DEF-TAC Rifle

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The urban combat rifle is an extremely effective tool in close range and long range engagements. You will master the various engagements along with the effective use of a rifle in shoot house scenarios and low light engagements.

Course Requirements
  • Clients should have eye (for day and dark) and ear protection. A good holster (preferably kydex), belt and magazine carrier for both handgun and rifle mags (with belt loops). Knee and elbow protection are suggested. A semiautomatic handgun (9mm or higher caliber). A semiautomatic rifle in one of the following calibers (.223, .556, 7.62x39mm, 7.62x51mm, .300 Blackout, .22 LR). At least 3 magazines for both handgun and rifle. Cargo pants (with large cargo pockets) and a sturdy belt (1/2″ or 3/4″) are recommended. We also suggest shirts that are adequately long so that they can be tucked in. Footwear with adequate ankle support is ideal. A hat and sun screen. A small bag to carry all your equipment. Clothing for seasonal weather. Adequate water and snack/lunch. At least 100 rounds of handgun factory ammunition and 400 rounds of rifle ammunition. WE CAN PROVIDE AMMUNITION, HANDGUN/RIFLE AND EQUIPMENT FOR A FEE.
  • Cargo pants (with large cargo pockets) and a sturdy belt (1/2″ or 3/4″) are recommended. We also suggest shirts that are adequately long so that they can be tucked in. Footwear with adequate ankle support is ideal.
Pricing

Special Rate:  $150.00 for a 5 hour class. Rifle rental fee is $50.00 per class (ammo is not included).

DEF-TAC Rifle I

  • Syllabus
  • Safety Briefing
  • Nomenclature
  • Stance/sights (irons & optics)/trigger
  • Zeroing iron sights & optics
  • Controlled pairs
  • Cadence drills – NSR drills
  • Single and multiple targets engagements
  • Multiple targets
  • Longer range drills
  • Tactical and emergency reloads
  • Malfunction clearance

 

DEF-TAC Rifle II

  • Syllabus
  • Safety brief
  • Fighting stances – standard, rear, support side and firing side engagements
  • Transitioning rifle to support side
  • Shooting from cover – standing & kneeling
  • Shooting on the move
  • Box drill & assault courses
  • Rifle to handgun transitions (prerequisite: having taken Handgun 1 with PTS)
  • Assault courses
  • Tactical and emergency reloads
  • Rifle Malfunction drills

 

DEF-TAC Rifle Low Light

The FBI in the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) reflects that most shootings – approximately 80% – occur in low light conditions. After this class, you’ll have no fear of low light engagements and you will feel in command of your residence at night.

  • Syllabus
  • Rifle light techniques
  • Low-light search techniques
  • Low-light movement
  • Multiple target engagements using weapon and combat light
  • transitioning rifle to support side & utilizing flashlight
  • Shooting from cover – standing & kneeling
  • Tactical reloading and emergency reloading executions
  • Malfunction clearance
  • Transition to secondary weapon using handheld flashlight or weapon mounted light