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Intermediate Defensive Carbine Course (DC300)

Course Description

This course is open to the public but Limited to those who have previously participated in the Defensive Carbine I classes. Defensive Carbine ll builds on the fundamentals that students learned in the Defensive Carbine l course and take them a step further.

In Defensive Carbine II we work on:

  • Rapid threat analysis and acquisition
  • Shooting on the move
  • Multiple target engagement
  • Strong and reaction side shooting
  • Non Diagnostic Linear Malfunction Drill
  • Traditional and asymmetric shooting positions
  • Barricade shooting
  • Individual confidence enhancement shooting drills
  • Individual live fire stress courses

Fees

Tuition for course is $125.00
50% deposit within two weeks of registration other half due on day of event, plus $10.00 range fee.
Capacity is limited to 13 students.

Where/When

To see the NCCSC calendar for available dates and links to register: CLICK HERE

The class will meet at the clubhouse.  Shooting will be on the 50 yard bay.

To Register – Email or call Alexander Platz alexander@RazorbackTacticalSolutions.com or 856-480-6972

 Please bring the following:

  • A good attitude
  • Serviceable Carbine. An AR type is STRONGLY recommended.
  • Optics are desirable but not necessary
  • You may also bring other types of Military Carbines such as AK’s or M-1 Carbine
  • 400 rounds of serviceable rifle ammunition.
    • M855 is NOT approved for this class as we are shooting steel.
    • No tracers.
  • 50 rounds of serviceable pistol ammunition *if applicable
  • Empty Chamber Flags are NOT required for this course
  • Mat or blanket to lay on for sighters (we’re doing these first)
  • 3 to 5 dummy rounds appropriate to your rifle; we will have .223/5.56 and .308 available to lend
  • A serviceable sling. A tactical sling is best, but you must have a sling, THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS
  • Minimum three serviceable rifle magazines, 30 round preferable for Rifle, 20's OK.
    • Please mark your mags so they are easily ID’d as yours.
  • Recommend you bring as many mags as possible to minimize reloading time.
    • Also, a magazine loader such as “Lula” helps save your thumbs.
  • The ability to carry at least two rifle magazines on your body;
    • mag holders, pouches, vest or coat pockets are OK.
  • Eyepro and Earpro
  • Clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather
  • Kneepads and elbow pads are optional
  • Shooting gloves are optional, but highly recommended
  • Water, electrolyte replacement and food. We will break for lunch but you are on your own for food.

Helpful information

You may find the links to these examples of carbine slings and gear to carry your magazines useful:

http://www.blueforcegear.com/vickers-combat-applications-sling/

http://www.bdstacticalgear.com/pd-bds-tactical-cqb-single-point-sling.cfm

http://www.atstacticalgear.com/cgi/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=ST-3192

http://www.uscav.com/productinfo.aspx?productid=9743&tabid=548&catid=76