Carbine 2 (Intermediate)


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    • +100 $
    • +100 $
    • +100 $

In real world engagements, threats are seldom static objects. They often are moving and/or using cover/concealment to aid in their attack. Using a wide variety of barricades, walls, photographic threat and steel targets; students will learn how to use cover and concealment effectively, the mechanics of dynamic movement, engaging while moving, as well as considerations on how to engage threats that are doing the same.
Topics covered:
• Effective use of cover and concealment
• Engaging while moving
• How to quickly get in & out of dynamic firing positions
• Techniques for effectively engaging from dynamic firing positions
• Engaging from non-dominant side
• Transitioning to pistol
• Discretionary shooting (shoot/no-shoot scenarios with photo threat targets with/without weapons)
• Hostage/Hold-up engagements

• 18 years of age (or accompanied by parent or legal guardian)
• Completion of Carbine 1 or Equivalent Course Strongly Recommended
• Semi-automatic, magazine-fed rifle (AR-15s with Eotechs available for rent)
• 3+ rifle magazines
• 2+ rifle magazine carrier(s) on your belt, plate carrier, chest rig, etc.
• 300+ rifle rounds
• Semi-automatic, magazine-fed pistol (Pistols available for rent)
• Solid pistol holster
• 2+ pistol magazines
• 1+ pistol magazine carrier(s) on your belt, plate carrier, chest rig, etc.
• 100+ pistol rounds

6 reviews for Carbine 2 (Intermediate)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dan and Randon taught this class, and they were professional and fun as always! This is a great progression from the Carbine 1 class. There are a lot of barricades to shoot around, though, & over, and we practiced shooting from many different positions, some that I hadn’t even considered before. They also teach techniques for the best shooting while moving. I learned a lot in this class, and even things I can practice at home with an unloaded gun to keep my skills sharp. This class was a lot of fun, and I’m looking forward to taking the Carbine 3 class!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Absolutely top notch training and skilled instructors. I look forward to my next session with Trinity Tactical.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Another great class. I took the carbine 1 course last month and though that was fun, but didn’t compare to this course. The different barricades were great making you get into different positions.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    the instructors definitely know their stuff without having to brag. Their “hole job” is so much better than the VTAC barricade and more practical. Highly recommend this course.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Just Finished the Pistol 2 and Carbine 2 classes last weekend and today, they were awesome! Building on the skills learned in the pistol 1 and Carbine 1 class they added new and challenging drills that expanded and reinforced the real world shooting considerations and concerns. While at the same time was very fun and rewarding to shoot through the scenarios. The instructors are very helpful, knowledgeable, and skilled. The pressure and variation they use to create a sense of urgency is very beneficial when running these drills.
    Just like pistol 1, and Carbine 1 pistol 2 and Carbine 2 are very high value, low cost and useful courses to take for anyone who is serious about being a good shooter but may not be able to swing some of the other courses offered out there.
    For me personally, the reason I have not been able to attend other courses out there was just that, high cost, high round count, and high number of days per class usually.
    Dan is a great guy and he as well as his other instructors are generous with there time and these courses give you many quality drills and information that you can take with you to practice with on your own. I cannot wait to take pistol 3 and Carbine 3!

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    I took the Carbine 2 class this weekend and I’d highly recommend it. Dan was great at pointing out when you’re doing something wrong and how to fix it, as well as instructing different options for techniques depending on the user’s preference. I know this was the last scheduled event so far for the year due to the summer coming up, but as soon as I can I plan on taking more classes (pistol, carbine 3, as well as the med class which I feel could be essential, worst case scenario).

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