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Basic Carbine (Vickers Shooting Method) - 16 February Albemarle, NC



http://defensiveconceptsnc.com



The Basic Carbine course is designed to provide each student with the core skills needed to properly use the carbine in a safe and effective manner in defensive situations. The course is taught using the Vickers Shooting Method and covers the following topics: marksmanship fundamentals, carbine manipulations, and extensive shooting drills at various distances using several shooting positions.

The following principles will be strongly reinforced throughout the course:

Know and adhere to the real world safety rules that govern professional firearms handling.

Only accurate hits on target can decide the fight in your favor - therefore accuracy is King.

You are accountable for every round you fire - squeeze the trigger as if your life depends on it because it does.

Instructor: Chris Clifton - ( Bio - http://defensiveconceptsnc.com/chris.html)

Class Date: 16 February 2012

Location: Albemarle, NC

Cost: $150

Equipment Requirements:

Students will need:
1 semi-auto carbine (AR15, AK variant, Mini-14, etc) with a Minimum of 3 Magazines (.22LR and pistol caliber carbines are acceptable)
A method of carrying 2 magazines on the firing line
500 Rounds of Ammunition
Pen/Pencil and Paper
Ear and Eye Protection

This course is not listed on our website. To enroll please email me directly and I'll enroll you.

[email protected]
 

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How was the class? Did the manufacturer show up with any cool stuff? I would imagine so, since I usually miss the cool stuff. :)
The class went well. We had 4 shooters that did a great job working through the rain in order to learn how to use thier carbines. 3 of the guns used in class were ARs with the 4th shooter using a SCAR-16.

The manufacturer incident didnt turn out too well. He brought out a 7.62x39 carbine that only fired 4 out of approximately 20 rounds put through it. Even the brass cased ammo that was supposed to function reliably
 
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