Static shooting builds skill, but movement is where we assess true performance.


Open enrollment. Cannot be first professional course.


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This 2-day training course starts where most 2-day training events end: with movement. Functional Marksmanship Movements-Carbine teaches students how to adapt their raw athleticism into fluid movements that combine skill and speed.


Material represents a departure from the traditional “cookbook” format that discourages shooters from reaching their thresholds for performance. Throughout day and night fire iterations, students are taught how to identify and attack limiting factors in the training environment.


The outcome: minimized physical stress on the objective through learned conditioning that prepares the shooter for uncertain environments.


Course Prerequisites: Cannot be first professional training course. Open enrollment.
Training Outcomes:

  • Fundamentals of marksmanship assessed by movement
  • Multiple target engagements
  • Speed vs. accuracy
  • Shooting and moving (steady vs. urgent)
  • Throttle Control: acceleration and deceleration into position
  • Close quarter manipulations
  • Midrange precision
  • No light shooting



Required Equipment:

  • Carbine with sling
  • 800 rounds of ammunition
  • 3 x magazines
  • 1 x magazine pouch
  • Carbine mounted light
  • Flashlight
  • Hearing and eye protection (clear lens for night shoot)
  • Lunch, water, sunscreen