Thursday, December 14, 2017

Rifle

Close Quarters Marksmanship (CQM)

The Close Quarters Marksmanship (CQM) Course is a 2-day/1 night program, held at TBA, Montana.

The focus of the course addresses the student operator needs to rapidly and accurately engage targets at 0-150 meters under normal conditions. The program begins with the fundamentals of marksmanship and progresses to more rapid and accurate target engagements employing both the individual rifle and pistol. The skills that a student operator can expect to learn include but are not limited to:

    • Fundamentals as they apply to CQM (sight picture, sight alignment, trigger control)
    • Grouping
    • Understanding ballistics at close range
    • Weapons and equipment set up
    • Individual immediate action drills (malfunctions, transitions, etc.)
    • Rapid and effective manipulation of individual weapon system for reloads and positioning
    • Supported and unsupported position shooting
    • Single and multiple target engagements
    • Shooting on the move from close to intermediate ranges
    • Effective employment of barricades
    • Pistol marksmanship as it applies to CQM
    • Transition from the rifle to the pistol (primary to alternate weapon)
    • Shooters will learn how to analyze/self critique their performance in order to identify areas for self improvement

Individual Designated Marksmanship (IDM) Course

The Individual Designated Marksmanship Course is a 3-day/2night training program held at TBA, Montana.

The focus of the course is on the student’s need to rapidly engage targets at all distances out to 600 meters. This course of fire will test students at 300-600 meters with accurate fires under day and night conditions. The program begins with the fundamentals of marksmanship and progresses to more rapid and accurate engagements employing the individual rifle. The following are samples of the skills trained:

    • Correctly zeroing iron sights at 25 meters
    • Fundamentals as they apply (sight picture, sight alignment, trigger control)
    • Theory and method of grouping and of zeroing
    • Understanding external ballistics at extended ranges
    • Rapid and effective manipulation of individual weapon system for reloads and positioning
    • Supported and unsupported position shooting while wearing gear
    • Single and multiple target engagements
    • Effective employment of barricades
    • Shooters will learn how to analyze/self critique their performance in order to identify areas for self improvement
    • Learn how to compensate for environmental conditions

This is conducted at TBA Range, Montana on a 600 meter Known Distance Range and local shooting ranges. This allows the Individual Marksman to focus on the fundamentals of shooting while receiving feedback for shots fired and culminates with the practical application of all the principles taught in an environment with unknown distance, limited exposure and only natural environmental feedback indicators.


Mobile Training
Based on the requesting groups intent, facilities and capabilities the following list represents the skill that customers can choose from to meet their training needs.
(please note that these classes can be combined and modified to meet the needs of the customer)

(3 Days) Rifle Marksmanship Fundamentals
The Rifle Marksmanship Fundamentals course is a 3-day program which focuses on the shooter's need to accurately zero and engage threats from 25 to 300 meters under normal conditions with iron sights and optics. The program begins with the integrated act of firing and progresses to more rapid and accurate engagements employing the individual rifle. The outcome of this course leaves the student with a solid foundation of marksmanship skills to include: how to build a stable position, proper sight alignment and trigger control, external ballistics and how to compensate for environmental effects to external ballistics.


(3 Days) Advanced Rifle Marksmanship
The Advanced Rifle Marksmanship course is a 3-day program which focuses on the Shooter’s need to accurately engage threats at distances up to 600 meters under normal conditions with iron sights and optics. The program builds on marksmanship fundamentals and challenges the shooter with alternate firing positions, effective utilization of barriers, engagement of moving targets, and rapid engagements at targets of unknown distances (out to 600m) utilizing their individual rifle.


CQM MTT (2-5 Days) Close Quarters Marksmanship

        The CQM MTT course is a 2-5 day program which focuses on the Shooter’s need to accurately engage targets at ranges of 5m – 75m under normal conditions. This program is modular, allowing leaders to plan, resource and execute selected training required. The overarching reach of this program is to increase marksmanship proficiency of specific skill sets (static / dynamic, rifle and or pistol) driven by the customer's intent, capabilities and facilities.

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