Gun fighting and fighting, there are many parallels that apply to all forms, whether it be in an MMA ring, with a sword, or any of the various forms of martial arts. We implement training paradigms from the martial arts world and apply them here. It’s more than balance and stance. Our training science consultants guide our curriculum design and the details of every shooting drill. In short, we scientifically conduct tactical training.
We invite you to the possibility of learning something new, or just come test yourself. The times are shorter, the standards are higher, the test is harder. Drills and testing standards used by the Department of State, Secret Service and other government agencies. This is the process for creating the most capable warriors in the world.
Caution: Our rifle courses can be physically exhausting, participants should be physically fit and able to stand for long periods of time. A certain amount of athleticism expected.
Rifle 300 GEAR LIST
- Ammunition – 600 rounds
- Rifle - AR15, AK47, 300 blk or other similar tactical rifle. Typical cartridges/ calibers - 5.56, 7.62x39, 300 AAC blackout
- Rifle sighted in prior to course start date.
- Plate carrier, Rhodesian Vest
- Ability to carry 3 spare magazines + 1 in the gun – 4 total
- Sling – Two point, or single point sling recommended
- Lubrication oil
- Batteries – extra batteries for optics, lights and lasers.
- Clothing – Weather appropriate, raingear, jacket, long sleeves to cover up from the sun
- ball cap (recommended)
- Eye Protection – sunglasses (minimum), and/or shooting specific eye protection. When shooting steel - eye protection required at all times.
- Hearing Protection – muffs, foam ear plugs, or similar
- Gloves – (optional, but nice to have for some drills)
- No open toe shoes
- Water – camelback, canteen, or water bottle
• No muzzle breaks (due to safety concerns)
Muzzle breaks divert gas left and right of the shooter. This is not a problem when the shooter is alone on the line. It becomes a problem when the shooter is participating in a training event in which, multiple shooters are on the line next to each other, or when conducting CQB, or other small unit tactics. During the course of firing 300 to 500 rounds (or more) participants are not just distracted from consistent concussion pinging, but have actually begun to experience the effects of a traumatic brain injury. These symptoms include, headache, and blurred vision. The increased noise levels also reduce a shooters ability to hear range commands, such as, Cease Fire. The decibel levels of most muzzle breaks are increased to levels that require double hearing protection by OSHA standards. For these reasons Red Frog disallows muzzle breaks during our training.
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Phone: (503) 740-3099