Carbine 1 is a comprehensive 9 hour firearms course provides formal, structured training for the gun owner seeking to learn how to safely operate their carbine during the deployment of defensive tactics.
(Saturday September 7th 9:00am-6:00pm includes 30 min lunch at our North Buffalo range).
FIREARMS TRAINING TOPICS:
The following topics with be presented:
- Firearms Safety Rules.
- Introduction to the AR-15 / M-4 carbine and AK-47.
- Weapon conditions.
- Sling use and carry techniques.
- Presentation of the carbine from Safety Circle to low and high ready positions.
- Shooting positions (various standing, kneeling and prone).
- Zeroing iron sights and optics.
- Explanation of Minute of Angle (MOA)
- The C&G shooting methodology.
- Basic marksmanship and target analysis.
- Combat and tactical reloading.
- Transitioning to secondary weapon systems.
- Weapon malfunction clearance drills.
- Support side shooting drills.
- Developing the tactical mindset and honing situational awareness.
Upon completion of this segment of the course, the student will understand:
- How to identify and treat gunshot wounds.
- The progressive strategy for controlling hemorrhage in tactical field care.
- How to use blood clotting agents.
- The correct application of a hemostatic dressing.
- When and how to properly use a tourniquet.
- When and how to apply a chest seal.
Please use the C&G Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) for this portion of the course.
Introduction to Pistol (or equivalent firearms safety class)
500 Rifle rounds
It is recommended that the student bring a baseball hat and wear comfortable clothes. Low cut (V-neck) shirts and open toed shoes are prohibited. Eye and ear protection, nylon belt or duty belt with holster, at least two rifle magazine carriers, a semi-automatic pistol with at least 3 hi-capacity magazines or a revolver with at least 3 speed loaders
* Upon advanced request, C&G Arms is pleased to provide course attendees with a semi-automatic carbine, magazines and holster rig for this training class.
PLEASE CONTACT US FOR ANY FIREARM, HOLSTER, OR EQUIPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS.
Upon completion of the Defensive Carbine I course, the student will have an understanding as to how to safely possess and operate a firearm and have the fundamental skills necessary to participate in:
Defensive Pistol I, Defensive Carbine II, Designated Marksman (Scoped AR), Defensive Shotgun and Low Visibility (CCW) Defensive Pistol