Carbine Classes

Get more information on our carbine classes.

CARBINE SERIES:
Carbine I, Carbine Operator, Carbine Op II, and Advanced Car Operator

MAST is partnered with a private range on over 200 acres for a full immersion tactical rifle class. The range is located on a genuine working Texas cattle ranch and is backed up to the Brazos river. Perfect setting for a picturesque “bug out” camping weekend under the stars while enjoying the camaraderie of fellow shooters.

OBJECTIVE

The goal of this course is to have students learn and demonstrate the fundamentals of rifle/carbine marksmanship and to perform manipulations for best performance under duress. This course is a practical exercise conducted at a live-fire range. The student will demonstrate movement, shooting platforms, malfunctions, marksmanship, multiple target transitions, and standards to the satisfaction of the instructor. These 1-3 day courses cover all fundamental manipulations, one handed manipulations and current defensive curriculum. The students will gain knowledge of low light “limitations” and explore low light advantages.

POI (Points of Instruction)

  • Firearms safe handling procedures
  • Weapon operating theory
  • Loading, unloading and reloading procedures
  • Combat marksmanship fundamentals
  • Shooting stances and its relationship to target distance
  • Surgical shooting and target “discrimination”
  • Movement
  • Stoppages / malfunctions
  • Low light and no light shooting skills
  • Strong and support side transitions
  • Shooting from cover and barricades
  • The student will be familiar with how the mechanical functions of the carbine

Required Kit

  • Primary (rifle)
  • 400 rounds for Carbine I.  900 rounds for all other 2 day Carbine Classes.
  • Secondary (handgun)
  • Proper holster for secondary (holster should be snug to your waistline)
  • Magazine carrier can be a chest rig, belt set up or cargo pockets
  • 4 spare magazines for primary and 3 mags for secondary
  • Eye pro (clear lenses for night shoots)
  • Glow sticks for night shoots
  • Hearing pro (electronic preferred)
  • Cleaning kit for weapons maintenance
  • Cleaning kit for weapons maintenance

Recommended Kit

  • Knee and elbow pads
  • Gloves
  • Baseball style hat

Bring a lunch and enough hydration for the day. Sunscreen, wet wipes and other comfort items. You may need a pen and paper for notes.