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Shooting Training Carbine Basic Level

Course description

In this seminar the participant learns the tactical shooting with the self loading rifle - assault rifle.

We illustrate the important differences between the sport shooting (IPSC) and the combat shooting, defense shooting or combat shooting.

These include the 4 basic skills of shooting, as well as the safe handling of the SL carabine in a 360 ° environment. Furthermore, there is the control over the withdrawal of the weapon and the tactical correction of any possible weapons interference. In the seminar, readiness and safety positions as well as the achievement of control positions are taught.

These tactics make it difficult for a criminal / an assassin / a terrorists to complete an attack.


This course is recommended for beginners and shooters without previous Modern Isosceles training.



  • The 4 safety rules for the safe handling of firearms

  • The Seven Principles of Self-Defense (after Jeff Cooper)

  • Mindset (mental readiness to fight)


  • Positioning the magazine pouches, the knee pads, the elbow pads, the sling

Practical shooting education

Seminar: Defense Carbine C1

The 4 basic skills of shooting - The modified Modern Isocecles - basic positions, weapons attitude and movement sequences.

  • Determination of the dominant eye - a test

  • Natural Point of Aim / NPOA - (the natural target point)

  • The 2 Eyes on Target Shooting Principle (shooting with both eyes open)

  • Practice-oriented shooting and outdoor ballistics

  • Mechanical offset at close range - up to approx. 10 meters

  • Correct bending and trigger control

  • Carbine, dot drill without time limit

  • OODA Loop - (Col. John Boyd's - Cycle)

  • Standby and safety positions with the carbine

  • Application - handling of the carbine in a 360 ° environment

  • Robust and stress-resistant weapon handling, loading and reloading, charge level control (AR-15 according to the US Army / USMC / Delta Force)

  • Shooting from the standard, free and supportive position

  • Use of the weapon carrying belt as a shooting belt

  • Shooting rhythm and the development of fast range-related shot sequences

  • Breathing technique during targeted shooting at further distances

  • Target identification ( detection) and firing of various targets at different distances of 3 - 100 meters

  • Fast and precise elimination of the threat from 3 to 50 meters

  • Change from standard shooting position standing to kneeling, crouching, lying, covering positions

  • Shoot out of the cover and screen

  • Shooting on strongly uneven ground

  • Shooting from the movement

  • One-handed carbine shooting with the strong arm

  • One-handed carbine shooting with the weak arm

  • Triple threat carbine drill

  • Recognizing and eliminating weapons disruptions


  • Shot image evaluation and error analysis

  • Carbine cleaning: disassembling, cleaning, assembling the weapon

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

  • an evening grill/ dinner together/cool down


Seminar: Defense Carbine C1

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)

  • normal metal sight or red dot sight

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

  • 800 rounds of ammunition

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


  • Minimum 4 magazines, magazine pouches, magazine holster

  • Sling weapon strap (best would be a 2 point or 3 point sling)

  • knee pads

  • Chest righ if available

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

  • Attention! Your clothing can get wet and dirty.


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

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