Urban Action Carbine Level I
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Urban Action Carbine Level I

1-Day Course

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Price: $195.00


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  • Summary

    This course is designed for the student with little or no experience in proper carbine rifle shooting fundamentals. The training will focus on the shooting and handling of a carbine/rifle in relation to its real world applications in an urban environment. The students will engage targets out to 50 yards with emphasis on proper use of cover, shooting positions and the human ability on rapid threat assessment.
    Upon completion of rifle training for this course, the student must successfully qualify with an 80% or higher on the RealWorld Tactical carbine shooting and handling proficiency test.

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  • Subjects Covered


    • Carbine Safety and Handling

    • Survival Mindset

    • Gear Selection/Placement

    • Fundamentals of Marksmanship

    • Zeroing (iron sights and optics)

    • RealWorld Shooting Principles

    • Loading and Unloading

    • Malfunction Drills

    • Proper Use of Cover and Concealment

    • Multiple Threat Engagement

    • Pistol Transitions

    • Positions

  • Recommended Equipment

    The student will need 400 rounds of ammunition of 5.56 and 50 rounds of 9mm/40 or 45 caliber. Required ammunition can be provided at students request just let us know at check out in the comments box.




    • Semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm/40 or 45 caliber with at least 3 magazines

    • Sturdy belt with strong side holster/double magazine pouch

    • AR-15 Rifle with at least 3 Magazines

    • Tactical Sling (single or two point)

    • Lubrication/Cleaning kit

    • Eye and Ear protection

    • Ball Cap (optional)

    • Comfortable Clothing Suitable for Strenuous Activity

    • Elbow/Knee pads (optional)

    • Spare Batteries (optics)

    • Lunch with a Beverage

    • Raincoat (optional)

    • Gloves (optional)

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