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    Marksman

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    Rifle 223 (Carbine) -- Bedford, IN, 10/12-13/2019

    Our last Rifle 223 (Carbine) event of the year is scheduled for Oct. 12-13, 2019 at the Bedford Contingent range in Bedford, IN.

    This course will focus on the tactical use of the carbine (AR-15, AK-47, etc.) from 7 to 200 yards. Topics that will be covered include:


    • rules of safe gun handling
    • shooting fundamentals (stance, sight alignment, sight picture, proper trigger technique, etc.)
    • magazine changes (tactical reloads)
    • short-range marksmanship techniques
    • clearing malfunctions/stoppages
    • shooting from cover (barricades)
    • engaging moving targets (the Bedford Contingent has moving target capability)
    • shooting stances (standing, kneeling, prone)
    • battle-sight zero


    Your event ticket will include all range fees and lunch on both days (usually some combination of burgers/dogs, fried chicken, ribs). We also typically have a Sunday morning informal church service at the range before training starts.

    Our Rifle 223 events typically sell out, so make sure you get your ticket early (and take advantage of the $25 savings with the Early Bird ticket).

    Complete information and online ticket sales are available at: Rifle 223 (Carbine) – Two Day (Bedford, IN)

    Bruce Williams
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    Master Rifleman (48/50)
    XI Virginia Regiment, Morgan's Rifle Corps
    Well Regulated

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    Looks like it’s time to dust off those battle rifles and see if you are “well regulated”.
    Plenty of time to round up your gear and order ammo so no excuses.

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    I still haven’t cleaned anything from the Larry Vickers class!

    My backup rifle became my primary because my shiny new MCX wouldn’t hold zero !

    Might need to shoot my MCX since it came back from SIG with a new barrel it should be able to group better than 5 inches at 50 yards now!

    I guess I will be ready by class time !

    Would not ever wanna miss a chance to become “well regulated”
    U.S. Army retired

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad69 View Post
    I still haven’t cleaned anything from the Larry Vickers class!

    My backup rifle became my primary because my shiny new MCX wouldn’t hold zero !

    Might need to shoot my MCX since it came back from SIG with a new barrel it should be able to group better than 5 inches at 50 yards now!

    I guess I will be ready by class time !

    Would not ever wanna miss a chance to become “well regulated”
    Brad, 5” groups at 50 yards (you really have improved!)
    You know the routine. Come on out and put the MCX through it’s paces.
    For everyone else’s benefit this is a great class to shake out your gear and/or try something different and see what works for YOU.

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    Plinker

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    Planning on attending this class. Hopefully I can drag my brother along. Will be our first class together


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    Hop
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    We're thinking up some evil new drills for y'all. I think you will enjoy what we're scheming up.


    Revere's Riders Instructor - Master Rifle KD, Master Pistol

    NRA Pistol instructor | NRA Rifle instructor | NRA RSO
    Classes and info here: https://www.reveresriders.org/

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    Marksman nad63's Avatar

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    Bumping this one. Come on out and see how your set up works.
    This is a review of the basics and rolls into more advanced stuff at a fast pace.
    CQB door kicking distances out to 200 yards.
    Barricades.
    Malfunctions.
    Movement.
    Much, much more...
    This has something for everyone.
    I’m not sure you will find a better bang for you buck 2 day carbine course anywhere.
    Any questions just PM me.
    If you have taken this before there will be some new material so don’t let that hold you back.
    Everyone is a bad ass or squared away when they are sat on the couch!!!
    Come on out and put your gear to the test.
    This is a fun class.
    You can feel at home dressed as an ‘operator’ decked out in plates and helmet or a surfer dude with mags in your back pocket.
    You will not feel under dressed or overdressed so just come out and run your set up and see it it’s all you thought it was.
    There are only limited opportunities anywhere in the US for events like this and this is right here in Indiana less than an hour and a half from Indy (north side).

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    If I can get Monday off (I work third shift) I am in for this one hopefully. Really want to run my LWRC through it's paces really for the first time.
    Quote Originally Posted by MCgrease08 View Post
    Dude, from what I can tell from your photos, you don't do anything bargin bin.

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    I'm in!

    Looking forward to it!

    Ron
    “We do not rise to the level of our expectations. We fall to the level of our training.” -Archilochus

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    I had the wrong dates for this in my phone calendar for some reason (I had it on the 23rd/24th, which isn't even a weekend). Hopefully there is one early next year I can get to. I keep missing out.

    Medium speed. Moderate drag.

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