Basic Rifle/Carbine training - Alfa Metal training center

Basic Rifle/Carbine training

This course is specifically designed to meet the needs of both firearm owners and complete novices.

The  course teaches the students to the specific rules of the handling and use of rifle. Therefore they will go through a range of topics, learning proper shooting stance, weapon grip and how to use the sights in order to obtain the best sight picture.

Teaching the subjects will a fully qualified firearms instructor. He will also be ensuring safe handling of the firearms and ammunition at all times.

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Courses:

13 January - 15 January, 2022
25 April - 27 April, 2022

Course duration & Methods

3 Days | Theory & Practice drills

Topics covered

  • Safety rules
  • Safety briefing for carbine use
  • Safety rules area coverage
  • Carbine types and ammunition
  • Carbine loading/reloading
  • Correct shooting stance and proper weapon grip
  • Static shooting positions
  • Aiming and trigger control
  • Muzzle control and safety rules during weapon maintenance
  • Reloading and malfunctions
  • Use of mechanical and optical sights
  • Recoil

Training facilities

Weapons used

Ammunition per student

  • According to training program requirements

Group required for course

Min 5 students

Prerequisite skills

None required

Certificate

  • Professional qualification “Security Officer”
  • Vocational training – “ Practical Shooting”
  • Europass Supplement

Note: Alfa-Metal issued certificates are recognized worldwide by all reputable organisations and professionals in the security sector.

Own equipment

Student to bring:

  • Suitable clothing depending on season
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Tactical belt
  • Holster

Price and terms

  • € 780.00 per student
  • 30% Deposit required upon enlisting

  • Catering and accomodation included in price
  • Payment method: Bank transfer / PayPal

Courses:

13 January - 15 January, 2022
25 April - 27 April, 2022

If you require us to conduct training in your country, get in touch with us.

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