Basic Patrol Rifle Operator School
All live firing will occur at CMI's heated indoor shooting range.
MCOLES approved / 302 funded course January 17-18, 2018.
Wednesday, January 17th start time is 7:00 am and Thursday, January 18th start time is 6:00 am.
This 2-day, 16 hour course, runs $299 per student. Members of the ASA or your state’s tactical officers association receive a 10% discount upon request and proof of affiliation.
This course is limited to 10 students.
DESCRIPTION: This school teaches the fundamentals of using the patrol rifle in the patrol environment using academic and practical teaching methods. Subjects include safety related issues, nomenclature, maintenance, basic rifle marksmanship, basic shooting positions, how to carry the rifle, reloading, correcting malfunctions, introduction to close quarter battle using the rifle, transitioning to the pistol and rifle retention. Drills include static and dynamic evolutions of fire. Emphasis is placed on safe weapon manipulation and weapon proficiency.
STANDARDS: To increase the safety of your citizens, your officers and to reduce your organizations liability, this course is performance based. It requires students to pass a written examination and our nationally recognized qualification course of fire. These requirements are relevant to the patrol officer’s job. Students will be more than adequately prepared for these assessments.
EQUIPMENT: Patrol rifle (.223/556 or .308) w/sling, at least two rifle magazines, 400 rounds of rifle ammunition, personal body armor, wrap around eye protection, hearing protection, cleaning gear, and your duty belt to include your duty pistol w/100 rounds of ammunition.
INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Felts is a retired police officer, former SWAT Sniper, U.S. Army Senior Drill Instructor, co-author of the NTOA’s Patrol Rifle Training, Equipment and Policy Manual and Founder of the National Patrol Rifle Conference.
LODGING: Quality Inn, 30375 Plymouth Rd., Livonia MI 48150. Phone: 734-261-6800.