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HTS Carbine Courses

HTS Carbine Courses

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These 3-hour courses consist of demonstrations, obtaining a zero, and manipulation shooting exercises focused on introducing the shooter to responsive and defensive shooting.

Topics Covered

  • Safe use of a carbine
  • Carbine operation and accessories
  • Fundamentals of marksmanship
  • Carbine manipulations in motion: load, unload, immediate action, remedial action, corrective action
  • Zero at 25 yards prone 
  • Basic standing position
  • Weapon inspection and maintenance
  • and much more

Equipment Requirement

A comprehensive course designed to teach you the safe and effective use of a carbine in a defensive role. Learn to shoot fast, smooth and accurate under stress.

Equipment Requirements:

  • ·         Carbine with sling
  • ·         30 round carbine mags (Min. 4)
  • ·         Battle Belt or Chest Rig 
  • ·         300 carbine rounds (bring as much as you like)
  • ·         Handgun and Holster
  • ·         Magazines and Pouches (MIN. 2)
  • ·         150 - 200 Handgun Rounds (for transitions)
  • ·         Eye and Ear Pro
  • ·         Hydration (camelback or bottle of water)
  • ·         Hat and Appropriate Clothing
  • ·         Gloves and Knee Pads  Recommended
  • ·         Cleaning kit

(Kit assessments can be done at request. See what you don’t need and what you may be missing)


  • Proper set up of your carbine platform
  • Expedient shooting positions
  • Multiple target drills
  • Speed and admin reload
  • Shooting on the move
  • Secondary transitions
  • Basic tactics
  • Vertical/Angled stock manipulation
  • Shooting Technique Barricade/Cover


All classes will be held outdoors at our Freeman, MO location


Class dates and times for email for info




George Holt IV

NRA certified

Active LEO                            


Always remember!!! 

The Four Primary Rules of Firearm Safety

  • Point the muzzle in a safe direction.
  • Treat every firearm as if it is loaded.
  • Be sure of the target and what is in front of it and beyond it.
  • Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot.



Courses are run on Weekends. 

Also, Email if you have a group of 4 or more that want to reserve a class date to use our course group rates applied.

Email for your interest in the upcoming course dates or for reservations. 

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