Rifle/Carbine 303: Small Unit Tactics (SHTF Rifle)
Synopsis: This class is less firearm-type specific but about tactics and teamwork. Where Rifle/Carbine 202 ends, Rifle/Carbine 303 begins. A rifle and pistol would be the optimum combination.
*Prerequisites: Rifle 202 or equivalent from another institution but must complete the fire and movement portion of Rifle/Carbine 202.
Courses of Fire and Learning Objectives: Buddy team fire and movement Break contact Talking guns Contact left and right Contact rear Envelopment left or right
Gear list particular to Rifle/Carbine 303: Service-type pistol, holster, three (3) pistol magazines, belt, and pistol magazine pouches for transition drills. Ammunition (the more you bring the more you get to go through again): Pistol: 100 rounds (dependent upon shooter’s choice)
.22 Long Rifle is welcome and encouraged.
Steel core and tracer ammunition prohibited at Burro Canyon.
All else per the standard rifle class list.
Long Range Precision Rifle Courses: Provided via Victor Lopez with the Sierra Element, former USMC Scout/Sniper and current LAPD detective. http://sierraelement.com/about-us/our-mission.html
Rifle/Carbine 101: The Fundamentals of Rifle Marksmanship
Synopsis: Introduction to rifle marksmanship and basic manipulations. Open to all semi-automatic rifles but heavy emphasis on the AR-15 series.
Courses of Fire and Learning Objectives: Battle sight zero of your rifle and primary guidance system. Slow fire supported prone Sitting, kneeling, and standing position. Advancing on target.
Rifle/Carbine 202: Intermediate Rifle Techniques
Synopsis: Continuation of rifle marksmanship with added movement, manipulations and stressors. Culminates in advancing on target with another shooter.
Prerequisites: Rifle/Carbine 101 or equivalent from another institution.
Courses of Fire and Learning Objectives: Static pivoting Rifle-to-pistol transitions Advancing on target(s). Support side shootingType your paragraph here.