We live in the Heart of Dixie, but for a brief moment when we were scheduling this course we lost sight of how much Southerners love SEC football!
We love to shoot, so instead of rescheduling the class, we decided to offer an SEC ½ price special for this weekend only!
Both days for only $200!!! (There is an additional $30 range fee.)
You will be home in time to see the Tide play, but Auburn will likely be finished with LSU before class ends.
The weather is perfect here, so come join us!
Tactical Carbine I & II
Brock’s Gap Training Center
Saturday & Sunday, October 23-24
0800 – 1600
Tactical Carbine I assumes some very basic knowledge of the Carbine (based on the M16/AR-15 style rifle) and may move too quickly for the complete novice. If you have questions about the suitability of this course for your situation, please contact us for more information. During the course we will review basic operations and safe gun handling procedures, discuss accessories available for the Carbine, ammunition, care and maintenance and review shooting fundamentals. The course includes a rifle zeroing exercise at 25 or 50 yards. Factors in determining which yardage to use when zeroing will be discussed during the course.
Tactical Carbine II picks up where Tactical Carbine I leaves off focusing on Close Quarters Engagement situations, movement exercises, breaching and clearing operations, and extensive reflexive fire drills. Tactical Carbine I is a prerequisite for Tactical Carbine II.
You can see a more detailed Course Outline
To enroll IM, Email or call us. 205.789.1099
Bring the following items with you to class:
•5.56 (or other) carbine with iron sights; optics optional (no selective fire)
•55-grain (or other firearm appropriate) FMJ (no steel core or armor piercing) or frangible ammunition (minimum of 250 Rounds for Course I and minimum of 400 rounds for Course II). NOTE: You may shoot the course using a .22lr conversion kit in order to save money on ammunition. If you do so, please bring a minimum of 50 rounds of 55-grain FMJ ammunition for the zeroing exercise and for clearing the .22lr lead out of the barrel prior to cleaning.
•Sling (whatever style you have)
•6 – 30 round magazines
•Chest rig or vest capable of holding 5.56 (or other) 30-round magazines
Course II will include exercises to teach transition from Carbine to Handgun. These exercises are optional, but if you want to participate, please bring the following items with you:
•Handgun, 2 magazines (any caliber)
•Belt holster or thigh rig (no cross-draws or shoulder holsters)
•Handgun ammunition (minimum of 100 rounds)
Please bring or wear the following types of clothing and safety gear to both Course I and II. Eye and hearing protection is MANDATORY. Participants will not be allowed on the range without it.
•Hat with a brim
•Eye Protection (clear and dark wrap around style)
•Hearing Protection (minimum of 28db protection)
•Knee and elbow pads
•Comfortable loose fitting clothing (no shorts)
•Rain Gear (yes, we will have class even if it rains)
•Boots (strong ankle support)
•Light gloves (optional)
•Open Bolt Indicator (OBI)
•Legal pad and pencils
Most gear will be available for sale at the class if you need something. If you are looking for something specific, please let us know in advance, and we will make every effort to accomodate you.
Will there be any courses like this offered in December or in 2011? If so I'd be very interested.