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6 Month Basic Carbine Curriculum

$3500.00 USD

SCT's 6 month Basic Carbine Curriculum

Welcome to our comprehensive six-month Basic Carbine Curriculum, a meticulously designed journey tailored for new shooters seeking to master the art of carbine handling and marksmanship. This progressive program is structured to instill a deep understanding of carbine fundamentals while honing skills crucial for proficiency and safety. From mastering the basics of carbine operation to swiftly transitioning between targets and handling malfunctions with ease, this curriculum empowers participants through hands-on weekly shooting sessions and focused dry fire homework. Join us as we embark on this transformative learning experience, equipping you with the knowledge, confidence, and capabilities needed for responsible and skilled carbine handling.

Month 1: Fundamentals

  • Carbine Basics: Introduction to the carbine platform, parts, and functions.
  • Fundamental Skills: Emphasis on marksmanship, grip, stance, and sight alignment.
  • Safety Protocols: Understanding safety rules and procedures specific to the carbine.

Month 2: Starting Positions & Refinement

  • Depressed Muzzle, Low Ready, High Ready: Practicing different starting positions for readiness.
  • Refinement of Fundamentals: Enhancing marksmanship while adopting different starting positions.
  • Transitions Between Positions: Smoothly transitioning between depressed muzzle, low ready, and high ready while maintaining fundamentals.

Month 3: Multi-Target Engagement & Speed

  • Engaging Multiple Targets: Techniques for engaging and transitioning between multiple targets.
  • Speed and Accuracy: Balancing speed with accuracy when transitioning from target to target.
  • Drills for Target Transitioning: Specific exercises to improve speed and precision in engaging multiple targets.

Month 4: Bolt Lock & Reloads

  • Understanding Bolt Lock: Learning about bolt lock mechanisms and their functions.
  • Reload Techniques: Practicing different types of reloads (tactical and emergency).
  • Drills for Reloads: Implementing reload techniques in various scenarios for proficiency.

Month 5: Malfunctions & Troubleshooting

  • Identifying Malfunctions: Understanding different types of carbine malfunctions.
  • Malfunction Clearing: Techniques for quickly identifying and clearing malfunctions.
  • Understanding Carbine Functionality During Malfunctions: How a carbine behaves in different malfunction situations.

Month 6: Skills Testing

  • Skills Assessment: Evaluating proficiency in all learned carbine skills.
  • Accuracy and Speed Tests: Testing accuracy and speed under controlled conditions.
  • Review and Feedback: Providing feedback and guidance for further improvement.

Weekly Sessions and Dry Fire Homework

  • Weekly Shooting Sessions (1 hour each): Allowing students to practice and refine skills learned during class sessions.
  • Dry Fire Homework: Assigning dry fire exercises to reinforce techniques and prepare for the upcoming session.

By incorporating weekly shooting sessions and dedicated dry fire homework, participants will have the opportunity to consistently practice and develop their skills with the carbine, ensuring a solid foundation and gradual improvement throughout the program.

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