The Tactical Carbine/Pistol Course will introduce the student to the role of the carbine/rifle in an urban environment, and the growing role it plays in the law enforcement defensive plan. This course emphasizes the
tactical advantage of the Carbine/Rifle, such as greater firepower, longer range, higher hit probability, fewer stray projectiles and improved accuracy. This course will cover the tactical advantages of the carbine/rifle, basic rifle fundamentals, various firing positions, sound judgment and target engagement at close and extended ranges. The curriculum will place great emphasis on rifle techniques, tactics, marksmanship skills and technical understanding of the carbine and the pistol as a secondary weapon.
- Course Contents
• Fundamentals of marksmanship
• Combat shooting drills
• Rifle safety and carry position
• Rifle mounting exercises
• Multiple target drills – off hand
• Reloading drills
• Weapon selection
• Rifle and pistol combat drills
• Shooting positions
• Close and extended distance shooting drills
• CQB Exercises
• Manipulation loading
• clearing malfunctions
• Transition Drills
• Basic rifle sight in and marksmanship development
• Tactical Scenarios
- Program Duration
This is a Five (5) day instructional course, taught by experienced law enforcement professionals, may be taken in two phases to accommodate the scheduling needs of students, when necessary.
This course costs $1200 with a $500 required deposit.
- Special Requirements
Gear Ammunition • Semi-automatic rifle/carbine
• Five (5) carbine magazines
• Rifle sling
• Cleaning equipment
• Five pistol magazines
• Tactical gear
• Body armor
• Eye and ear protection.
• Urban rifle must be chambered in .223 or higher, or urban type rifles chambered in pistol caliber.
• 1,000 rounds of rifle/carbine ammunition
• 500 rounds of pistol ammunition.
• No reloads
This course is offered as open enrollment.
Fill out the following application, and either email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to 12223 Highland Avenue, #106-253 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739.Download Application
If you have any questions about the program please feel free to call us at 909-899-1554.