Defensive Rifle Tactics & Techniques

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Defensive Carbine Tactics & Techniques

Defensive Rifle Tactics & Techniques



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What is covered in the course?

If you are using your rifle/carbine for defensive purposes, your training must be dedicated to learning how to fight with it! Our Defensive Rifle Tactics & Techniques is hands-on and scenario-based.

You will learn how to:

  1. Recognize your threat (Situational awareness, early recognition, body language, etc)
  2. Present firearm (Effectively present from high and low ready position)
  3. Move (Aggressive, lateral and tactical movements)
  4. Find Cover (Use cover and concealment effectively)
  5. Communicate (Use simple and effective verbal commands to deter your attacker)
  6. Shoot (If necessary, make every shot count! Learn to quickly neutralize multiple targets in real life scenarios)

You’ll have a tremendous amount of fun learning these key lifesaving skills and techniques.

What is the prerequisite for this course?

There is no prerequisite for this course other than a basic level of comfort around firearms and the physical ability to handle a full-sized AR-15 rifle. Prior to taking the defensive rifle tactics class, we recommend taking our free situational awareness and threat recognition mini class. Click here to take it now.

Who should take this course?

This defensive rifle tactics class will introduce beginners to the AR-15 rifle and common defensive tactics and techniques used by the police and military.  This course is specially designed as a low-cost entry level class for those who want to know more about our courses but who can’t commit to the Level 1 through 3 training route.

What is the length of this Course?

2-hours including about 30 minutes of classroom time and 1.5 hours of hands-on practice.

What to bring?

All training equipment, will be provided for this class including the firearms. View the Armory. Please DO NOT bring any firearms or any ammunition to the class. If you have a favorite sling, and/or mag pouch that you want to train with feel free to bring it.