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Old Oak Ranch Conference Center

15250 Old Oak Ranch Rd

Sonora, CA 95370

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Basic Pistol/Carbine Fundamentals Package

This 3-day course is designed to introduce handgun and Carbine characteristics, safe weapon handling skills and promote the shooter's confidence. The student will learn the characteristics and capabilities of the semi- automatic pistol/Carbine, firearm safety, maintenance and fundamentals of handgun shooting. This is great course for those desiring professional instruction to increase proficiency.


-Introduce handgun and Carbine characteristics

-Safe weapon handling skills

-Promote the shooters confidence

-Learn the characteristics and capabilities of the semi- automatic pistol/carbine

-Rifle marksmanship and carbine employment

-Fundamentals of rifle marksmanship

-Rifle set up (slings, optics, lights)

-Carbine characteristics and employment techniques.

-Operational Gear setup

-Transitioning from the Carbine to the Pistol

-Shooting on the moving

-Clearing malfunctions in Carbine and Pistol.


Day 1 will begin with classroom instruction. Students will be familiarized with weapons safety, conditions of the weapons systems that will be utilized during the course and range rules and expectations. Following this, we will begin with weapons maintenance and employment techniques. The class will then move to the range and begin to focus on shooting fundamentals with the pistol. The main focus of this range day will be drawing from the holster, firearms accuracy and learning ways to identify and correct shooter faults, safe handling and employment, system manipulation (Clearing malfunctions and reloading in "work-space"), accuracy and tactical mindset conditioning.


Day 2 will begin in the classroom where students will focus on carbine familiarization, safety and conditions, proper firearms maintenance and employment techniques. The class will then move to the range where we will begin proper iron sight/optics zeroing procedures, Students will learn to engage targets from various positions and ranges while performing instructed techniques (Note: at all times while firing the carbine, the student will wear pistol sub-load in order to get used to manipulating their primary firearm with consideration to location of secondary firearm). The focus of Day 2 (AKA Carbine Day) is basic education, safe handling and employment, system manipulation (Clearing malfunctions and reloading in "work-space"), accuracy and tactical mindset conditioning.


Day 3 will begin on the range with a period of instruction focusing on safe and effective transitioning between the carbine to the pistol. Following "Dry fire" rehearsals, students will begin transition drills on multiple targets. The focus on this type of training early on will develop appropriate fundamentals for the shooter to build on in the future and follow-on courses.The closing training event for the day will be an introduction to "shooting while moving", where the student will have to engage targets on the move while considering the location of the shooters to his flanks. This will provide a view into things to come.


Basic Pistol/Carbine Fundamentals Package

Your training includes the following:

-Introduce handgun and Carbine characteristics

-Safe weapon handling skills

-Promote the shooter confidence

-Learn the characteristics and capabilities of the semi- automatic pistol/carbine

-Carbine characteristics

-Carbine set up (slings, optics, lights)

-Fundamentals of rifle marksmanship

-Pistol/Carbine marksmanship and employment techniques

-Operational Gear setup

-Transitioning properly from the Carbine to the pistol and when to do it

-Shooting on the move

-Clearing/Treating malfunctions in Carbine and pistol

-Certificate upon completion of package

TIMELINE:

Class begins promptly at 8:00 a.m.


LOCATION: Old Oak Ranch Conference Center located in Sonora, CA (directions will be emailed upon registration).

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

Three spare magazines minimum for semi-auto pistols and carbines with magazine holders worn on the waist belt/chest rig/plate carrier etc.

Double magazine pouch will be needed as well.

Sunscreen

Snacks and plenty of bottled water

Gun belt capable of carrying attached magazine pouches an holster as necessary. Alternate Tactical gear retention (AKA "Kit") systems are allowed, such as chest rigs, plate carriers, load bearing vests etc. (Shooters preference).

All "Kit" must be able to hold and retain a total of (3) California Legal AR 15 - - Magazines, (3) California Legal Pistol Magazines and Holster for pistol.

Rifle sling

Ballistic eye protection

Hearing Protection

Weapons Cleaning Gear


Hydration System (Water Bottle/CamelBak etc.)

RECOMMENDED

Knee and elbow pads are optional.

Hat with brim recommended

Bullet Button Tool

Full Length pants (Shorts are not recommended)

APPROVED AMMUNITION

Due to the potential liability and hazards of using reloaded or re-manufactured ammunition, all ammunition used at Combat Tactical Academy must be new, factory-made ammunition. We require the use of jacketed bullets. The 4 bullet designs may be full metal jacket (FMJ), total metal jacket (TMJ), jacketed soft point, or jacketed hollow point.

Prohibited Ammunition

Do not bring the following types of ammunition or bullets:

Steel jacketed bullets (TEST YOUR AMMUNITION WITH A MAGNET BEFORE ARRIVING!)

Steel cored bullets (TEST YOUR AMMUNITION WITH A MAGNET BEFORE ARRIVING!)

Lead bullets with no jacket

Lead bullets with a thin copper “wash”, such as American Ammunition (not to be confused with American Eagle Ammunition made by Federal Cartridge Company)

Armor piercing bullets

Tracers or other incendiary ammunition

Ammunition

Handgun Course

Quantity: Bring the following quantities of new, factory-made ammunition for your specific course:

Ammunition Required


Training Day 1

Pistol Ammo Per Shooter: 400

Training Day 2

AR15 Ammo (5.56/.223) Per Shooter: 400

Training Day 3

Pistol Ammo Per Shooter: 285

AR15 Ammo (5.56/.223) Per Shooter: 120

Total Pistol: 685

Total AR15: 520

Meal time schedule.
September 29th
Friday Breakfast 7:00am – 7:45am
Friday Lunch 12:00pm – 12:45pm
Friday Dinner 6:00pm – 6:45pm
September 30th
Saturday Breakfast 7:00am – 7:45am
Saturday Lunch 12:00pm – 12:45pm
Saturday Dinner 6:00pm – 6:45pm
September 31st
Sunday Breakfast 7:00am – 7:45am
Sunday Lunch 12:00pm – 12:45pm
Sunday Dinner 6:00pm – 6:45pm *The client can choose to eat dinner Sunday night or have the meal to go

If you have any special dietary requests please notify us at: info@oldoak.com
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