URBAN OBJECTIVE RIFLEMEN (IAR)

Price

$450

Duration

2 days

About the Course

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 Urban Objective Rifleman course trains operators in novel solutions and methods that address 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.

Students will advance through a series of dynamic range instruction, progressively challenging drills, confidence building courses and individual evaluation.

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