Our Carbine Mastery course (for any caliber carbine) uses our proven Scientific Shooting System to combine the science of performance with the best shooting techniques in the world. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced shooters will realize immediate performance improvement as we show you how to use these principles in your training program.
We don't just teach you technique. We teach you how to use our system to build your own personal shooting system that is unique to you. We provide you with proven principles of performance as well as knowledge of how to practice, how to measure your skill, how to grow your skill. Proven mental training, conditioning, and strategies to help you become a stronger performer under high pressure conditions.
This class is right for you if:
You want to be a much better shooter, either for self-defense or for sport
You want to rapidly improve your shooting skills
You want to learn how to practice effectively for continued improvement
You have reached a performance plateau and are stuck
You want a system that is tailored to you
You are a law enforcement, military, or civilian trainer and want to improve your program
What We Teach
The Fire Control Triangle: Grip, Platform and Trigger and how to stay in control when shooting at high speed.
The Reactive Shooting Cycle and how to use it to analyze your shooting, grow your skills and reach your true potential as a shooter.
Advanced visual concepts to speed up first shot target acquisition as well as processing shots during multiple shot sequences
Movement techniques to maximize speed while running or shooting on the move with the carbine
Position shooting to maximize stability for distance shooting around cover or competition barricades
Multiple target engagement - Learn how to engage multiple targets with accurate hits in absolutely minimum time.
How to practice, what to practice, and how to set up a training program
Using video to increase your performance
Setting up guns and gear for high performance shooting
Advanced mental training skills and strategies for performing well under pressure
Head-to-head competition as a method to increase pressure
Carbine or PCC suitable for extended use each day (zeroed at 25yds minimum)
Modern 1- or 2-point sling
1,500 rounds of ball ammunition (no AP or tracer, bimetal jacket acceptable)
3 to 6 spare magazines and magazine pouches/holders