Project Description

In this hands-on course students are provided a disassembled FN 15 SRP G2 rifle that they will assemble into a fully functioning weapons platform; a weapon they keep after the course. More than just an observational class, students will be practicing their skills under the observation and individual attention from our expert instructor cadre. The course covers a variety of topics including parts identification, weapon mechanics, repair, proper maintenance, weapon disassembly and reassembly techniques, and historical relevance. All our students receive thorough training on proper loading, unloading, firing, and safety techniques. Each student will deploy their weapon on a 100-yard indoor range where they will learn marksmanship, firing from various positions and conditions, individual and team movement, reloads and field expedient maintenance to keep the weapon functioning in the fight.

Course fee includes the cost of all issued gear, range fees, full day of instruction and catered lunch during the meal break. While the retail value is more than $2,500, for  limited time we are offering an introductory price of $1,950. See cost details below.

Issued Item/Service MSRP Link
FN 15® 16″ SRP G2 with magazine $1,599 FN America
Vortex Crossfire Red Dot Optic or Sig Sauer Romeo5 $219 Vortex  or  Sig Sauer
Magpul PMAG® 30 AR/M4 GEN M3™ $14.99 Magpul
2-point M-LOK QD Sling with Swivels $24.99
400 Rounds 5.56 Ammunition $280 (@70¢/Round)
Course Instruction $350
Range Fees (8 Hours) $60
Catered Lunch $28
Total Value $2,575.98
  • Weapons safety, manipulation, carry and maintenance

  • Marksmanship skills from static, prone, kneeling and standing positions

  • Marksmanship while shooting on the move

  • Utilization of barricades and cover

  • Multiple target engagement

  • Weak hand transition and reload

  • Engagement drills with reload

  • Field stripping & reassembly

  • Operator inspection care, cleaning & lubrication

  • Zeroing procedures

  • Immediate & remedial actions

  • Field-expedient maintenance

  • Component level assembly

  • Maintenance & inspection

  • Component analysis & inspection

  • Malfunctions & troubleshooting

  • Identification & replacement of parts

  • Repair parts & specialty tools

  • Options & alternate parts

  • Special maintenance requirements

  • Magazine pouches able to hold 2 magazines (Minimum)

  • Eye and ear protection – Electronic ear protection are recommended

  • Knee and elbow pads – (optional)

  • Body armor (optional)

Students must have a valid government issued I.D. and be at least 21 years old, unless 18 and above with parent/guardian.

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Scheduled Classes