Shooting Training with Pistol and Carbine

Course description

In a fire fight there can be various reasons for a quick change of weapons - the transition.
For example, due to the lack of ammunition, a not quickly eliminated weapon malfunction or the lack of space (a narrow building).

The trainee learns the professional, dynamic and tactical weapon change from the primary weapon SL rifle to the secondary weapon pistoll.

Requirement

This seminar builds on the P3 Master Pistol / C3 - Master Carbine course. 

The successfully passed HRT Seminar Master Carbine C3 and Master Pistol P3 are required.

This seminar is suitable for professional shooters with Modern Isosceles training. 

Preparations

Theory:

  • The 4 safety rules for the safe handling of firearms

  • Mindset (mental readiness to fight)

Practice:

  • Fixing the holster, thigh holster, magazine pouches, kneepads, gloves, chest righ, if available, a sling, a flashlight, a radio / headset

  • Handling the radio and the headset: The instructor commands in this seminar are almost exclusively done via the radio (R) . The HRT Academy will make them available to seminar participants free of charge for the seminar.

  • Partial tactical gloves are used in the master seminars

Practical shooting education

Seminar: 2 Gun Master Dynamic Defense Combo - Pistol / Carbine 

  • Closed eyes pistol, carbine and mag loading - unloading drill

  • Correct bending and trigger control, pistol and carbine dot drill - without time limit

  • Detecting and eliminating weapon disruptions, malfunctions, stress in various positions - carbine to pistol  transition - drill - (R) 

  • Transition chaos - proactive reload - reactive reload - injured reload - emergency reload - drill - (R)

  • One-armed shooting and weapon manipulation, continuation of the defense after a wound - (R)

  • Transition - fast multiple target shooting, shooting from free and assisted positions,carbine to pistol to different targets at different distances - (R)

  • Shooting multiple targets in special psitions - SBU prone - reverse rollover - supine - broke back prone - (R) 

  • Double trouble - drill (Joe Betge) - carbine to pistol - pistol to carbine - carbine to pistol transition

  • Close quarter gun fight range 0-3m transition from unarmed self-defense to weapon usedouble transition - (R)

  • Last chance - drill (Joe Betge) carbine to pistol transition - (R)

  • Weapon access - carbine to pistol transition in the ongoing confrontation - (R)

  • Last man standing (Joe Betge) - carbine to pistol to carbine transition - drill - (R)

  • Close quarter - carbine /pistol shooting - range 0-2m transition from unarmed self-defense to weapon use - carbine / pistol - (R)

  • Carbine chaos drill - (Kyle Lamb)

  • Rifle to pistol transition 1.2.3. - drill (Sig Sauer USA) - (R)

  • No mercy drill - (Joe Betge) - (R) 

Evaluation

  • Shot image evaluation and error analysis

  • Weapon cleaning: disassembling, cleaning, assembling the weapon

  • Equipment: a holster, magazine pouches, shooting glasses, hearing protection, a lamp, ammunition

  • Cool down/an evening BBQ / dinner together

Equipment

Seminar: 2 Gun Master Dynamic Defense Combo - Pistol / Carbine 

The equipment must be provided by the participant himself.

 

Weapons and technology:

  • Carbine caliber from (5.45x39) - (.223 Rem / 5.56 x 45 NATO) to (.308 Win / 7.62 x 51 NATO) - carbine 400 rounds normal metal sight or red dot sight / iron sight or red dot

  • Pistol from 9x19 Para - normal metal sight or red dot sight / iron sight or red dot - pistol 500 rounds

  • The following carbine / rifle weapon systems and their clones are admitted to the seminar:System AR 15 - System Kalashnikov - System H & K G3 and G36 - System SIG 55X 

  • Minimum 4 magazines per weapon /a magazine pouch 

Details on the loan of firearms and ​Pre-order of ammunition can be found here >>>

Equipment:

  • Weapon sling. The best would be a 2 point or 3 point sling. 

  • Knee pads. If you like, you can also use elbow pads. 

  • Chest righ if available

  • Range bag, a backpack, a bipod, or similar as a weapon pad 

  • Flashlight with trouser clip or holster and a sturdy safety leash for the wrist

  • Attention! Your clothing can get wet and dirty

 

The basic equipment for each of our seminars can be found here >>>

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