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Tom Perroni
January 26th, 2010, 01:58 PM
CCJA (2) Day Carbine / M4 Training

CCJA will be offering a (2) day Carbine / M4 course which will consist of two separate courses Carbine / M4 1 & Carbine / M4 2.

The below referenced courses can be taken together or separately!

M4 / CARBINE 1 February 13, 2010 starting @ 9:00 a.m.

This course is designed to develop a solid foundation of shooting skills with the M4/ carbine rifle. The student will quickly gain experience and confidence, increasing their skill level with the handgun and carbine and learning to use both in a tactical situation.

Prerequisites: Basic Pistol Skills

Cost: $200.00

Topics:

• Safety 4 Firearms Safety Rules
• Fundamentals of Marksmanship Focusing on Front Sight & Trigger Control
• Malfunctions Drills Type I, Type II, Type III & Status Check
• Nomenclature
• Armorer Maintenance & Proper Lubrication
• Magazine Changes & Weapons Handling Skills
• Shooting behind cover and from barricades
• Transition from Carbine to Handgun

This is a Fundamentals course that stresses Safety, Handling skills and Marksmanship. This course or its equivalent must be mastered before a student can progress to CCJA Tactical / Carbine 2 training.

Ammunition Requirements: 500 rounds Carbine 100 rounds of Handgun
Gear: Rifle / Carbine M4, AR-15, M16, AK, H&K, FN
Tactical Sling,(3) 30 Round Magazines, Magazine pouch, Handgun in Semi-auto Strong side holster, 3 Magazines, Magazine pouch, Handheld Light / pouch, Spare Batteries, Knee Pads, Water and Snacks, Wrap Around Eye Protection (clear) Ear Protection (electronic muffs recommended) Baseball style hat, Gloves, Weapons Lube & tools, spare parts or spare firearms.


M4 / CARBINE 2 February 14, 2010 starting @ 9:00 a.m.

This course is designed to develop skills for the student who uses his/her carbine as a primary firearm in a tactical environment. The course will start where you left off in Carbine 1. You will soon advance to skills that will reduce your reaction time, allow you to shoot faster with higher degree of accuracy, and increase your confidence with your carbine and pistol.

Prerequisites: M4 Carbine 1 or equivalent

Cost: $200.00

Topics:
• Safety
• Weapons handling skills
• Combat Mindset
• Gear placement
• Fundamentals of Marksmanship Focusing on Front Sight & Trigger Control
• Recoil management Proper Stance & Grip
• Reloads and Malfunctions
• Multiple targets
• Shooting behind cover and from barricades and from and through vehicles
• Shooting on the move
• Shooting positions, Standing, Kneeling, Prone, Adverse Positions
• Strong hand only shooting
• Support hand only shooting
• Low light shooting techniques

This is a Tactical course that stresses Safety, Handling skills and Marksmanship. This course or its equivalent must be mastered before a student can progress to CCJA Tactical / Carbine 3 training

Ammunition Requirements: 500 rounds Carbine 100 rounds of Handgun
Gear: Rifle / Carbine M4, AR-15, M16, AK, H&K, FN
Tactical Sling,(3) 30 Round Magazines, Magazine pouch, Handgun in Semi-auto Strong side holster, 3 Magazines, Magazine pouch, Handheld Light / pouch, Spare Batteries, Knee Pads, Water and Snacks, Wrap Around Eye Protection (clear) Ear Protection (electronic muffs recommended) Baseball style hat, Gloves, Weapons Lube & tools, spare parts or spare firearms.

To register for the course the above referenced course or courses please contact: Tom Perroni @ (540) 322-3000 or ccjatraining@gmail.com or to view our web-site @ www.ccjatraining.com

JeepDriver
January 26th, 2010, 03:32 PM
Already called and registered for the 13th, I don't think I can do the 14th, but I'll look into it a bit more .

Tom Perroni
February 13th, 2010, 10:48 PM
Just an FYI......

3 Students for M4 Carbine 1 ....shot in the snow until 5pm.

M4 Carbine 2 is on........Who is going to come in play in the snow??????

Tom

JeepDriver
February 14th, 2010, 12:00 AM
Sorry I couldn't make it. Hope you got my message.

I wanted to shoot, but this storm has kept me @ work for over a week now.

Tom Perroni
February 14th, 2010, 07:08 AM
Sorry I couldn't make it. Hope you got my message.

I wanted to shoot, but this storm has kept me @ work for over a week now.

Bro,

You are Good to go!

Tom