Basic AR/Carbine Class was fantastic and will allow me
to take the more advanced classes! It was the first formal
carbine" class I have had. Incredible instructor.
The gear I used for the class was a 16" AR, Magpul CTR
stock, Omega 7 floating handguard, EOTech EXPS3 red dot and G23FTS 3x
magnifier which I kept flipped out of the way for most of the class.
Sig Sauer P229 described below and Winchester Factory
.357Sig 125 FMJ for transition and sidearm drills. The drill
shown in these videos was a multiple target 50yds (65?) with 3
magazines containing an
unknown number of rounds in each but totalling 15 rnds. This
for surprise emergency speed reload. One round tgt1, two
target 2, three on target 3, four on target 2 and finally five on
target 1. Great exercise.
Videos from the MossieTactics Basic AR/Carbine Class
for the transition drill
Buck Demonstrating the
mag change drill
My turn up
(non class) Videos
the transitions I learned at a remote range
btw, I only put my gear in the car on the privately owned land! Just saying :)
practice with Precision SAKO 30-06
I had the muzzle brake
pointed back in to my little concrete space. omfg!
like being dropped into a dumpster with an M-80!
A better view for the
blast and recoil
Barrett 450 gr at 600 yds
friend P who is an ex-SAS
consultant gave me some corrective suggestions which I will try hard to
incorporate! Thanks so much! p.s. watching it at 480pixels
seems to be smoother if you wait for it to load
My self-coaching exercise is a medium fast six shot string starting
from hammer down (Double Action first shot)
125gr Winchester FMJFP. This round is comparible to the .357
which is probably the most effective defensive sidearm round available
except for its uncomfortable recoil in a small frame revolver.
The Sig Sauer P229 using .357 Sig is the pistol issued to the
My Sig Sauer P229 is
a early production run and beautifully crafted out of the box, but I
have had it customized to optimize its use
in a defensive/tactical role. Factory Short Reset Trigger
trigger group refinement and feed ramp polishing as well as the Crimson
Trace laser grip makes this a something to depend on.
L61R, 30-06 (7.62x63), precision tactical rifle, from bipod supported
prone, 500 yards, Factory Am Eagle 150gr FMJBT
9.5lbs including scope, Leupold 3.5-14x40 AO Mildot Vari-X III, Douglas
Match bbl, floated/bedded, trigger group work, Harris bipod, AR-10