COURSE INFO:

1-Day Class | 9am – 7pm
(view available classes below)

PRE-REQUISITES:

Valid CPL or Law Enforcement Credentials (if you do not have either, email us for instructions).

Must have working operational knowledge of the firearm you bring to class (i.e know how to load/unload safely).

MUST KNOW, UNDERSTAND AND APPLY THE FOUR LIFE RULES OF RESPONSIBLE FIREARMS HANDLING AT ALL TIMES. See video below.

DESCRIPTION:

Class Flow: RELAXED (students can expect a slow pace focusing on the AR-15 platform and marksmanship)

This class takes AR-15 rifle/carbine shooting back to the basics. In an attempt to focus on the defensive use of an AR-15, many classes do not focus a great deal of time on the ability to place a bullet precisely where the shooter wants it to go. This MDFI Core class takes a look at the special considerations needed to properly use the .223/5.56 AR-15 platform and keep it running, how to conduct a proper sight-in, and will prepare the student for foundation-level defensive training.

This is a great class for shooters new to the .223/5.56 AR-15 rifle/carbine. We work together starting from the absolute basics to get the student prepared to add the AR-15 to their defensive tool-kit.

TOPICS COVERED:

  • In-depth Firearms Responsibility (safety) and Medical Briefing
  • AR-15 Set Up (including slings, sights, lights, and others)
  • AR-15 Maintenance
  • Trajectory, Ballistics, and How to Zero Your AR-15
  • Fundamentals of Marksmanship
  • Shooting Techniques
  • Shooting Positions

STUDENT REQUIREMENTS:

REQUIRED:

  • .223 / 5.56 AR-15 Rifle (No other platforms are allowed in this class. For all others, start with our Foundation Carbine course)
  • Rifles Need to Have Fixed or Back-Up Iron Sights (BUIS) that are mounted to the top rail of the firearm.
  • PLEASE REMOVE ANY MOUNTED OPTICS BEFORE CLASS, this class is shot with ONLY iron sights. (but will prepare you for any optic you choose to use.)
  • 100 Rounds of Ammunition
  • (2) 30 Round Magazines
  • Eye + Ear Protection

RECOMMENDED:

  • To assist in the maintenance portion of the class, we recommend a small folding table or picnic blanket.
  • To assist in the shooting portion of the class, a small backpack or bag filled with clothing / rags you don’t mind getting dirty may be helpful.
  • Appropriate clothing for weather and for prone shooting (laying on the ground)
  • Sunscreen / Insect Repellent
  • Folding Canopy, Table and/or Chair
  • Snacks + Drink for 8 Hours of Training

UPCOMING CLASSES

Class Cost: $200 + $25 Range Fee

  • Saturday
    June 17, 2023
    9:00 am - 7:00 pm
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Full Tuitionshow details + $200.00 (USD)  

Class Cost: $200 + $25 Range Fee

  • Saturday
    September 16, 2023
    9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Details Price Qty
Full Tuitionshow details + $200.00 (USD)   Goes On Sale
April 15, 2023

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 3 reviews
 by Alan on Class: Carbine Basics

There were only five of us in class. While i believe most places would have canceled the class, Trek stepped up and did what i would not expect a business man to do. He held the class and we got a huge dose of "Trek on one." And because my blaster had an uneven rail setup,and could not be zeroed, He told me to use his brand new three gun rig!



You just don't find this kind of "ego free" environment very often.



I look forward to training with MDFI as often as possible.



Al D

 by Steve on Class: Carbine Basics

Took Carbine Basics in Aug 2020. This is my 3rd course with MDFI. Excellent as always. I've owned carbines but never took the time to actually learn some fundamentals about the platform. My expectations were more than exceeded. My takeaways evolve around the basic inspection of all parts (I even found broken/ loose parts that I never normally check) to the simple zeroing techniques provided (maximizing your ammo usage). If you are new the carbine platform, start here, you won't be disappointed.

 by Tosh on Class: Carbine Basics

I took Carbine Basics and Foundation Carbine back-to-back. This was a great way to go. Carbine Basics will ground you in the most critical aspects of your carbine. The tools and techniques I learned in 'Basics around the principles of zeroing and offset were the biggest takeaway for me. No doubt this is where you want to begin your carbine journey.