View Full Version : EAG Carbine Dane County WI 14-16May07

Pat Rogers
October 2, 2006, 07:43 PM
EAG will conduct a 3 Day Carbine Operators Course at Dane County Sheiff's Department, 14-16May 2007.
This class is limited to LE only
For further information and applications, contact [email protected] or www.eagtactical.com

This class will be preceeded by Dean Caputo's AR Diagnostic / Troubleshooting Class on 12-13 May 2007
Dean will handle all admin for his class. Contact Dean for prices and admin.
This class is limited to LE only [email protected]
You may attend one or both.


Course Description:
A three day class on how to fight with the carbine. This course is a moderate intensity course that emphasizes fighting with the 5.56x45, 5.45x39 or 7.62x39mm carbines. It is not a shooting course – It is a fighting course.
Attendees must be active police officers, Active Duty Military, or possess a valid pistol license from any state. A Certificate of Good Conduct or equivalent from your local Law Enforcement Agency will suffice.
Live fire exercises are inherently dangerous. Safety violations will be dealt with harshly. We cannot afford to have an unsafe shooter in a class.
I reserve the right to refuse admission to the class for any reason.
If you have questions, contact me directly at [email protected]

Learning Objectives:
* 4 safety Rules * BZO Theory
* Range Rules * Loading/reloading
* Combat Triad * Position-conventional/asymmetrical
(Weapons manipulation skills highly stressed) * Pairs, Failure Drills, Non Standard Response
* Stance, balance, grip, mount * Malfunction reduction
vertical fore grip/magazine well * Multiple Target Engagements
* Ready Positions * Pistol Transition
* Optical/Iron Sights Shooting on the move
* Offset Shooting laterally
* External/terminal ballistics * Stepping off line of attack
* Magazine choices Qual Course Carbine
* Equipment choices

1300 Rounds of serviceable carbine ammunition.
250 Rounds pistol ammunition

A serviceable 5.56x45, 5.45x39 or 7.62x39mm carbine. What you bring is not as important as the fact that it works. Having a spare extractor/spring is not a bad idea. Bring the lube of your choice. But bring lube.
A minimum of 3 serviceable magazines for the carbine. More are obviously better – the less jamming of magazines you do during the day, the more time you learn how to fight.
The carbine needs a sling. A tac sling works better, but any sling will do.
A means to carry at least two carbine magazines on your person.
If you have a red dot sight, bring spare batteries.
A serviceable pistol, with three serviceable magazines.
A holster and magazine pouch.
Eye and earpro, as well as a baseball type hat.
Water. A CamelBak is ideal, but be prepared to hydrate.
Knee and elbow pads.

Cost: $480 if paid in full 30 days prior to class. $500 if paid thereafter.
Deposit $240

Pat Rogers
October 4, 2006, 03:01 PM
This class is FULL
There is a standby list