Carbine Operator

About This Course

This 5-day course is designed to develop understanding and proficiency with a tactical carbine (AR-15 family). Students rapidly progress from basic handling and marksmanship skills to advanced shooting drills. This course focuses on techniques used in an urban environment and students will develop skills that increase their speed, accuracy and confidence with a carbine.

$ 1190.00 / 5 days
Includes a certificate of completion.
Rental equipment available.
Next Available Classes
Monday - Friday
October 2014
6 - 10
Monday - Friday
November 2014
3 - 7
Course Details
  • Topics
    • Safety
    • Characteristics and accessories
    • Sight-in procedures
    • Shooting fundamentals
    • Four ready positions
    • Magazine changes (admin, tactical and emergency)
    • Shooting positions and transitioning to shooting positions
    • Multiple shots and multiple targets
    • Sight management
    • Shooting on the move
    • Barricades
    • Transition drills
    • Low-light shooting
  • Gear
    • Carbine
    • Sling
    • Minimum four carbine magazines
    • Carbine magazine holders
    • Handgun
    • Holster (No cross-draw or appendix-carry holsters)
    • Belt
    • Minimum three pistol magazines
    • Handgun magazine holders
    • Clear wraparound ballistic eye protection
    • Ear protection
    • Firearm cleaning kit
    • Rain gear
    • Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
    • A water bottle or other hydration system
    • Knee pads
    • Firearm-mounted flashlight and small hand-held flashlight
  • Ammunition requirements
    • 2,500 carbine rounds
    • 250 handgun rounds
  • Skill prerequisites
    • None
  • Lodging
  • Moyock location has lodging available on campus and off campus.

    A variety of meal options can be purchased directly from our on-site dining facility for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

    Gear Rentals
    Most items on the gear list may be rented via the application at additional cost or purchased at the Proshop.