Tactical Carbine Clinic $225 includes range fees

 16 May
 Metcalf Shooting Range.
 9580 Malech Dr - 95138 - San Jose - United States
 Nielsen Training Associates
Tactical Carbine Clinic Our one day Tactical Carbine Clinic is designed for anyone from the first time shooter to the weekend shooter or seasoned operator that wants some core fundamental skills building with the use of a Carbine Rifle. Our professional staff will help you to become comfortable with the core fundamental skills, modern rifle fighting techniques, proper target acquisition and shot placement to effectively win an armed encounter. You will take home effective drills and techniques that you can use in your own training regime. If you are a new Carbine owner or recreational shooter looking to get into the tactical training world this is a great course to start with without a large monetary commitment. You will leave this course with an understanding of how and why to set a zero on your carbine. You will leave the course with a proper zero on your carbine. It is also a good way for an experienced operator to build and hone their skills. This course is a great launch pad to our more advanced Carbine courses. We look forward to seeing you in this fun and informative course. You may use any AR variant, AK variant or M1A in this course. This course is also designed to be a CA compliant friendly carbine course so CA residents are encouraged to attend. To register click...http://www.nielsentraining.com/05162015-tactical-carbine-clinic-p-1134.html Equipment List 1. A properly functioning carbine rifle 2. At least 3 magazines (5 are recommended) 3. 300-500 rounds of rifle ammunition 4. Magazine Pouches for the magazines 5. A quality Sling 6. Body armor if you would wear it while deploying a carbine 7. Handgun and 3 magazines (recommended but not mandatory) 8. 50 rounds of handgun ammunition (recommended but not mandatory) 9. Holster and magazine pouches (recommended but not mandatory) 10. Sharpie type pen for marking targets 11. Pen and notepad for taking notes 12. Hat or other head covering 13. Gloves (recommended but not mandatory) 14. Knee and elbow pads 15. Eye and ear protection 16. Footwear that you can stand in all day (boots are highly recommended) 17. Sunscreen or raingear (as applicable) (The course will go rain or shine) 18. Enough water supply to sustain you for the day 19. A lunch or snack food (We will not have time to leave the range for lunch)

More Events In San Jose

 23 November, Wednesday
 San Jose
 14 March, Tuesday
 San Jose
 22 October, Saturday
 San Jose
 13 November, Sunday
 San Jose