Course Length:  3.0 Hrs: 2 Hours (Classroom), 1 Hours (Range)

Prerequisite: None.

 

Class Size: 10 max

 

Cost:  350.US

Taxes, fees, range time, and ammunition are not included in course cost.

10% Discount for Law Enforcement, Military, NAAGA and NRA members

Defensive Rifle I is our introductory course for those with nominal or no experience with the AR-15 firearm system, as well as those who simply want to learn to "run" their rifle more efficiently and effectively. In this course participants will be introduced to the safe handling, functioning and operation of semi-automatic AR-15/ M-16/ M-4 rifle.  Students will also learn proper techniques for shooting and maintaining their rifle. This course is a confidence builder in addition to providing the student with the ability to learn how to incorporate the AR-15 platform in conjunction with a home defense plan through simple drills and practice.

Rifle ownership is not a prerequisite for this course. The course's instructor(s) will assist those who don’t own a firearm with both selection and the purchasing process.  Defensive Rifle I has two (2) training modules, the first module (A) being classroom (non-firing) instruction and the second part (Module B) being conducted at a firing-range (live-fire) instruction. Module A  consists of 2.0 total hours of instruction. Module B (“Range”) is approximately 1.0 hours of instruction. The DR-I course can be taken as either a one (1) or two (2) day course. Participants can take the entire 4.0 hour course on one day or elect to take the modules on separate days. If a participant elects to the 2-day course offering, Module B must be completed within 2.0 weeks after having taken Module A. DR-I is open to individuals, couples and small groups.

 

Participants must be a minimum of 21 years of age, be a U.S. Citizen, be of good character, and possess a clear criminal history. Participants are responsible for satisfying all course fees seven (14.0) days prior to the course’s scheduled date. And, unless otherwise stated, in addition to the course fee, participants are responsible for any and all range fees; rental of protective equipment; rifle system; targets; and ammunition upon attending the course.

 

Instruction Includes:

  • Basic Firearm & Range Safety

  • Rifle Mechanics & Nomenclature

  • Rifle Selection Consulting

  • Sling Selection Consulting

  • Fundamentals of Rifle Marksmanship

  • State Firearm Laws and Codes and Legal Rights and Responsibilities

  • Use of Force In Defense of Self and Others

  • Pre-Assault Indicators

  • "Zeroning"(Iron Sights)

  • Malfunction Clearing

  • Cleaning and General Maintenance 

Required Gear

  • 100 rounds of brass-cased FMJ ammunition (Can be purchased at the range)

  • Eye and Ear Protection (Rentals Available)

  • Long Sleeve Shirt (Range)

  • Pants

  • Comfortable Footwear

  • Notepad

  • (2) writing pens

 

Recommended Gear (Optional):

  • Bottled water

  • Light Snack (Trail Mix, Fruit, Protein Bar, etc.)

* Taxes, fees and range time and ammunition are not included in course cost

his class is geared towards a firearm owner or anyone looking to learn how to use the AR-15 platform safely, effectively and reliably. You do not need to own one to take this class, one can be provided free of charge if necessary.


Note:  This is a "LEVEL ONE" course. its designed to equip you with a fundamental proficiency in the knowledge and use of the AR-15 rifle; therefore, we will utilize fundamental equipment. Ergo:  This course will be shot with your "iron" or backup sights. Fundamental proficiency with iron sights is mandatory due to the fact that optics may fail. 

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