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$500.00 for private class.

Tuition:  $150.00 per student / minimum 2 students per class.

Tuition:  $225.00 per student / minimum 2 students per class.

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$375.00 for private class.

Tuition:  $350.00 per student / minimum 2 students per class.

$250.00 for private class.


Again, these are basic concepts that will be taught further and only a basic understanding is necessary. This course will revolve around furthering basic marksmanship skills with a carbine, as well as an introduction to shoot and move techniques (all topics will taught with an utmost emphasis on safe handling of all firearms).

  • Kit Set Up
  • Reconfirm Zero (If range available, test true zero out to 100M)
  • Point of Aim & Point of Impact
  • Shooting between 100M
  • Shooting position familiarization and live fire (Prone, Kneeling, Standing) 
  • Shooting 25M & Closer
  • Ready Up Drills
  • Reflexive Fire
  • Speed Drills
  • Target Discernment
  • Off Hand 
  • Introduction to Move & Shoot

Package 3 

2- Day Advance AR Training 

This course is intended for shooters who have a basic understanding and knowledge of their carbine, as well as have a basic understanding of shooting and zeroing. There will be zero traditional classroom time, as all instruction will be given on the range. This class will last approximately 2 day course. In order for all topics to be covered, a basic understanding of these concepts will be necessary (these concepts will be reinforced and compounded upon);

Weapon Safety

o   Assembly / Disassembly
o   Function Check
o   Loading / Unloading
o   Press Check
o   Five Fundamentals of Marksmanship
o   Use of Sight
o   Clearing Malfunctions
o   Reload Techniques
o   Delivering Controlled Pairs

​​​Topics covered include: 

  • Safety
  • Nomenclature
  • Mechanical Operation
  • Disassembly / Assembly
  • Function Check
  • Loading & Unloading
  • Maintenance & Cleaning
  • Storage & Transportation
  • Mil-spec vs. Non Mil-spec (including parts, barrel twist & ammo selection)
  • Sling Use
  • Weapon Accessories

​​​​Topics Covered Include: 

  • ​Safety
  • Nomenclature
  • Mechanical Operation
  • Disassembly / Assembly
  • Function Check
  • Loading & Unloading
  • Maintenance & Cleaning
  • Storage & Transportation
  • Mil-spec vs. Non Mil-spec (including parts, barrel twist & ammo selection)
  • Sling Use
  • Weapon Accessories
  • Fundamentals of Shooting an AR15
  • Press Checks
  • Proper Sight Alignment & Adjustment
  • Sight Offset
  • Presentation From Low Ready
  • Delivering Controlled Pairs
  • Threat Assessment & Area Scanning
  • Ammunition Management – Tactical Reload – Emergency Reload – Speed Reload
  • Malfunction Clearance Drills

Intermediate Tactical Training

Advance Tactical Training

AR  Introduction for Beginners

Education on Purchasing

Instructors have Military or Law Enforcement Training Expertise.

The AR design was originally invented in the years following World War II as a direct response to the evolving needs of infantry soldiers. One of the most popular automatic rifle designs to date, the M16 began life as the AR15 (Armalite Rifle) at the Armalite Division of the Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, designed by Eugene Stoner, Robert Fremont and James Sullivan.  Armalite ended up selling the rights of the AR-10 / AR15 design to Colt’s Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company in 1959.

Colt aggressively marketed the AR15 to militaries (as well as commercially), winning sizable US contracts which found the rifles type-classified as the M16 by the US Army. There were designed flaws in the beginning, but problems with the rifle quickly dissolved. Colt developed the M4 Carbine, with a 14.5″ (368mm) barrel, step-cut to accept the M203 grenade launcher. By 1994, the M4, along with a full-automatic version of the M16A2 that included an integrated M1913 Picatinny Rail optics-mounting platform (M16A3), were also type-classified.

There are now countless variations of the AR15 / M16 design, manufactured and sold by literally dozens of companies including Armalite, Bushmaster, Colt, Diemaco, DPMS, Fabrique Nationale, Les Baer Custom, Olympic Arms, Rock River Arms, Wilson Combat, and countless assembly companies. The M16 rifle is supported by a vast industry providing aftermarket parts, optics, and other accessories. This massive level of support suggests that the AR15 / M16 rifle is here for the forseeable future.

The History of the AR Rifle 

Additional Information:  

​​All students must be 18, have the legal ability to purchase a rifle. Minors (under 18 but above 15) will be allowed with accompanying Parent or Legal Guardian.

​Level 2 

4 Hour Intermediate AR  

This course expands from our package 1 course and is geared towards anyone who already owns an AR15, but has little or no formal training with it. This course will introduce students to the basics of tactical AR15 shooting. The class is approximately 4 hours in length including both classroom and range time. The skills learned in the classroom will be reinforced on the range during our live fire drills. This combination of classroom and live fire will focus on building good fundamentals to safely operate the AR15 weapon system and help prepare students for our more advanced tactical carbine classes.

Students will need to have an AR15, sling, eye & ear protection, two – 30 round AR15 magazines. Bring between 250 Rounds.

AR Education & Training

Level 1 

3 Hour Introduction to  AR

This course is geared towards anyone looking to buy their first AR15 carbine/rifle. It offers future or current AR15 owners an extensive hands on experience with several different brands and manufacturers of AR15s. This class takes place in our classroom then following up at the range. Class typically last 3 to 3.5 hours. 

Students will become familiarized with the AR15 weapon system and will learn the basics necessary to select, own and maintain the AR15 that’s right for them based on cost and intended use. Students do not need to have an AR15, but are welcome to bring one if they do.

AR Education & Training