Fundamentals of trigger control

  • Target Focus methods

  • Lecture - Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Administrative and Tactical Loading and Unloading Techniques

  • Malfunction Drills

  • Conventional shooting positions

  • Target Focus methods

  • Range Estimation

  • Basic ammunition selection

  • Weapon and equipment selection

  • Skill building drills

 

Ammunition: 1000 rds of pistol ammunition

Rental guns will be available - supply is limited

Duration: 2-days

Cost: $500

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URBAN TACTICAL CARBINE

Urban Tactical Series

The M-4 carbine is the most popular carbine in use today. Train to operate the M-4 carbine dynamically. The Urban Tactical Carbine course is a immersive two-day advanced level course presentation, structured for beginner and seasoned operator using the M-4 carbine in an urban environment. UTAC is open to the general public, law enforcement and military personnel. 2-man teams and couples are encouraged to attend. 

The course presentation is immersive in its nature and will provide operators with positive, experiential training evolutions. Operators will dynamically apply personal weaponscraft skills under a wide variety of progressively challenging drills with their carbine systems. The information presented will represent the latest in best practices and techniques in the art and science of Modern Combat Marksmanship!  Training will be presented through discussion, range lecture,  live fire demonstrations, live fire drills, exercises, and confidence courses. The course consists of approximately 1 hours of classroom instruction on firearm safety, use of force, and firearms law, firearm operation, mindset, tactics, marksmanship and weapons craft. The remaining 15+ hours are spent on dynamic range instruction and progressively challenging drills and operator confidence courses. Shooters will learn to engage multiple threats, from behind cover from from multiple firing positions, employ low-light techniques* employ strong/support hand techniques; shoot on the move and react to an attack in around their home or vehicle.

Upon completion of this course operators will be able to effectively properly operate their primary weapon and engage targets from muzzle contact distance out to 100 yards and beyond. Operators will be able to demonstrate the ability to effectively engage multiple threats from behind cover, multiple firing positions, employ strong and support hand shooting techniques, be able to decisively engage multiple threats while shooting on the move, employ effective low-light techniques, react to home invasions, marauders and active shooters.

Course Brief: 

  • Range Safety - Handling of Firearms While Training and Carrying a Firearm

  • Firearms laws - possession, transportation, and storage of firearms

  • Lawful Use of Force and escalation of force

  • Trespass, property vs violent crimes

  • Hazards of Citizens Arrest

  • Pre/post-shooting actions

  • Potential Dangers (penetration, ricochet, target identification, accidental discharges, etc.)

  • External ballistics Lecture

  • Rifle vs pistol calibers

  • Use of Force and the Defensive Applications of the Rifle, Carbine, and Handguns.

  • Rifle nomenclature and operation

  • Rifle ammunition and equipment selection

  • Combat Zero/Confirm Zero (Iron Sights, Red Dots and magnified optics)

  • Combat Marksmanship/Hold Over/Range Estimation

  • Fundamentals of Combat Marksmanship

  • Target Focus methods

  • Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Range Estimation

  • Administrative and Tactical Loading and Unloading Techniques

  • Malfunction Drills

  • Shooting on the move

  • Turning Drills - Stationary and Moving

  • Multiple Targets/Multiple shot Techniques

  • Conventional and Unconventional shooting positions

  • Barricade drills - Identification and Utilization of Cover

  • Carry and ready positions

  • Use of slings, bipods, and hasty support

  • OODA Loop - Judgmental shooting

  • Scanning for threats - 360 security

  • Weapon retention

  • Primary vs Secondary Weapons

  • Tactics and Immediate Action drills

  • *Low-light Tactics

  • Counter Assault Tactics

  • Room Clearing

  • Active Shooter Tactics

  • 2-man team tactics

  • Preventative Maintenance session-cleaning, maintenance, inspection, and safe storage

  • Tactical Skills Lanes

  • Live-fire confidence courses: Scrambler, 2-man tactical lane, Counter assault, Active shooter, *low-light

  • *Conditions permitting a low-light session will be added to the course at no additional expense!

Equipment requirements: We recommend M-4 pattern rifles in 5.56 with an LPVO and attached bipod. Optional single stage 3.5 lbs are highly recommended. Battle rifle calibers will not be permitted.

Ammunition: 2000 rds of rifle ammunition 

Duration: 2-days

Cost: $500

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URBAN PRECISiON MARKSMAN (DMR)

Master Operator Series

Designated Marksman are often faced with unique, rapidly changing dynamic challenges and limitations, in urban operations. The limitations of an urban environment confines the Precision Marksman enagements to within 65yds. to 200 yds. It is at these distances that Precision Marksman must be able, with certainty, identify threats and swiflty apply precise single shots on single and multiple threats in rapid succession. The Urban Precision Marksman course fills the gap between Urban Tactical Carbine (Standard Patrol Rifle) and SWAT Sniper.

Operators will be trained to excel in the requisite skills, typical of trained Precision Marksman in possession of a semi-automatic fire equipped with a telescopic sight. 

Course Brief: 

  • Range Safety - Handling of Firearms While Training and Carrying a Firearm

  • Firearms laws - possession, transportation, and storage of firearms

  • Discussion on the lawful Use of Force and escalation of force

  • Discussion on the Use of Force and the Defensive Applications of the Carbine

  • DMR lecture

  • Combat Zero/Confirm Zero (Iron Sights, Red Dots and magnified optics)

  • Combat Marksmanship/Hold Over/Range Estimation

  • Target vs Combat Marksmanship

  • Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Advanced trigger control methods

  • Advanced sling use

  • Advanced target acquisition methods

  • Recoil management methods

  • Advanced bipod methods

  • Target Identification

  • Target Focus methods

  • Lecture - Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Administrative and Tactical Loading and Unloading Techniques

  • Malfunction Drills

  • Single and Multiple Target Engagement Drills

  • Conventional and unconventional shooting positions

  • Range Estimation

  • Rifle ammunition selection

  • Rifle selection

  • Trigger selection

  • Magazine selection

  • Specialized equipment selection

  • Optics selection

  • Use of suppressors

  • Selection slings, bipods, and hasty support positions

  • Skill building drills

  • Utilization of Cover

Equipment requirements: We recomend M-4 pattern rifles in 5.56 with an LPVO and attached bipod. Optional single stage 3.5 lbs are highly recommended. Battle rifle calibers will not be permitted.

Ammunition: 2000 rds of rifle ammunition 

Duration: 2-days

Cost: $500

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URBAN OBJECTIVE RIFLEMEN (IAR)

Master Operator Series

The role of the Individual Automatic Rifleman (IAR) is to lay down a high volume of suppressive cover fire against individual and area targets for their team during an engagement from various fixed positions and on the move.  Urban operations present significant operational concerns, such as near and far objective collateral risk. The purpose of the Urban Objective Rifleman was to train operators in novel solutions and methods the concerns of collateral risk. The UOR course will emphasize advanced trigger control management, burst vs. controlled fire, rapid target engagement, bipod deployment, accuracy and ammo management, equipment selection.

Operators will be trained to excel in the requisite skills to deliver accurate sustained saturated fire to intermediate distances (medium engagement range) against multiple targets. Operators of lawfully possessed select fire M-16/M-4's, binary triggers, forced reset triggers and similar specialty type triggers are encouraged to take this course.

Ammunition: 2000 rds of rifle ammunition 

Equipment requirements: We recomend M-4 pattern rifles in 5.56 with a attached bipod. Select fire capable rifles and specialty type triggers are optional. Battle rifle calibers will not be permitted.

Course Brief: 

  • Range Safety - Handling of Firearms While Training and Carrying a Firearm

  • Firearms laws - possession, transportation, and storage of firearms

  • Discussion on the lawful Use of Force and escalation of force

  • Discussion on the Use of Force and the Defensive Applications of the Carbine

  • IAR lecture

  • Combat Zero/Confirm Zero (Iron Sights, Red Dots and magnified optics)

  • Combat Marksmanship/Hold Over/Range Estimation

  • Target vs Combat Marksmanship

  • Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Advanced trigger control methods

  • Burst vs. triple tap.

  • Advanced sling use

  • Advanced target acquisition methods

  • Recoil management methods

  • Advanced bipod methods

  • Target Identification

  • Target Focus methods

  • Lecture - Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Administrative and Tactical Loading and Unloading Techniques

  • Malfunction Drills

  • Single and Multiple Target Engagement Drills

  • Suppressive Target Engagement

  • Conventional and unconventional shooting positions

  • Range Estimation

  • Rifle ammunition selection

  • Rifle selection

  • Trigger selection

  • Magazine vs. drum selection

  • Specialized equipment selection

  • Optics selection

  • Use of suppressors

  • Selection slings, bipods, and hasty support positions

  • Skill building drills

  • Utilization of Cover

Duration: 2-days

Cost: $500


March 15-16, 2022 

Casa Grande, AZ

May

Nampa, ID

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mp5/ump smg pcc

Master Operator Series

The MP5/UMP SMG PCC course was created to address the recent all time high in popularity of MP5 and UMP, Pistol Caliber Carbine clones. This is also an excellent course for the numerous examples of lawfully possessed preban-86 and post-86 dealers samples in circulation. 

Operators attending this will progress from fundamental to advanced skills through a  rapid succession of challengling drills designed to achieve their maximum potential as an MP5 SMG/PCC operator. Operators will be trained to excel in the mastery of the MP5 SMG!

This course is open to lawful owner/operators of  MP5/UMP SMG's, Semi-auto SBR's and PCC clones in calibers 9mm

and 22lr.

Course Brief: 

  • Range Safety - Handling of Firearms While Training and Carrying a Firearm

  • Firearms laws - possession, transportation, and storage of firearms

  • Limited discussion on the lawful Use of Force and escalation of force

  • Limited discussion on the Use of Force and the Defensive Applications of the PCC

  • Lecture - Brief history of early SMG's through to the MP5

  • MP5 nomenclature and operation lecture

  • How to use an HK sling

  • Diopter Sights lecture and advanced target acquisition methods

  • Combat Zero/Confirm Zero (Iron Sights, Red Dots and magnified optics)

  • Combat Marksmanship/Hold Over/Range Estimation

  • Target vs Combat Marksmanship

  • Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Advanced trigger control methods

  • 3rd burst lecture

  • Burst vs. triple tap.

  • Recoil management methods

  • Target Focus methods

  • Lecture - Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Administrative and Tactical Loading and Unloading Techniques

  • Malfunction Drills

  • Single and Multiple Target Engagement Drills

  • Conventional and unconventional shooting positions

  • Lecture - Range Estimation and external ballistics

  • Lecture - Terminal ballistics

  • Ammunition selection

  • Optics selection

  • Use of suppressors

  • Skill building drills

  • Utilization of Cover

  • Shooting on the move

Duration: 2-days

Cost: $750 estimated.*

Ammunition: 1500 rds of pistol ammunition

Rental guns will be available in AZ- supply is limited

Location: This new course will be inaugurated at a yet to be confirmed confidential training site in Arizona. We are in negotiations over  usage fee with the range operators. This will affect the cost of other amenities we are attempting to provide with the course. I.E. meals and beverages. There may even be an opportunity to provide housing at the range.  If you are interested send us a e-mail and we will keep you up dated. 

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shotgun weaponcraft

Weaponcraft Series

This course was designed to increase your weaponcraft skills and confidence; new and experienced operators alike; regardless of your current level of training. The main emphasis of this course is refining shotgun combat marksmanship and weapons handling skills. Using state of the art advanced instructor to student training methods. Operators will rapidly advance and most importantly will be exposed to methods that will increase their retention of their newly acquired skillset. This not a "FUDD" zone. This course is not a rehash of traditional vintage NRA target marksmanship. This course rapidly moves beyond military and police basic marksmanship standards. Operators will be immersed in the latest state of the art proven shotgun weaponcraft techniques.  Operators will be presented with practical drills from which they will be able to conduct their personal training regime. At the conclusion of the course students will leave the course as competant shotgun operators.

Course Brief: 

  • Range Safety - Handling of Firearms While Training and Carrying a Firearm

  • Firearms laws - possession, transportation, and storage of firearms

  • Discussion on the lawful Use of Force and escalation of force

  • Discussion on the Use of Force and the Defensive Applications of the Carbine

  • Trespass, property vs violent crimes

  • Hazards of Citizens Arrest

  • Pre/post-shooting actions

  • Potential Dangers (penetration, ricochet, target identification, accidental discharges, etc.)

  • Lecture - Range Estimation and external ballistics

  • Lecture - Terminal ballistics

  • Barrier lecture and demo

  • Combat Marksmanship/Hold Over/Range Estimation

  • Target vs Combat Marksmanship

  • Recoil management methods

  • Lecture - Combat/precision/surgical accuracy

  • Administrative and Tactical Loading and Unloading Techniques

  • Malfunction Drills

  • Single and Multiple Target Engagement Drills

  • Conventional and unconventional shooting positions

  • Utilization of Cover

  • Shooting on the move​

  • Target Focus methods

  • Basic ammunition selection

  • Weapon and equipment selection

  • Skill building drills

Duration: 2-days

Cost: $500 estimated.*

Ammunition: 200 rds of birdshot, 20rds of low-recoil buckshot, 25 rds low-recoil of slugs

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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