The One Warrior-Any Weapon Philosophy is a way of thinking and a way of living. It is a perpetual state of learning and training, so that The Warrior can use Any Weapon or implement that he or she picks up. It doesn't matter what physical weapon you have access to, the battle is won in the Mind of The Warrior.

Long-Gun Skills > Carbine Level III Course

Carbine Level III Course

This training course will build on the fundamental principles learned in the Carbine Level I and Level II Courses.  Each shooter will exercise their advanced supported and unsupported firing positions and learn to maximize cover and concealment while creating improvised stable shooting platforms in non-standard shooting situations.  On the spot coaching, individual assessments and corrective action will be provided as needed by a seasoned military instructor. With a curriculum derived from military carbine training, shooters will be guided through weapons manipulation and immediate action drills designed to increase the shooter’s ability to handle malfunctions in-stride.  Each participant will leave with the knowledge, skills, and ability to rapidly establish a stable shooting platform and make first-round hits from multiple positions, ranges, and shooting situations.   We will also continue the training to enhance your ability to make rapid close and mid-range shots with a focus on accuracy and speed.  

Class Topics
  • Range Safety 
  • Safe Weapon Handling Procedures and Positions
  •  Gear and Equipment Setup
  • Fundamentals of Rifle Marksmanship
  • Carbine Zeroing & Accuracy
  • Stable Shooting Platforms
  • Advanced Position Shooting
  • Rifle Manipulation Skills
  • Dynamic Shooting Drills
  • Malfunctions and Causes
  • Immediate Action Drills
  • Introduction to Bilateral Shooting and Shooting on the Move
Equipment List
  • Carbine with sling
  • Shooting mat  (optional)
  • Footwear suitable for moving on uneven terrain
  • Knee and elbow pads (optional)
  • Hydration system
  • Hat with a brim
  • Wraparound eyewear, polycarbonate lenses or non-shattering prescription glasses
  • Earmuffs and earplugs – should not interfere with carbine  mounted in prone position  - **electronic noise reduction style recommended
  • 250 rounds of quality ammunition
Rifle Cleaning and Maintenance Gear (Bore snake, patches, quality lubricant, and cleaning rag as a minimum)    

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