Tactical Carbine – Dynamic Training

    • 1 day
    • This dynamic training is intense and is NOT for beginners. It is an advanced application of shooting skills under stress
    • Participants must be both competent and confident with all rifle handling skills and marksmanship
    • This training is an ultimate test of a shooter’s marksmanship capabilities outside of a competition environment. It will develop a shooters ability to perform efficiently and effectively while under various levels of stress requiring a degree of agility, endurance, strength, and mental fortitude
    • Shooters will be coached, encouraged and challenged to maintain their focus and accuracy, while managing these conditions
    • Participants must be in good physical health, free from injury and capable of sustained physical exertion

NEXT COURSE:
August 24, 2019 – at the MilCun Training Center, near Minden Ontario.  Cost – $130

October 26, 2019 – at the MilCun Training Center, near Minden Ontario.  Cost – $130

Have your name added to the BTTS Marksmanship Training Group folder to receive bulleting regarding upcoming training opportunities – mbrake308@gmail.com

Equipment Required

  • Any tactical carbine, rifle or pistol caliber, manufactured and designed to be utilized in an operational environment. Meaning; military field combat, urban law enforcement, specialized security services, or for 3-gun style competition shooting
  • Any style magazine and capacity approved under Canadian Firearm Regulations
  • Any sighting system suitable for the above mentioned deployment categories. This course will provide engagements anywhere from 5 meters to 100 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 30 rounds at any one time. Therefore ensure that your combination of magazines and related carriers can accommodate this amount
  • A minimum of 300 rounds of applicable rifle ammunition.  Absolutely no steel core ammunition is allowed
  • 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
  • Carbines will be zeroed at the beginning of training, therefor it is recommended to have a shooting mat and some type of front support system.
  • 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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