This is a highly dynamic, 1-day class (approx. 8-10 hours) occurring completely on the range. Safe Gun Handling skills are absolutely essential. Participants unable to demonstrate safe gun handling skills will be removed from Level II training? no refunds, although Diamondback Training Division may work with these participants to provide remedial training so they can return to this class at a later date. This course culminates with night fire training. Must be lawfully allowed to train with firearms in the U.S.
Intro to Carbines
Students will need: Eye and Hearing protection, handgun (semi-auto or revolver), 100 rounds of training ammunition, note-taking material, plenty of water & snacks for the range, and weather appropriate attire.
Rental Handguns are available upon coordinated request – let us know if you’re planning to rent when you register! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate rentals, or with questions.
Must be lawfully allowed to train with firearms.
What This Course Covers
- Safety / Safe Gun Handling requirements for Hot Range training
- Gear selection and placement
- Revisit the Fundamentals: slow fire for accuracy
- Malfunction Clearance drills (for time)
- Reload Drills (for time)
- Close Quarters Battle (CQB) drills
- Shooting while moving
- Multiple Target engagements / Various Distances
- Fast-n-Slow drills
- Use of cover/concealment, planning your movement
- Multiple Ground Fighting Drills
- Transition Drills
- Intro to Team Movement / Team Fire Drills
- Vehicle Ops / shooting under and around vehicle
- Low Light Shooting Drills
- Flashlight Drills / No Light Drills / Night Fire Drills
Carbine (AR, AK or FAN platform)
Chest Rig or Tactical belt with at least three (3) carbine magazines
Sturdy strong side handgun holster and handgun mag pouch
At least three (3) handgun magazines
Eye & Hearing protection
Sling (1-Point or 2-Point)
Minimum of 400 rounds of target ammunition for carbine
Minimum of 100 rounds of target ammunition for handgun
Flashlight (either End Cap actuated or Weapon-Mounted light with holster)
Appropriate attire for training at outdoor private AZ range
Change of shirt recommended (for after ground fighting)
Lots of water, sunscreen and a bag lunch/snacks for a very full training evening
A US Army 82nd Airborne Reconnaissance Infantryman, and Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran (2008-2009), I also spend as much time as possible outside hunting and fishing. Having countless hours training with multiple weapon platforms from crew served weapons to pistols, and having trained military, law enforcement, and civilians. We are constantly updating our training curriculum, making Diamondback an ideal training environment for individuals from every walk of life.
-NRA Certifications: Refuse to be A Victim Instructor, Range Safety Officer, Pistol Instructor, Rifle Instructor, Shotgun Instructor, Inside and Outside the Home Personal Protection Instructor
-Arizona Department of Public Safety, Unarmed and Armed Security Guard Instructor
-Arizona Game and Fish Hunter Education Volunteer Instructor
-Sabre Red OC Spray Instructor
-ASP Baton, Handcuffing, and Flashlight Tactics Instructor
A Former US Marine, Roan Grimm has dedicated his life to the study of the grim realities of violent close combat. With 35+ years of martial arts, the past 27 of which have been focused on the weapon intensive Filipino martial arts (arnis/eskrima/kali) and WWII era American combatives (scientific dirty fighting). With over 125 real contact stick fights with the world renown Dog Brothers, Grimm has tested the theories of actual fighting with impact weapons at a level few can approach.
-NRA certified RSO, Pistol, Rifle, and Shotgun Instructor
-Guro (black belt equivalent) in Nitullama silat as well as Dog Brothers Martial Arts
-Ma’a Guro in Sub3 American Kali, and Full Dog Brother – “Poi Dog”
-AZ DPS certified Unarmed Guard Instructor
-Creator of ADEPT personal security program