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1 Day 1 Night August 17 Pistol And Rifle Course, White light or Nods - Oilfield W.V. Panthera Training Facility.

1 Day 1 Night August 17 Pistol And Rifle Course, White light or Nods - Oilfield W.V. Panthera Training Facility.

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Course Overview: Rifle/Pistol

 Fundamentals and Performance Enhancement

Open Enrollment.


  • No steel core, armor-piercing, 


  • Check-in: 08:00 AM
  • Class Start: 08:30 AM
  • Class End: 00:01 AM

Location: Panthera, Old Field W.V.

Course Description:

This intensive one day and one night course starts with an initial assessment to gauge each shooter’s baseline skills. We then dive into detailed instruction and practical exercises covering stance, grip, trigger manipulation, target transitions, weapon transitions, and shooting on the move. The course includes a variety of demonstrations and courses of fire designed to deepen your understanding of shooting fundamentals and push your performance to its limits. The course concludes with a final assessment to measure your progress. By the end, you'll have elevated your performance and gained knowledge to pass on to others.

Learning Objectives:

  • Master various shooting styles.
  • Undergo individual assessments to identify baseline skills and improvement areas.
  • Solidify rifle fundamentals.
  • Solidify pistol fundamentals.
  • Engage in rifle and pistol courses of fire.
  • Handle rifle and pistol stoppages efficiently.
  • Practice and refine shooting on the move.

Scheme of Maneuver:

  1. Student Arrival/Admin Time: Ensure timely arrival and check-in.
  2. Student Introduction/Safety Brief: Introduction to the course and a comprehensive safety briefing.
  3. Individual Assessment: Evaluate each shooter’s baseline skills.
  4. Handgun Fundamentals: Focus on stance, grip, trigger manipulation, and basic drills.
  5. Rifle Fundamentals: Cover essential rifle handling skills and drills.
  6. Handgun Drills: Practical exercises to reinforce handgun fundamentals.
  7. Rifle Drills: Practical exercises to reinforce rifle fundamentals.
  8. Lunch Break: 1 hour or as per student preference.
  9. Shooting on the Move Demonstration: Instructor-led demo on techniques for shooting while moving.
  10. Shooting on the Move Drills: Practical exercises to practice shooting on the move.
  11. Combined Skills Drills: Integrate all learned skills into complex drills.
  12. Final Individual Assessment: Evaluate progress and identify areas for further improvement

Night Portion Of Class- Laser Aiming Modules (LAMs) and Night Vision Goggles (NVGs)

Course Objectives

  • Rebuild and Solidify Foundational Knowledge: Strengthen core skills and understanding of LAMs and NVGs.
  • Enhance Tactical Proficiency: Improve practical application in low-light and night conditions.
  • Optimize Equipment Use: Maximize the effectiveness of LAMs and NVGs in diverse scenarios.

1. Introduction to LAMs and NVGs

  • Overview: Introduction to the capabilities, limitations, and practical uses of LAMs and NVGs.
  • Importance: Understanding the role of these tools in enhancing operational effectiveness during night operations.

2. In-Depth Analysis of Laser Behavior

  • Beam Divergence: Detailed study of how laser beams spread over distance and its impact on accuracy.
  • Thermal Drift: Understanding how temperature changes affect laser performance and how to mitigate these effects.
  • Rail Flex: Analysis of how weapon rail movement can cause misalignment and how to counteract this issue.
  • Parallel vs. Converging Type Zeros: Comparative analysis and practical applications of each zeroing method.

3. Adjustments and Specifications of LAMs

  • Adjustment Mechanisms: Comprehensive look at the different types of LAM adjustments.
  • Error Sources: Identifying and troubleshooting common sources of error in LAM alignment and performance.

4. Optimal Mounting Positions for LAMs

  • Mounting Strategies: Best practices for mounting LAMs on various weapon platforms.
  • Impact of Positioning: How different mounting positions influence the performance and accuracy of LAMs.

5. Utilizing the Illuminator

  • Zeroing Techniques: Step-by-step methods for zeroing using illuminators.
  • Practical Applications: Scenarios and techniques for effective use of illuminators in the field.

6. Selecting Targets for Night Zeroing

  • Target Selection: Criteria for choosing appropriate targets for zeroing in low-light conditions.
  • Laser Appearance: Examination of how lasers appear on training targets versus real-life targets, including varying clothing and equipment.

7. Procedures and Positions for Night Zeroing

  • Detailed Procedures: A thorough guide on conducting night zeroing effectively.
  • Optimal Shooting Positions: Recommended positions to ensure accuracy and stability during night zeroing.

8. Quick Converging Zero and Co-Witness Techniques

  • Rapid Zeroing: Efficient methods for quick zeroing in the field.
  • Co-Witnessing Benefits: Advantages and techniques for co-witnessing with other aiming devices to enhance accuracy and reliability.

Late Afternoon/Night: Live Fire Exercises

1. Implementing Co-Witness and Quick Zero

  • Practical Application: Hands-on practice of co-witness and quick zero techniques learned in the classroom.

2. Shooting Techniques at 50m-100m

  • Grouping and Positioning: Advanced techniques for achieving consistent shot groups.
  • Supported Shooting: Methods for maintaining stability and accuracy in supported shooting positions.

3. Advanced Hard Skills in Short Bay

  • Mechanics of Shooting Actions: Intensive focus on the mechanics of shooting, emphasizing efficiency and precision.
  • Improving Efficiency: Techniques to streamline shooting actions and improve overall performance.

4. Understanding and Compensating for Laser Offset

  • Device-Specific Offsets: Detailed examination of laser offsets based on different devices.
  • Acceptable Aiming Areas: Identifying and aiming within acceptable zones for various scenarios.

5. Up Drills from Different Ready Positions

  • High Ready and Low Ready Drills: Practicing drills from multiple ready positions at different speeds using a timer.
  • Speed and Accuracy: Emphasis on balancing speed with precision during drills.

6. Target Transition Techniques

  • Efficient Target Transitions: Developing the mechanics for quick and accurate transitions between targets.
  • Eyes-Muzzle-Target Sequence: Focus on the correct sequence for effective target transitions.

7. Multiple Round Engagement and Diagnostics

  • Engagement Techniques: Methods for engaging multiple targets rapidly and accurately.
  • Using Laser Feedback: Utilizing laser feedback to diagnose and correct shooting problems.

8. Emergency Reload Techniques

  • Reload Efficiency: Emphasis on performing quick and efficient emergency reloads.
  • Practical Drills: Hands-on practice of emergency reload scenarios.

9. Shooting on the Move

  • Movement and Accuracy: Techniques for maintaining accuracy while moving.
  • Dynamic Drills: Practical exercises to develop shooting skills while on the move.

10. Passive Aiming Techniques (if possible)

  • Passive Aiming Drills: Performing similar drills using passive aiming methods.
  • Resource Management: Adjusting drills based on available time and ammunition.


    • Review of Key Lessons: Recap of the essential points from both classroom and live fire sessions.
    • Q&A Session: Open floor for participants to ask questions and seek clarifications.

Round Allotment:

  • Rifle: 600 rounds
  • Pistol: 400 rounds

Gear List:

Essential Items:

  • Working Rifle/Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC)
  • Weapon Light: Essential for visibility and target identification in low-light conditions.
  • Sling: For rifle or PCC.
  • Working Pistol: Ensure your pistol is in good working condition.
  • Pistol Holster: For safe and efficient pistol carry.
  • Ear and Eye Protection: Essential for safety.
  • Flashlights: A red/white flashlight for navigation and signaling.
  • Chamber Flags: For ensuring firearms are visibly safe.
  • Magazines: At least 4 magazines each for pistol and rifle.
  • Weapons Cleaning Gear and Lube: Necessary for maintaining weapon functionality during the course.
  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment): Gloves, eye protection, and ear protection.
  • Helmet with Night Vision and Mount: For enhanced visibility during low-light conditions.
  • White Light: If you do not have night vision, bring a white light for both pistol and rifle.

Optional Items:

  • Laser: Enhances aiming capability in low-light situations.
  • Suppressors: Can be used if you have one.
  • Kit: Shooters can choose to run drills with full kit or minimum kit based on their preference.

Student Responsibilities

Students are responsible for bringing their own food and water to the course. While we will have water available on site, please ensure you have adequate provisions to stay nourished and hydrated throughout the training.

Refund Policy

Our refund policy is structured as follows, based on the timing of cancellation:

  • Full Refund: A full refund will be issued if the cancellation request is received more than 14 days before the start of the course.

  • Partial Refund: A partial refund of 50% of the course fee will be issued if the cancellation request is received between 7 to 14 days before the start of the course.

  • No Refund: No refund will be issued if the cancellation request is received less than 7 days before the start of the course or if the participant does not show up for the course.

Please note:

  • Refunds will be processed to the original payment method.
  • All refund requests must be made in writing via email to our enrollment team.
  • Refunds may take up to 14 days to process.
  • In cases where the course is canceled by us due to unforeseen circumstances or failure to meet the minimum enrollment requirement, a full refund will be issued automatically.

We appreciate your understanding and adherence to our refund policy. For any questions or clarifications, please contact our enrollment team.

Training Eligibility Requirement

Keystone Dynamics Solutions reserves the right to refuse training to individuals based on specific eligibility criteria. Our training courses are exclusively available to United States citizens. We do not provide training to non-U.S. citizens, individuals with felony convictions, or those with similar disqualifying statuses.

To ensure compliance with this policy, all applicants must provide proof of U.S. citizenship and may be subject to background checks. This requirement is in place to maintain the security, integrity, and effectiveness of our training programs. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in adhering to these guidelines.

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