Carbine

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National Recognition

On the pages of national and international publications you can read articles by us and about us, the above being from SWAT magazine.  In our tiny little corner of the Lowcountry of S.C. we are steadily working to elevate the body of knowledge.  Our isolating and defining the changes in the BZO (Battle Zero) from sight in position to a side prone position has saved lives.  We are immensely proud that guys are having ice cream with their kids because of something that we did.         

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Tactical Prep School

Duration:  Two Days

Cost:  $450

This course is half pistol, half carbine as we help make students ready to enter our tactical series.  We cover a wide range of topics from basic operation to gear selection.  This course is not a prerequisite, but unless you have a solid foundation with both weapons it is advised.  This is one of those courses that you can take with your teenager.  We have additional carbines from our sponsor, Daniel Defense.                    

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Tactical Carbine I

Duration:  Two Days

Cost:  $450

Part one in our tactical carbine series, it moves from the fundamental operation of the weapon to complex sight offset problems.  Be advised.  Class size is small and this is a somewhat rare open enrollment opportunity.  Most of our carbine time is bought up by pro entities.   Magpul is a sponsor, so there are likely to be Magpul give aways.  TC1 is requried before entering our specialty carbine lineup such as Urban Rifle and Movement, Cover, and Concealment (rifle version).     

Shotgun

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The most violent weapon in the personal arsenal.

Fighting Shotgun

Duration:  Two Days

Cost:  $450

Pro:  $385   

People ask us why we are so jacked up on the shotgun.  Aside from it being incredibly violent, it is also the cheapest of all the fighting guns to involve oneself with.  While a carbine and optic are big bucks, just a couple hundred dollars will get you a good shotgun (although we see plenty of high dollar designer labels).  But the thing that really gets us going is that the shotgun provides a wonderful pathway to being better on the other primary weapon systems.  You WILL manage recoil better afterwards.  Your mind will become better engaged because the shotgun demands it like no other personal  weapon.  The shotgun is readily accessible and seems more universally legal as you cross state lines.  Even during the very dire ammo shortages, there were shotgun shells and we could keep training, so plenty of things have kept us engaged with and believing in the shotgun.  One thing though, shotgun is NOT the point and shoot weapon your grandpa shot birds with.  And of course, there is the fact that 200 rounds through a carbine and you are just getting warmed up.  Two hundred rounds through a shotgun is a pretty stout workload if you mix in movement and pistol transitions.                   

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