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Required Equipment for All Rifle Courses

Rifle with mounted sling • Ammunition pouch on belt or rifle • Minimum of two magazines (5 Magazines CQHSS 1 & 2) • Eye protection (sunglasses or clear lens glasses okay) • Ear protection • Head protection with a visor

CHG 3: Three -Day Close Quarter Carbine/ Handgun ( $ 375)

Tuition: $ 375

Prerequisite: None

Ammunition: 1200 rounds for Carbine/Rifle
500 rounds for Handgun

Maximum class seize: 30

Time: Class starts at 9:00 am and will be done at 4:00 pm

Equipment needed for the class:
Rifle/ Carbine with sling
Three Magazines for Carbine
Magazine pouch on the belt or tactical vest
Holster which fit the gun
Three magazines and magazine pouches
Safety equipment: Eye and ear protection, a Cap with visor, knee pads and elbow pads.

Description: Sighting in the Carbine at 50 yards, gun safety, grip, stance and ready positions, presentations, transitions, after engagement drills, combat and emergence reload, how to fix weapon stoppages, closing in drills, shooting on the move, shooting from different kneeling, prone, squatting, sitting positions ........and much more.

CQH3: Three-Day Close Quarter High Speed Shooting - Carbine/ Rifle ($375)

Tuition: $ 375

Prerequisite: Three day Close Quarter Carbine

Ammunition: 1500+ rounds this is for day one, two and three!!

Maximum Class seize: 16

Time: Class starts at 09:00am and will be done at about 04:00pm.

Description: On day one and two you work on everything you need for the mater test on day three MASTER TEST.
Round count for the test is 180 rounds. Have a little bit more in case you have to repeat something

Private Instruction ( Tuesday - Friday )

Private Instruction - Costumized to your needs.
Half Day / 3 hours: $180
All Day / 6 hours: $360
Per hour / 2hr. min. $ 60


Recommended for All Courses

Bring your lunch (lunch services available at Gun Club on weekends only) • Knee pads and elbow pads • Sunscreen/sunblock (also available on range, if needed) • T-shirt or shirt that fully covers upper chest area for safety precaution • Seasonally appropriate clothing (i.e., rain gear, pants or shorts with belt loops, shirt or t-shirt, sweaters, sweatshirts, etc.) • Comfortable closed-toed footwear

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