Sanford, NC Carbine Reload PM: February 23, 2018

Sanford, NC Carbine Reload PM: February 23, 2018

  • $ 125.00

We are excited to have you join us on the range in 2018! 

This is a NEW 4 Hour Clinical Course on: Reload for Carbine

Course Date: February 23, 2018

Course Location: Sanford, NC

Course Start Time: 1300

Full Price: $250 

(50% non-refundable deposit due at booking. All remaining balances are invoiced one week prior to the course. Please direct all questions to

Max Participants: 6 


Reload Clinical
Required Gear: 
• Carbine 
• Sling
• Ballistic Eye Protection
• Hearing Protection
• 2 Magazines 
• A way to mount two mags to belt
• Kneepads– optional
• 50 Rounds


(Stance and Grip is a prerequisite for this course)
(Stance and Grip is a prerequisite for this course)
Reload clinical is focused on reloading the firearm effectively. Most people want to have a solid reload. However, they do not know the techniques or the steps to master a reload. We will break down the steps and show you exactly what is needed to make your reloads much more reliable and faster at the same time.



Half Day Clinical Diagnostics
Through my years of coaching with video diagnostics the fix is not going to happen with just one class. I have tried to coach shooters based off the current firearms training models. These models do not work largely due to an overwhelming amount of requirements to accomplish in a short period of time. Additionally most, if not all, firearms training models are pre to post-WWII and “train the trainer,” which is grapevine information. It is not the most effective way to master firearms. This is why most shooters never get better.
The new 4-hour clinical format is created to focus on one task at a time. We will use modern neuroscience and video diagnostics to enhance each participants learning experience. We will substitute what has traditionally been myth or generic information with facts and best practices based on science and video. The clinical will offer one-onone coaching with video diagnostics focusing on the course participant’s strengths and weakness. During the clinical, we will do the initial video diagnostics to determine your baseline in what you do or do not do with the firearm. Once we review the initial video, we will apply best practices and changes to adjust your techniques for the most efficient and effective application of the firearm. Once you have mastered these techniques, we will conduct a final video diagnostic to establish and review what perfect practice looks like. At the conclusion of the clinical, you will be provided your training videos as homework in order to continue to train on your own.

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