Class Location


Wildcat Valley Rifle and Pistol Club

12094 S 300 E

Brookston, IN 47923

Course Fee: $125


The Advanced Tactical Carbine Course (CARBINE II) is a one-day course designed to build upon the basic skills from CARBINE I and provide the student with more in depth and advanced carbine skill set. The course is tailored to the employment of the AR-15 platform due to its immense popularity throughout the United States. However, other semi-automatic carbines / rifles are welcomed as the course is not limited to the AR-15 platform and can easily be adapted to fit individual needs. Students will learn the advanced operation and manipulation of their weapon system, advanced firing positions, engage targets from 10-100 yards in a variety of conventional and asymmetric positions, utilization of cover, pistol transitions, and much more. Students will then be tested by completing the ARMA DYNAMICS Combat Standards Drill and the ARMA DYNAMICS Carbine Qualification Course.



Training Objectives:

- Safety

- Equipment selection and placement

- Advanced carbine marksmanship skills

- Advanced weapon manipulation techniques

- Immediate action/malfunction drills

- Shooting on the move

- Advanced shooting positions

- Utilization of cover

- Pistol transitions

- Combat Standards Drill

- Carbine Qualification Course


Course Goal:

- After completing this course, students will have the advanced skill set needed to safely and confidently operate a carbine in a defensive situation.



- Completion of CARBINE I or:

   - Active / former Military

   - Active / former LEO

- Must be a U.S. Citizen

- Ability to legally own and possess a firearm

- An understanding of basic Firearms Safety Rules

- Willingness to learn


Ammunition Requirements:

- 800 rounds of quality carbine ammunition (most malfunctions are ammo related)

- 250 rounds of quality pistol ammunition


Student Equipment Requirements:

- Carbine / Rifle (Center fire, semi-automatic, magazine fed. Center fire pistol caliber

  carbines are welcome.)

- Tactical Sling (one-point, two-point, or three-point)

- Minimum of seven (7) serviceable carbine magazines

- A means of carrying at least four (4) carbine magazines on your person

- A serviceable semi-automatic pistol

- Minimum of three (3) pistol magazines

- Pistol holster and magazine pouch


- Weapon cleaning kit with oil

- Appropriate range clothing (Long pants & closed toed shoes REQUIRED)*

- Water and snacks to last the day of training (we will not break for lunch)

       *choose clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty


Recommended Equipment:

- Optical Sight

- Electronic hearing protection (facilitates easier recognition of range commands)

- Elbow and knee pads (drills may be conducted on gravel)

- Gloves (extended firing will heat barrel, and hand guard / rail)

- Headgear / hat

- Spare parts & tools

- Rain / inclement weather gear (training will continue despite weather)

- Insect Repellent

- Sunscreen

- Extra magazines and magazine pouches (Highly Recommended)

- Folding chair



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