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Everyday Carbine Some Carbine owners will inevitably spend more time with their carbines than other weapon platforms. Either with professional use, civilian self-defense or even competitive shooting we need to know the ins and outs of the carbine weapon manipulations. Building on Primary Carbine, we now include the secondary into the mix. Incorporating the secondary is a faster fix to some of the issues learned in the previous course. The main goal is to keep the individual thinking while performing tasks. Shooters tend to get “platform focus”, trying to solve a problem on the primary burning life-saving seconds when another solution is available to them. As always, we strive to have a WHY to the solution. Not to simply accomplish a task, but to accomplish it in the most efficient means at our disposal. Requirements Primary Carbine Certificate or Accepted Alternative A Concealed pistol License Primary Handgun 01 Certificate (Recommended) Topics Covered • Fundamentals of Firearm Safety • Developing the proper performance driven mindset • Refresher of Fundamentals of Reactive Shooting Skills • Science of body mechanics in regards to firearm shooting • Expansion of Unconventional shooting positions • Deliberate moving and shooting • Introduction of barricades, Cover and Concealment • Introduction of secondary firearms Students attending Everyday Carbine will be required to provide the following • 450 rounds minimum of carbine ammunition • 200 rounds minimum of pistol ammunition • Holster (no cross draw, or shoulder rigs) • A quality sling • Eye and ear protection (electronic preferred) • Quality functional Carbine. A back up carbine is highly recommended (no 22LR) • Quality functional pistol. A back up Pistol is highly recommended (No 22LR) • 4-6 working mags for double stacked carbines 7-12 for single stacks • 3-5 working mags for double stacked pistols or 5-10 for single stacks • A way to carry mags on your body, pockets are acceptable • Sunscreen, Rain Gear, Bug Spray, Food, Water • Note pad and pen/pencil • Baseball type hat • Proper belt to support pistol and mag pouches • Lube • Tools specific to work upon your gear • Knee/elbow pads and gloves (optional) • An Open Mind • Folding Chair (optional) Class cost is $150. Students must purchase tickets prior to course. No walk ons. Refunds issued only in the event of cancellation. Tuition can be moved to another course up until 1 week prior to registered course. Students must bring $20 the day of class to pay for Range Fee. Space is limited.