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27 April
Washoe County Shooting Facility
Monday

Nevada CCW

21555 Pyramid Way Sparks, NV 89510

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Nevada Concealed Carry Weapons Course

Course Length: 8 hours full class / 4 hours renewal

The Nevada Concealed Carried Weapon Course is designed for anyone wishing to apply for a Nevada CCW permit.  This curriculum is based upon thousands of hours of refinement in both the law enforcement and civilian defensive training sectors.  Students will be presented with the material and repetitions to feel confident in effectively deploying and using their pistol.

This course starts at the Washoe County Shooting Facility at 8:00am and runs till 4:00pm. The course will consist of 4 hours of classroom and 4 hours of range work. Students must pass a written test and firearms qualification.

For individuals wishing to renew their NV CCW permit, you will start at 10:00 am and run till 2:00pm, with Legal Update and completing a Firearms Qualification.

Range Address

Washoe County Shooting Facility

21555 Pyramid Way

Sparks, Nevada 89510

Instructional material covered

  • Firearms safety
  • Equipment selection
  • Basic manipulation tasks
  • Reloading techniques
  • Malfunction clearance techniques
  • Shooting fundamentals
  • Basic care and maintenance

Required equipment

  • Handgun with at 1-3 magazines
  • Holster and magazine pouch
    • Holster must provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. Blackhawk SERPA style holsters are strongly discouraged due to safety concerns.
  • Eye protection
  • Hearing protection (electronic hearing protection preferred)
  • Weather appropriate clothing
    • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
  • Close toed shoes
  • 150 rounds handgun ammunition
  • Note taking material and writing utensil
  • Food, Water, Sunscreen, Chair, and any other comfort items

Other Pertinent Course Information

  • Please, leave all weapons in your vehicle for the classroom portion of the class.
  • Please bring food and water as you will not have time to drive to town.
  • The drive from downtown Reno can be as short as 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on traffic.

Course prerequisites

None

Upcoming date(s) for this course
April 2020
27
April
Monday

Nevada CCW

Washoe County Shooting Facility | 21555 Pyramid Way Sparks, NV 89510
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    End User Handgun

    Course Length: 8 hours

    Course Description

    End User Handgun is designed to provide students with foundational level material focusing on preparing students to employ their handgun for daily carry or duty use.  This curriculum is based upon thousands of hours of refinement in both the law enforcement and civilian defensive training sectors.  Curriculum is appropriate for students with little to no formal firearms training or for those looking to refresh the fundamentals.  Students will be presented with the material and repetitions to feel confident in effectively deploying and using their handgun.

    Instructional material covered

    • Firearms safety
    • Defensive firearm implementation / mindset
    • Equipment selection
    • Basic manipulation tasks
    • Draw stroke
    • Reloading techniques
    • Malfunction clearance techniques
    • Shooting fundamentals
    • Skill building drills
    • Post engagement processes
    • Basic care and maintenance

    Required equipment

    • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
    • Holster and magazine pouch
      • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
    • Eye protection
    • Electronic hearing protection
    • Weather appropriate clothing
      • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
    • Close toed shoes
    • 500 rounds handgun ammunition
    • Cleaning / maintenance supplies

    Course prerequisites

    None

    Upcoming date(s) for this course

    No event found!
    End User Rifle

    Course Length: 8 hours

    Course Description

    End User Rifle is designed to provide students with foundational level material focusing on preparing students to employ their rifle for defensive or duty purposes.  This curriculum is based upon thousands of hours of refinement in both the law enforcement and civilian defensive training sectors.  Curriculum is appropriate for students with little to no formal firearms training or for those looking to refresh the fundamentals.  Students will be presented with the material and repetitions to feel confident in effectively deploying and using their rifle.  Students will also learn when and how to transition to their pistol.

    Instructional material covered

    • Firearms safety
    • Defensive firearm implementation / mindset
    • Equipment selection
    • Basic manipulation tasks
    • Position building
    • Reloading techniques
    • Malfunction clearance techniques
    • Shooting fundamentals
    • Skill building drills
    • Post engagement processes
    • Basic care and maintenance

    Required equipment

    • Rifle with at least 3 magazines (Rifle must have a sling)
      • Rifle needs to be zeroed prior to the class
    • Handgun with at least 2 magazines
    • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch and one rifle pouch)
      • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
    • Eye protection
    • Electronic hearing protection
    • Weather appropriate clothing
      • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
    • Close toed shoes
    • 500 rounds rifle ammunition (No green tip or armor piercing ammunition)
    • 200 rounds handgun ammunition
    • Cleaning / maintenance supplies

    Course prerequisites

    None

    Upcoming date(s) for this course

    April 2020
    27
    April
    Monday

    Nevada CCW

    Washoe County Shooting Facility | 21555 Pyramid Way Sparks, NV 89510
      May 2020
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      End User Shotgun

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      End User Shotgun is designed to provide students with foundational level material focusing on preparing students to employ their shotgun for defensive or duty purposes.  This curriculum is based upon thousands of hours of refinement in both the law enforcement and civilian defensive training sectors.  Curriculum is appropriate for students with little to no formal firearms training or for those looking to refresh the fundamentals.  Students will be presented with the material and repetitions to feel confident in effectively deploying and using their shotgun.  Students will also learn when and how to transition to their pistol.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Defensive firearm implementation / mindset
      • Equipment selection
      • Basic manipulation tasks
      • Types of shotgun munitions
      • Loading and reloading techniques
      • Slug changeovers
      • Shotgun carry techniques
      • Shotgun zeroing and patterning
      • Skill building drills

      Required equipment

      • Shotgun with sling attached
        • Shot shell carrier (Can be shotgun mounted or body mounted)
      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • 300 rounds birdshot
      • 60 rounds slug
      • 60 rounds buckshot
      • 200 rounds handgun

      Course prerequisites

      *End User Handgun

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      May 2020
      No event found!
      End User Low Light Handgun

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      End User Low Light Handgun is an all-encompassing low light course allowing Civilians, Law Enforcement Officers, and Military Personnel the opportunity to work with a Weapon Mounted Light and handheld light.  This curriculum focuses on the skills and tactics needed to succeed in low light environments through specific drills designed to reinforce the importance of proper techniques.

      Instructional material covered:

      • Firearms safety
      • Low light techniques / mindset
      • Equipment selection
      • Searching techniques
      • Engagement techniques
      • Skill building drills
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Handgun mounted light (Recommended) and sufficient spare batteries
      • Handheld flashlight and sufficient spare batteries (Required)
      • Holster and magazine pouch
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the handgun from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • 500 rounds handgun ammunition
      • Headlamp or small task light for administrative functions

      Course prerequisites

      End User Handgun*

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      No event found!
      End User Low Light Rifle

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      End User Low Light Rifle is an all-encompassing low light course allowing Civilians, Law Enforcement Officers, and Military Personnel the opportunity to work with a Weapon Mounted Light and handheld light. This curriculum focuses on the skills and tactics needed to succeed in low light environments through specific drills designed to reinforce the importance of proper techniques.

      Instructional material covered:

      • Firearms safety
      • Low light techniques / mindset
      • Equipment selection
      • Searching techniques
      • Engagement techniques
      • Skill building drills
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Rifle with at least 3 magazines (Rifle must have a sling)
        • Rifle needs to be zeroed prior to the class
      • Rifle mounted light and sufficient batteries (Required)
      • Handgun with at least 2 magazines
      • Pistol mounted light (Recommended) and sufficient spare batteries
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch and one rifle pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Handheld flashlight and sufficient spare batteries (Required)
      • Headlamp or small task light for administrative functions
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • 500 rounds rifle ammunition (No green tip or armor piercing ammunition)
      • 200 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      End User Rifle*

      Professional Handgun

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      Professional Handgun is a continuation of the End User Handgun curriculum.  This course focuses on further developing the skills and tactics needed to succeed in complex defensive situations.  This course hones these techniques and allows students to more thoroughly test them through enhanced skill building drills.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Defensive firearm implementation / mindset
      • Decision making / stress conditions
      • Positional shooting
      • Movement shooting
      • Complex malfunction clearance techniques
      • Self-assessment / shooting fundamentals
      • Skill building drills
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • 500 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      End User Handgun*

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      No event found!
      Professional Rifle

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      Professional Rifle is a continuation of the End User Rifle curriculum.  This course focuses on further developing the skills and tactics needed to succeed in complex defensive situations.  This course hones these techniques and allows students to more thoroughly test them through enhanced skill building drills.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Defensive firearm implementation / mindset
      • Decision making / stress conditions
      • Distance engagements
      • Positional shooting
      • Movement shooting
      • Complex malfunction clearance techniques
      • Self-assessment / shooting fundamentals
      • Skill building drills
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Rifle with at least 3 magazines (Rifle must have a sling)
        • Rifle needs to be zeroed prior to the class
      • Handgun with at least 2 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch and one rifle pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • 750 rounds rifle ammunition (No green tip or armor piercing ammunition)
      • 250 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      End User Rifle*

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      April 2020
      No event found!
      Professional Handgun Shoot House

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      Professional Handgun Shoot house is a tactics-based course which will give the Citizen, Law Enforcement Officer or Military Personnel the needed skills to work in an ever changing urban environment. The techniques are learned through square range movement and tactics-based skill building drills as well as shoot house exercises. Students will also test skills in the shoot house through the scenarios. Students will gain experience with the techniques as an individual and as a small team.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Concepts / mindset
      • Equipment selection
      • Searching techniques
      • Engagement techniques
      • Skill building drills
      • Scenario based exercises
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouch
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the handgun from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • Plate carrier with armor (recommended)
      • Ballistic Helmet (recommended)
      • 500 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      Professional Handgun*

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      No event found!
      Professional Rifle Shoot House

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      Professional Rifle Shoot house is a tactics-based course which will give the Citizen, Law Enforcement Officer or Military Personnel the needed skills to work in an ever-changing urban environment. The techniques are learned through square range movement and tactics-based skill building drills as well as shoot house exercises. Students will also test skills in the shoot house through the scenarios. Students will gain experience with the techniques as an individual and as a small team.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Concepts / mindset
      • Equipment selection
      • Searching techniques
      • Engagement techniques
      • Skill building drills
      • Scenario based exercises
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Rifle with at least 3 magazines (Rifle must have a sling)
        • Rifle needs to be zeroed prior to the class
      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch and one rifle pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • Plate carrier with armor (recommended)
      • Ballistic Helmet (recommended)
      • 500 rounds rifle ammunition (No green tip or armor piercing ammunition)
      • 200 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      Professional Handgun*

      Professional Rifle*

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      No event found!
      Comprehensive Shoot House

      Course Length: 16 hours

      Course Description

      Comprehensive Shoot house is a multifaceted course designed to build upon the concepts covered in our Shoot House and Low Light courses.  This curriculum is designed to prepare the Citizen, Law Enforcement Officer or Military Personnel to apply effective tactics in complex and dynamic environments. Students will work on the effective usage of both Rifle and Handgun weapon systems.  Students will also work on honing their skills in a low light environment.  This is an advanced course requiring students to demonstrate exceptional firearms safety and manipulation.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Concepts / mindset
      • Searching techniques
      • Engagement techniques
      • Low light techniques
      • Skill building drills
      • Scenario based exercises
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Rifle with at least 3 magazines (Rifle must have a sling)
        • Rifle needs to be zeroed prior to the class
      • Rifle mounted light and sufficient batteries (Required)
      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch and one rifle pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Handgun mounted light (Recommended) and sufficient spare batteries
      • Handheld flashlight and sufficient spare batteries (Required)
      • Headlamp or small task light for administrative functions Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • Plate carrier with armor (recommended)
      • Ballistic Helmet (recommended)
      • 1,000 rounds rifle ammunition (No green tip or armor piercing ammunition)
      • 500 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      Professional Handgun*

      Professional Rifle*

      Low Light Handgun*

      Low Light Rifle*

      Low Light Handgun Shoot House

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      Low light handgun shoot house is an intermediate tactics based course which will give the Citizen, Law Enforcement Officer or Military Personnel the needed skills to work in an ever changing urban environment in low light conditions. The techniques are learned through square range movement and tactics based skill building drills as well as shoot house exercises.  Students will work on handheld and weapon mounted light techniques.  Students will test acquired skills during live fire shoot house scenarios.  Students will gain experience with the techniques as an individual and as a small team.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Concepts / mindset
      • Searching techniques
      • Engagement techniques
      • Low light techniques
      • Skill building drills
      • Scenario based exercises
      • Working in an urban environment during hours of darkness
      • Threat Identification during hours of darkness
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Handgun mounted light (Recommended) and sufficient spare batteries
      • Handheld flashlight and sufficient spare batteries (Required)
      • Headlamp or small task light for administrative functions
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • Plate carrier with armor (recommended)
      • Ballistic Helmet (recommended)
      • 300-500 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      Professional Pistol*

      Professional Low Light Pistol*

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      No event found!
      Low Light Rifle Shoot House

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      Low light rifle shoot house is an intermediate tactics-based course which will give the Citizen, Law Enforcement Officer or Military Personnel the needed skills to work in an ever-changing urban environment in low light conditions. The techniques are learned through square range movement and tactics-based skill building drills as well as shoot house exercises. Students will work on handheld and weapon mounted light techniques.  Students will test acquired skills during live fire shoot house scenarios. Students will gain experience with the techniques as an individual and as a small team.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Concepts / mindset
      • Searching techniques
      • Engagement techniques
      • Low light techniques
      • Skill building drills
      • Scenario based exercises
      • Working in an urban environment during hours of darkness
      • Threat Identification during hours of darkness
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Rifle with at least 3 magazines (Rifle must have a sling)
        • Rifle needs to be zeroed prior to the class
      • Rifle mounted light and sufficient batteries (Required)
      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch and one rifle pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Handgun mounted light (Recommended) and sufficient spare batteries
      • Handheld flashlight and sufficient spare batteries (Required)
      • Headlamp or small task light for administrative functions
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • Plate carrier with armor (recommended)
      • Ballistic Helmet (recommended)
      • 300-500 rounds rifle ammunition (No green tip or armor piercing ammunition)
      • 100 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      Professional Rifle*

      Professional Low Light Rifle*

      Red Dot Handgun

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      Red Dot Handgun is designed to provide students with information and skills specific to the usage of Red Dot Equipped Handguns.  Curriculum will cover all aspects of RDS handgun implementation including: Mounting, care, maintenance, zeroing and equipment selection.  Students will learn RDS handgun theory and will work through extensive repetitions to build competency with their platform.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Concepts / mindset
      • Red Dot Sight options
      • RDS handgun theory
      • RDS handgun specific techniques
      • RDS handgun zeroing

      Required equipment

      • Handgun with Red Dot Sight mounted (Loaner units available upon request)
      • At least 3 handgun magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • 300-500 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      End User Handgun*

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      April 2020
      No event found!
      Intermediate Distance Rifle

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      Intermediate Distance Rifle focuses on Rifle engagements at distances from 0300+ yards.  This course focuses on the use of Low Power Variable Magnification Optics (LPVO) and Magnified Red Dot optic platforms.  Students will learn the theory behind longer distance engagements and necessary skill sets to succeed in this environment.  Courses of fire will stress the correct application of learned skills and students will have ample opportunity to test their individual rifle setups while comparing them to other available options.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Concepts / mindset
      • Zeroing procedures
      • Engagement techniques
      • Distance and wind compensation
      • Skill building drills
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Rifle with at least 3 magazines (Rifle must have a sling)
        • Rifle needs to be zeroed prior to the class
      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch and one rifle pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
      • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • 350 rounds rifle ammunition (No green tip or armor piercing ammunition)
        • Students are encouraged to bring 100 rounds of Duty ammunition / match rifle ammunition as part of the 350 rounds.
      • 50 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      Professional Rifle*

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      May 2020
      No event found!
      Professional Night Vision

      Course Length: 8 hours

      Course Description

      Professional Night Vision is designed to focus on the manipulation of and practical application of NVG systems.  Curriculum will cover NVG and MFAL (Multifunction Aiming Laser) manipulation techniques as well as MFAL zeroing theory and techniques.  The course includes extensive manipulation and live fire range drills designed to build a solid foundation of competency in nolight environments.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Concepts / mindset
      • MFAL zeroing
      • NVG Searching techniques
      • NVG Engagement techniques
      • NVG / White light transitions
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Rifle with at least 3 magazines (Rifle must have a sling)
        • Rifle needs to be zeroed prior to the class
        • MFAL (Multifunction Aiming Laser)
      • Rifle mounted light and sufficient batteries (Required)
      • Night Vision Unit
        • Helmet or skullcrusher with shroud
        • Night vision mount and JArm
      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch and one rifle pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Handgun mounted light (Recommended) and sufficient spare batteries
      • Handheld flashlight and sufficient spare batteries (Required)
      • Headlamp or small task light for administrative functions
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • Plate carrier with armor (recommended)
      • Ballistic Helmet (recommended)
      • 300-500 rounds rifle ammunition (No green tip or armor piercing ammunition)
      • 100 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      Professional Handgun*

      Professional Rifle*

      Low Light Rifle*

      Comprehensive Night Vision

      Course Length: 16 hours

      Course Description

      Comprehensive Night Vision is a multifaceted course designed to build upon the concepts covered in our Professional Night Vision Course.  This is a tactics and theory-based course stressing the development of night vision device usage.  Students will increase competency with their NVG unit, MFAL, Rifle and Handgun though specific drills designed to reinforce the concepts and fundamentals.  Students will learn to work with their NVG system in a multitude of environments including the shoot house.  This is an advanced course requiring students to demonstrate exceptional firearms safety and manipulation.

      Instructional material covered

      • Firearms safety
      • Concepts / mindset
      • MFAL zeroing
      • NVG Searching techniques
      • NVG Engagement techniques
      • NVG / White light transitions
      • NVG CQB techniques
      • Scenario based exercises
      • Post engagement processes

      Required equipment

      • Rifle with at least 3 magazines (Rifle must have a sling)
        • Rifle needs to be zeroed prior to the class
        • MFAL (Multifunction Aiming Laser)
      • Rifle mounted light and sufficient batteries (Required)
      • Night Vision Unit
        • Helmet or skullcrusher with shroud
        • Night vision mount and JArm
      • Handgun with at least 3 magazines
      • Holster and magazine pouches (At least one pistol pouch and one rifle pouch)
        • Holster must attach to the belt and provide sufficient retention to prevent the firearm from falling out during moderate physical activity. SERPA style holsters will not be permitted.
      • Handgun mounted light (Recommended) and sufficient spare batteries
      • Handheld flashlight and sufficient spare batteries (Required)
      • Headlamp or small task light for administrative functions
      • Eye protection
      • Electronic hearing protection
      • Weather appropriate clothing
        • Pants, long sleeve shirts and hats are recommended
      • Close toed shoes
      • Plate carrier with armor (recommended)
      • Ballistic Helmet (recommended)
      • 300-500 rounds rifle ammunition (No green tip or armor piercing ammunition)
      • 100 rounds handgun ammunition

      Course prerequisites

      Professional Night Vision*

      Professional Handgun*

      Professional Rifle*

      Low Light Rifle*

      Upcoming date(s) for this course

      June 2020
      No event found!

      * Students wishing to attend courses without applicable Crucible Consulting prerequisite who believe they have comparable prior training should contact the instructor prior to registering for individualized vetting.