• Carbine Elements Theory 1 (CET1)
  • Duration: 3 Days

Carbine Elements Theory 1 (CET1) Course Description

Carbine Elements Theory 1 is designed to give the beginner, intermediate, or advanced shooter the proper carbine fundamentals. Starting with mindset, the class focuses on the core foundation of accuracy, acceptable accuracy under dynamic stress, and how to effectively balance speed and accuracy with proper weapon manipulation.


Subjects Covered

  • Life Safety Brief
  • Proper gear selection and placement
  • Establishing a proper zero
  • 7 fundamentals (Accuracy Drills, Axis and Mechanics of Recoil)
  • 3 Core Fundamentals
  • Acceptable Accuracy Drills
  • Balance of Speed and Accuracy
  • Speed reloads / Tactical reloads
  • Malfunctions
  • Movement Drills
  • Improvised shooting positions

Equipment List

Students provide their own ammo: 2000rds of carbine and 200 rounds of Handgun ammo minimum.

Hardware – A functional and practical carbine or battle rifle chambered in 5.56×45, 5.45×39, 300 Blackout, 7.62×39, 7.62×51. A secondary weapon (handgun) of choice. If available, a spare weapon system is also an excellent idea. A cleaning kit and tools that are compatible with the weapon system(s) in question is also a must. Each student should have a minimum of 5 working magazines.

  • Note pad, and pen/pencil
  • Clothing suited to strenuous activity as well as being seasonally appropriate
  • Rain gear / cold weather gear (seasonal)
  • Ear pro (electronic preferred) / Eye pro
  • Baseball style hat recommended
  • Proper belt to support equipment
  • Carbine magazine pouches, Battle belt, or Chest rig
  • Handgun (secondary weapon), magazines
  • Tools that work on your weapon
  • A holster and magazine pouch that will retain equipment when moving
  • Weapons lube
  • Water hydrating device
  • Knee and elbow pads (optional)
  • Gloves (optional)
  • An open mind

Dates & Locations

  • Annville, PA October 16 - October 18, 2020

  • Homestead, FL November 6 - November 8, 2020

Important Range Host Info
Joe Savio (GST) – Course will be held at Palmyra Sportsman Association located at 410 Sportsman Rd and Plum St, Annville, PA 17003

Contact: Joe at 732.245.7844 Email: jmsavio@gstbase.com
Range fee: $60/ 3-day class to be paid direct to the host the first day of class.

Meals: Contact the host for more information.

Recommended Airport
Philadelphia International Airport (Approximately 2 hours from the range.)

$695.

Important Range Host Info
DA1 Training – Course will be held at Homestead Training Center 11700 SW 304th Street Homestead, FL 33033

Contact: Dave at 616-308-9130  Email: dave@da1ndustries.com

Range fee: $75/3-day course

Meals: It is recommended that students bring lunch to the range each day.

Recommended Lodging: TBD.

Recommended Airport:
Miami International (MIA) (Approximately 33 miles from the range).