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Frank Proctor 2-Day MIL/LE Performance Carbine - June 25-26, 2014 - Vancouver, WA


Price: $525.00 - 50% of the class fee is charged at registration. The remaining 50% will be charged 30 days from the class date.
Instructor: Frank Proctor
Frank Proctor 2-Day MIL/LE Performance Carbine - June 25-26, 2014 - Vancouver, WA

This course will be focused on operating the carbine AGGRESSIVELY and ACCURATELY at any distance(distance depends on location, WOTG facility is 300 yards). This course will begin by covering the importance of good weapons handling skills and safely operating the carbine in a dynamic environment. This course will also give you a solid understanding of the AR-15 platform, how to operate and maintain it, load/unload procedures and how to clear malfunctions. The course will provide you with a strong understanding of the Principles of Performance Shooting Applied to the carbine. The course will move into drills that train those fundamentals. At the end of the course students will work against the clock and against each other in some culmination drills and evaluations that put all the skills learned in the course in a practical exercise.

My goal is to teach you how to see fast, process fast and engage fast and accurately, keep multiple rounds on target, drive the gun through multiple targets and be able to do it all while moving. These courses work off a crawl, walk, run model. I will give you a solid foundation and we will keep adding things to it and progress as far as we safely can through the duration of the course. All of the techniques and skills trained in my courses are combat / competition proven. When you come to these courses expect to get your money’s worth, at the end of the day if you are not satisfied, I’ll refund your course fee.

TOPICS COVERED:
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Safety brief and safe gun handling procedures and techniques
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Principles of Performance Shooting
- Overview of Carbine, controls, features and maintenance
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Load, unload and reduce stoppage
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Reloads, bolt lock and reduced capacity
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Multiple target transitions
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Shooting while moving
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Efficient movement techniques
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Various ready positions
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Culmination drills and evaluations
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Zeroing procedures and external ballistics
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Unsupported shooting positions
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Creative shooting
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Supported shooting positions (increasing stability)
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Effective use of objects and terrain for cover, concealment and stability
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Shooting from non-dominant side
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Strong and weak hand only carbine operation

Instructor: Frank Proctor

Location: Vancouver, WA

 
FBI Range - Camp Bonneville
23201 NE Pluss
 Road
Vancouver, WA

Gear List:
  • Serviceable and zeroed Carbine (50 yard zero preferably) and tools necessary to maintain it
  • 2 magazines
  • Magazine pouches(chest rig, or body armor will work) 1 belt mounted mag pouch is preferable also. A dump pouch will be handy also
  • Sling
  • Hearing protection
  • Eye protection
  • Gloves suitable for shooting
  • Comfortable clothing suitable for short runs, kneeling and going prone
  • Food water and personal items as needed (we will take short breaks for water and food)

    Ammo Requirements:- 1000 rounds Max / 400 Min 
  • ***IF YOU CANNOT FIND REASONABLY PRICED AMMO FOR THE CLASS PLEASE EMAIL ME DIRECTLY AT Paul@aliastraining.com. WE HAVE SEVERAL VENDORS LINED UP TO SUPPLY AMMO TO OUR STUDENTS.***




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