Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Post by Scott B. » Fri May 05, 2017 9:48 am

What: Defensive Carbine class - students will learn how to handle a carbine as a defensive tool. All shooting is done at ranges from 10 to 90 yards.

Where: Blackwood Gun Club, Conroe, TX

When: Saturday, May 13th, 8am till noon.

Cost: $60

Registration: call 713-503-1562 or send an email to steve@omr-ent.com

Topics Covered:

Safety
Basic gun handling
Basic shooting positions
Presenting the carbine
Shooting while moving
Use of Cover and Concealment
Reloading
Identifying and handling malfunctions


Equipment Requirements:

Serviceable carbine (Optics are allowed but gun must be sighted in prior to the class. Optics must be suitable for the ranges involved. Back up Iron sights are strongly recommended.)
At least 2 magazines
Sling (two point sling preferred)
Eye and hearing protection (Double hearing protection recommended)
200 rounds of ammunition (no armor piercing, tracer, steel jacketed or green tip ammunition is not allowed)
Appropriate clothing and footwear
No slide fire devices allowed
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Re: Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Post by Liberty » Fri May 05, 2017 10:06 am

Just curious and always learning. What is a slide fired device?
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Re: Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Post by loktite » Fri May 05, 2017 10:26 am

Without searching, i'm taking a wild stab that slide fired would be things like keltec sub 2k and others that use say a glock pistol as the actual firing mechanism.
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Re: Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Post by jb2012 » Fri May 05, 2017 10:33 am

Liberty wrote:Just curious and always learning. What is a slide fired device?
It's one of the stocks that slides back and forth, allowing sustained bump fire from the shoulder, immitating full auto.

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Post by Liberty » Fri May 05, 2017 11:00 am

loktite wrote:Without searching, i'm taking a wild stab that slide fired would be things like keltec sub 2k and others that use say a glock pistol as the actual firing mechanism.
Yeah, thats what my first impression was too, but that didn't make any sense. Why?? I suppose 90 yd targets might be more difficult with pistol grade ammo. I think the following might be the correct answer though. It makes some sense to me.
jb2012 wrote: It's one of the stocks that slides back and forth, allowing sustained bump fire from the shoulder, immitating full auto.
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Re: Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Post by bblhd672 » Fri May 05, 2017 11:32 am

Liberty wrote:Just curious and always learning. What is a slide fired device?
http://www.slidefire.com/


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Re: Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Post by loktite » Fri May 05, 2017 2:08 pm

bahaha yeah forgot about that. Used to bump fired.
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Re: Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Post by Bitter Clinger » Fri May 05, 2017 2:43 pm

Liberty wrote:
loktite wrote:Without searching, i'm taking a wild stab that slide fired would be things like keltec sub 2k and others that use say a glock pistol as the actual firing mechanism.
Yeah, thats what my first impression was too, but that didn't make any sense. Why?? I suppose 90 yd targets might be more difficult with pistol grade ammo. I think the following might be the correct answer though. It makes some sense to me.
jb2012 wrote: It's one of the stocks that slides back and forth, allowing sustained bump fire from the shoulder, immitating full auto.
90 yards is very doable, just ~1/3 the velocity.
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Re: Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Post by Scott B. » Fri May 05, 2017 6:32 pm

jb2012 wrote:
Liberty wrote:Just curious and always learning. What is a slide fired device?
It's one of the stocks that slides back and forth, allowing sustained bump fire from the shoulder, immitating full auto.
Correct answer.

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Re: Defensive Carbine 5/13/2017

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Post by Wag2323 » Sat May 06, 2017 11:33 am

I have taken this course. It's a good way to spend a morning.

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