Combat Carbine




This course of instruction was developed to improve current competencies in combat shooting, and to increase individual lethality and survivability.

Students will be trained in the techniques and procedures of the Redback One Combat Shooting System which presents students with cutting edge training in safe weapons handling and combat marksmanship to increase individual lethality. Our methodology promotes good combat behaviors to enhance survivability which is reinforced through realistic training drills, purposeful practice and repetition.

This course provides students will critical skills in combat shooting and weapons handling that is specific to operating in close quarters environments as well as urban shooting skills and longer ranges. The close quarters marksmanship includes rifle presentations, rifle to pistol transitions, individual recovery drills, shooting while moving, trigger management, sight management and recoil management as well as combat and tactical reloading procedures.

The urban shooting module teaches students how to employ cover effectively and use cover tactically while engaging targets from various firing positions. Students will be trained how to safely switch shoulders and engage targets from both sides of the body, how to operate the rifle with one hand when injured and how to recognize the need for and apply a tourniquet to control hemorrhage.

Students will also learn how to shoot, move and communicate in pairs during a 'rolling thunder' dynamic training iteration, developed to increase situational awareness and link elements of competency together during a realistic urban engagement scenario.

2 Days — $685.00

Open Enrollement course for law abiding Citizens.


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* Dates are subject to change.



All participants must have received basic carbine training from one of the following: Redback One or other reputable training company, law enforcement or military.




  • Advanced Application of Marksmanship Fundamentals
  • Rifle Ready Positions
  • Rifle to Pistol Transitions
  • Pistol to Rifle Recovery & Check Drills
  • Individual Protection Drill
  • Combat Reloads
  • Tactical Reloads
  • Development of Combat Behaviors
  • Engaging targets from the turn
  • Perception, Recognition & Acquisition drills
  • Weapon Stoppages & Clearance Procedures
  • Combat Shooting Standards Assessment


  • Trigger management
  • Recoil Management
  • Sight Management
  • Target Focused Shooting
  • Shooting While Moving
  • Bilateral Shooting Skills
  • Barricaded Shooting 
  • Tactical Use of Cover
  • Positional Shooting Skills
  • Dynamic Engagement 'Rolling Thunder"
  • Injury Drills & One-Handed Weapons Handling
  • Hemorrhage Control & Tourniquet Application




The following equipment list is the minimum standard for students to arrive with. Students may augment this list with other personal equipment as required.


  • Carbine with Sling & Optic
  • Five Magazines
  • Pistol
  • Holster & Pistol Belt
  • Three Magazines
  • Ability to reload from the belt or body
  • Eye Protection


  • Ear Protection
  • Range Attire
  • Cleaning Kit
  • Shooting Gloves (Optional)
  • Knee Protection (Optional)
  • Hydration Source 



  • Carbine - 1000 rounds 
  • Pistol - 400 rounds

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