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  • EFFECTIVE CARBINE WAVERLY, GA 30 SEPT-1 OCT 2017 (Reservation Fee Only)

    Effective Carbine is designed to introduce shooters into the specific skills and the science it takes to engage targets at close and extended distances in various positions and speeds. Our goal is to help the individuals become comfortable with shooting their weapon systems at common ranges and increasing their 1st round hit probability at any range. This class will have targets available from 5-400 yards at the Strongpoint Shooting Complex in Waverly Hall, GA.
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  • WORKING CARBINE -Blakesly, GA 17-18 June

    WORKING CARBINE -Blakesly, GA 17-18 June
    $500 tuition (includes range fees)
    750 rounds(min 250 62 grain or larger for 5.56 rifles)
    Lodging available and recommended for $100 and meal plans available for $30 per day
    Targets will be engaged from 5-700+ yards over two days and classes include range estimation, wind, Ballistic calculations, shot process, rifle set up and vehicle cover.

    -Reservation Fee is a non-refundable payment $125 to reserve His or her seat in the class Remainder of the class cost $375.00 will be due on the Day the class begins .

    If the student fails to attend the class the reservation fee will not be refunded as this is a seat that could be utilized by another Student and all prior coordination would be based on total students attending.

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  1. This is very exciting. I look forward to seeing more from Warrior Industries and watching the firearms training industry benefit from your fresh approach and philosophy.

    Glenn L Plunkett
    Owner/ Lead Instructor
    Immediate Action Concepts LLC

    • Glenn, it has been a pleasure working with you these past years and look forward to continued work with you and Immediate Action Concepts

  2. Outstanding work and quite a busy year. You’re doing magnificent things and have the knowledge and foundation for endless potential! Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! Hope to attend some of your training in the future.

  3. ” I took a sound beating from people who had never heard of the 1-5 or even ran it. They could move through the stage apply their shot process with such efficiency that my mongo technique was woefully inadequate. They beat me on time, accuracy and fired half the rounds that I fired.. ”
    So what conclusion do you draw from this statement? Does it influence the training process for some people ?

  4. Thanks! Nice clear explanation for us non technical Luddites! This subject isn’t covered anywhere near enough. Lots of articles about reticles, power, red dots etc. While something as important as this is ignored.

  5. Great review. On the G19 are you racking the slide between each trigger pull to get the reset or using a different technique. Also, would this work on a SIRT, what does it use to detect the trigger break? Thanks.

  6. This pretty well explains why I decided to learn to shoot long range with a .308 Savage Palma rifle. I was advised that by the time I killed the barrel I might have learned a thing or two. That was great advice.