Rapid Deployment Patrol Rifle Course
Course # RDPR.0700.5 (1-day course - hours 17 thru 24)
Course # RDPR.0705.1 (2-day course - hours 17 thru 32)
Arizona POST Certified Course
(Accredited by the AZ. Peace Officer Standards & Training Board)
Michigan MCOLES Approved Course
(Approved by the Michigan Commission on LE Standards)
Nebraska NLETC Approved Course
(Approved by the Nebraska LE Training Center & Academy)
Endorsed by the following professional organizations:
- Action Target Training Academy
- Georgia Tactical Officer's Association (GTOA)
- Indiana SWAT Officer's Association (GTOA)
- International Association of LE Firearms Instructors (IALEFI)
- International LE Educators & Trainers Association (ILEETA)
- Michigan Tactical Officer's Association (MTOA)
- Midwest Tactical Officer's Association (MidTOA)
Pre-requisite: Introduction to the AR-15 / M-4 Rifle Course,
2-day Basic Patrol Rifle Course or firearms training course of equivalent level demonstrating at least 16 hours of rifle training, at least 500 rounds of live-fire drills completed and a passing grade on a standard drill test or basic rifle qualification course.
Course Description: This challenging firearms training course focuses on patrol rifle deployment techniques and use of the patrol rifle by officers responding to rapid deployment incidents.
With the increase of incidents involving officers engaging heavily armed and armored assailants, the necessity for patrol rifles in police cruisers has reemerged with agencies across the country.
Law enforcement first responders will be the first line of defense when responding to active shooters, terrorist threats and Immediate Action Rapid Deployment (IARD) incidents.
This firearms training course takes the student beyond the basics of the rifle and introduces the patrol officer and first responder to deployment techniques that are critical when dealing with these types of incidents.
If you do not have a rifle for this class, Spartan Tactical can provide student loaner rifles, magazines and slings upon request.
Students have the option to use their agency issued or personally owned weapons. Select fire weapons are allowed.
The following firearms training topics will be covered:
Firearms training safety rules review.
Principals of personal defense.
Rapid deployment methodology and concepts.
Mental conditioning and combat mindset.
Enhanced tactical aptitude.
Review fundamentals of shooting a rifle.
The natural action stance.
Transport mode, carry mode and press checking the rifle.
Review use of tactical sling systems.
Enhanced combat gun-handling skills.
Presentation from low ready, indoor ready and SUL.
Refining presentation technique.
Balancing speed and accuracy.
Reducing stimulus / response time.
Moving off the line of force and lateral displacement.
Threat assessment and area scanning.
Dominating the weapon, threat and visual areas.
Ammunition management - Emergency reloads, tactical reloads and speed reloads.
Transition to secondary weapon system.
Multiple threat engagement strategies.
Shooting on the move.
Close Quarter Battle (CQB) techniques.
Drugged assailant and body armor defeating drills.
Mastering Sight Gear 2 - The Flash Sight Picture.
Introduction to tactical speed shooting concepts.
Weapon retention issues.
Combat rifle qualification course.
Course duration: 1-day (8 hours) / 2-days (16-hours)
Course tuition: 1-day course - $ 150.00 / 2-day course - $ 295.00
Course student limit: 16
Student requirements: Note pad and pen, eye protection, ear protection, baseball type cap, duty belt with holster and magazine carriers, duty pistol with at least 3 magazines, patrol rifle with at least 4 magazines and tactical sling.
(Body armor is optional unless it is required by your agency during firearms training)
Recommended equipment: Rifle magazine carriers, rain gear, sunscreen, insect repellent, hydration system and water.
Rifle equipment specifications: Red dot sights and holographic sights are allowed, however, all patrol rifles should have back-up iron sights (BUIS) in the event your electronic sight goes down.
The tactical sling must allow the rifle to hang freely in front of the shooter. We will not be slinging the rifles conventionally in this class.
1-day course 500 rounds of rifle ammunition
2-day course 800 rounds of rifle ammunition and 50 rounds of handgun ammunition for both classes (minimum)
Ammunition is available for purchase upon request.
Rifle ammunition must be new manufacture (Federal, Remington, Winchester, etc.)
Absolutely no reloaded or remanufactured ammunition!
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