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Training Announcement
Vickers Tactical Carbine I; www.vickerstactical.com
Two-days; September 10-11, 2008
Hosted by the Allentown Police Academy for Law Enforcement/Military Only
POC is: LT. Ron Flowers, Jr
Allentown Police Academy
2110 Park Drive
Allentown, PA 18103
[email protected]

Tuition is $400.00; Class size limited! (Waiting list will be generated) Attendance cannot be guaranteed until full payment is received!

Larry Vickers is a retired career special operations soldier with 20-plus years of service to our country. A longtime 1st SFOD- Delta operational member, he was a key player in the small arms marksmanship expertise and weapons selection of that Unit. He brings a very unique set of skills to the market, and has a wide and varied background in the firearms industry.
Select Special Operations , Military, and Law Enforcement Units seek him out on a regular basis for expert combat marksmanship training. Considered one of the best combat marksmanship instructors in the U.S, he has become one of the most sought after instructors in the Worldwide Special Operations community.

Carbine I – Introductory Level
For shooters who have had at least a basic carbine class either from Vickers Tactical or any other accredited instructor. Topics covered include basic carbine topics and the following: malfunction drills and shooting on the move as well as transitions. Introduction to timed fire drills and evaluations based on class skill level. Night-fire will depend on time of year and range restrictions. Class equipment is the same as the carbine basic with the addition of a weapon mounted flashlight and service pistol (minimum 9mm para caliber).

Ammo requirement is 1000 rounds plus 150 rounds pistol.
• Eye and ear protection (electronic hearing protection is preferred)
• Serviceable carbine - typical calibers include 9mm, 45 ACP, 30 cal, 5.56 mm, 7.62 x 39mm
• Serviceable sling- suitable for a variety of shooting positions - tactical type preferred
• Minimum 1 magazine pouch - or method to carry spare magazine(s)
• Minimum of 3 serviceable magazines (5 is better)
• Suitable range wear depending on the season
• Good attitude
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