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Designated Rifle Marksman / LPVO 2-day

October 30 @ 8:00 am - October 31 @ 5:00 pm

$550.00
Designated Rifle Marksman

PURPOSE OF COURSE: The two (2) day Designated Rifle Marksman (DRM) course is designed to train the officer or SWAT Operator to be proficient with a carbine equipped with a low power scope or magnifier and to be able to engage targets out to 200 yards. This course is not a substitute for law enforcement snipers. This course’s emphasis is on perimeter officer’s ability to identify and engage threats at greater distances then officers armed with rifles with only iron sights or red dot sights. .

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to be taught in a lecture as well as practical application format, with 75% of the course on the range in practical application. GOALS: The Goals of the Course are as follows:

  • Refinement of rifle marksmanship fundamentals.
  • Demonstrate the ability to identify and accurately engage threats out to 200 yards.
  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of low power variable optics and magnifiers.
  • Understand the role of ammunition selection in accuracy.
  • Understand the role and deployment of the designated rifle marksman.

METHODS OF EVALUATION: This course will be evaluated by two different rifle qualification courses, as well as a written test. Students will also complete a written critique at the end of the course.

METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

  • Lecture format
  • Practical application / live fire training. Students should be competent with their weapons prior to attending the class. Students should be in good physical condition as several courses of fire and the qualification course require sprinting. Any student who is unable to participate in a course of fire due to physical limitations will not be allowed to continue in the course.

 COURSE PREREQUISITES: Students should be competent with their weapons prior to attending the class.  Students should be in good physical condition as several courses of fire and the qualification course require sprinting. Any student who is unable to participate in a course of fire due to physical limitations will not be allowed to continue in the course. Students will be required to have the following equipment:

  1. .223-.308 caliber carbine with a low power scope (ACOG, ELCAN, various manufacturer Low Powered Variable Optic) or a red dot scope with a magnifier.
  2. 4 rifle magazines and magazine pouches (Belt, Leg or Chest Pouches)
  3. Soft body armor or plate carrier.
  4. Ammunition:
  5. 600 rounds rifle ammunition (Ammunition should be capable of 3 MOA at 100 yards)
  6. 50 rounds pistol ammunition.

Details

Start:
October 30 @ 8:00 am
End:
October 31 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
$550.00
Event Category:

Organizer

Jake May
Phone
612.356.2354
Email
missioncriticalconceptsactual@gmail.com
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Venue

Chisago County Range
43235 Harder Ave
Harris, 55032
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Designated Rifle Marksman / LPVO 2-day
$ 550.00
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