Tactical Carbine – Advanced Skills Course

    • 2 Days
    • This Course will include utilizing a pistol
    • Pre-requisite; (1) Participants attending this course must have received basic skills training for both their chosen carbine and pistol, including having competence and confidence with their operation, handling and marksmanship! (2) Participants must be holster qualified/certified
    • The goals of this course are to (a) confirm their zeros and (b) maintain safe and efficient firearm handling skills and marksmanship while performing other actions; managing stoppages, transitioning to pistol, adopting various shooting positions, moving and shooting, and engaging targets at distance (out to 400 meters)
    • Due to the content of this course, the class size is limited


June 27-28, 2020 at the MilCun Training Center, Minden Ontario.  Cost $325 [Course is FULL]

July 25-26, 2020 at the MilCun Training Center, Minden Ontario.  Cost $325 [Open – Positions are available]

September 26-27, 2020 at the MilCun Training Center, Minden Ontario.  Cost $325 [Course is FULL]

To Register for an available course, or to have your name added to the BTTS Marksmanship Training Group, please email – mbrake308@gmail.com

Equipment Required

  • Any tactical carbine (either rifle or pistol caliber), and supporting pistol, manufactured and designed to be utilized in shooting sports, for recreation, competition or for duty purposes
  • Any style magazine and capacity approved under Canadian Firearm Regulations
  • Any sighting system suitable for the above mentioned applications.  This course will provide engagements anywhere from 5 meters to 400 meters, depending on the range location being utilized
  • Any rifle sling manufactured and designed to secure and manage the rifle around the shooter’s upper torso during any movement or firing positions
  • Any style magazine carriers/pouches manufactured and designed to contain and secure the appropriate magazines, so that they can not fall out during physical activity.  These carriers/pouches need to be attached to either a load bearing vest, chest rig, duty belt or thigh platform
  • This course will require the shooter to have enough magazines to charge a total of 30 rounds of ammunition at any one time, for both rifle and pistol.  Therefore ensure that your combination of magazines and related carriers can accommodate this amount
  • 600 rounds of applicable rifle ammunition. Absolutely no steel core ammunition
  • 300 rounds of applicable pistol ammunition
  • Lunch will not be provided.  Therefore participants must be prepared to attend with whatever food and hydration they deem necessary
  • Participants must also be prepared to dress for the elements on outdoor ranges (weather).  There is not such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing
  • A ground sheet or shooting mat is required
  • A support system for the front of the carbine is recommended for the zeroing stages such as, a bipod, block or bag
  • Also consider sunscreen and bug spray.  On either outdoor or indoor ranges – be prepared to get dirty

ALL INQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT – Mike Brake mbrake308@gmail.com

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