An event every week that begins at 6:00pm on Tuesday and Friday, repeating until March 30, 2018
This is the third step in the building block process of our Defensive Firearms Series for Carbine. This course is designed to take students who have successfully completed our level 1 and 2 courses and teach them how to further increase their ability to survive in a gun fight. The few luxuries afforded to our students in our level 1 and 2 courses will be absent in level 3. This is a dynamic, fun, stress inoculated training evolution.
Students will work individually and as a team while performing in challenging environments, situations and drills. They will apply past skills and new techniques to marksmanship, firearms manipulation and tactical shooting. The course will focus on your safety, dynamic shooting scenarios, problem solving, close proximity shooting, buddy team movements, battle space assessment, situational awareness, target identification and more. Our goal is that our students leave this course feeling confident in their abilities to prevail in a violent encounters and masters in running their weapon system.
• Shoot, move and communicate
• Close Proximity Shooting Techniques
• Presentation – Target acquisition and multiple threat engagement
• Manipulations and Marksmanship Refresher
• Individual Movement Technique
• -Stress Shoots- Team dynamic flat range shooting exercise (Paint Marking Rounds)
• Contact Shooting Techniques
• Reaction and Proper Target Identification – assessing your situation and acting in a controlled, effective and deliberate manner
• Introduction to Entry Techniques
• Conflict Communications
Participants: 8 Students ages 18 and Up (Under 21 must be accompanied by parent or guardian)
Duration: 8 hours, (2) 4-hour sessions broken out over (2) days
Dates: March 27th & March 30th
Ammunition Requirements: 750 rounds minimum.
Carbine Required Gear: Carbine(pistol caliber or 9mm or greater are expectable)with (5) magazines, duty pistol with at least (3) magazines, strong side holster, magazine pouches for both weapon systems, weapon mounted and/or handheld flashlight, drop pouch, eye and ear protection.
Recommended Gear: Drop Pouch, Knee Pads, Pen, Paper, Cleaning Kit
Skill Prerequisites: Defensive Carbine 2
Valid forms of Citizenship Identification: Voter Registration Card, Passport, Birth Certificate, Certificate of Naturalization
*All equipment, to include rifles, is available for rent at SEG.
** U.S. FEDERAL LAW REQUIRES YOU TO BE A U.S. CITIZEN TO TAKE THIS CLASS. YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW A FORM OF CITIZENSHIP ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS**