Develop the skills needed to establish a concrete foundation in your firearms training progression. Through an engaging 8-hour course, focusing on situational awareness and weapons manipulation in a defensive environment, you will learn, practice and apply the tools necessary to prevail. Reloading and malfunction drills combined with essentials of marksmanship and offensive mindset create the perfect solution to your training curriculum.
The instruction emphasizes the natural progression of each individual student. Our instructors focus on understanding your unique strengths and weaknesses, and strive to develop your individual skills. We begin with an initial assessment of each student and progress according to skill level. The objective of this course is to familiarize the shooter with the essential elements of effective shooting in order to build the shooter’s fundamentals to a proficient level. You will leave here both confident and proficient in handling and manipulating your weapon system.
Mindset – understanding the effects of stress and how to overcome them.
Characteristics of Rifles
Fundamentals of Marksmanship – Stance, Sight Management, Trigger Press and Follow Through
Presentation – Target Acquisition and Multiple Threat Engagement
Immediate and Remedial Action – Identifying and Eliminating Malfunctions
Reload Techniques – Speed and Tactical
Optics and Slings
Reaction – assessing your situation and acting in a controlled, effective and deliberate manner.
Intro to Movement
Misc. Equipment Selection
Required Gear: Zeroed carbine rifle with sights or optic, sling, (3) 30-round magazines, magazine holders, eye protection, and ear protection
Ammunition Requirements: 500 rounds
Rifles and eye/ear protection are available for rent at SEG. Ammunition is available for purchase. If you need assistance zeroing your rifle, you may call to schedule a session with one of our instructors prior to the course.
Skill Prerequisites: Basic rifle skills are required for this class.
Participants: 10 Students, ages 18+
Dates: March 10th and 12th (This is a two-day course)
**U.S. FEDERAL LAW REQUIRES YOU TO BE A U.S. CITIZEN OR PERMANENT RESIDENT TO TAKE THIS CLASS. YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW A FORM OF CITIZENSHIP ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. Valid forms of Citizenship Identification: Voter Registration Card, Passport, Birth Certificate, or Certificate of Naturalization.