Combat Shooter Training at Echo Valley July 22-23 - SpecDive Tactical

Combat Shooter Training at Echo Valley July 22-23

Combat Shooter Training at Echo Valley July 22-23 – 8 Hour Combat Pistol July 22 – 8 Hour Combat Rifle July 23 – Combat Shooter Weekend at EVTC.

Echo Valley Training Center is the premier outdoor shooting range on the East Coast and the largest and best privately held range on the Mid-Atlantic region. Come train with the best firearm classes available in Virginia; SpecDive Tactical.

Combat Shooter Training at Echo Valley July 22-23

Combat Shooter Training at Echo Valley July 22-23

Echo Valley Training Center hosts numerous well-known entities every year along with DoD personnel, Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies.  Manufacturers are also finding their way to Echo Valley Training Center to take advantage of what the facility offers.

Echo Valley Training Center has multiple 100 yard bermed enclosed bays capable of handling numerous students conducting “square” range drills or more dynamic/fluid types of training.  In conjunction with the individual training bays, Echo Valley Training Center features multi-stepped target berms that are strewn with reactive steel targets, fluid drained automobiles, and moving targets at ranges varying from 150 yards out to 350 yards.

This is a combo course weekend!

Saturday is Combat Pistol day, followed by Combat Rifle on Sunday. Register for both and save $50!

Combat Shooter Training at Echo Valley July 22-23

Combat Shooter Training at Echo Valley July 22-23 - SpecDive Tactical

During the training, you will Participate in the Following Tactical/Dynamic Shooting Skills:

  • Proper Range conduct and etiquette
  • Safe weapons handling
  • Standard malfunction protocol
  • Grip and stance
  • Visual Target Accommodation
  • Drawing the HandgunCombat Shooter Training This Weekend
  • Manipulation and Retention of the handgun and Carbine Rifle
  • Proper Grip For Optimal Recoil Management
  • Accuracy Drills
  • Shooting from cover
  • Multiple Target Engagement both on paper and steel targets
  • Engaging targets at distances of 3-100 yards (Stationary and Moving Evolutions)
  • Timed Shooting Drills (Stationary and Moving Evolutions)

EVTC range is located approx. 20 minutes west of Winchester. SDT’s Combat Shooter Experience Course’s give you the shooter the opportunity to experience of how it feel’s to train  “In the Field ” and Will Not Be Canceled Due To Foul Weather!

How Does Combat Rifle Training Compare To A Day The Range?

Combat Shooter Training at Echo Valley July 22-23 there are 3 Big Differences.

Because at the range;

How Does Combat Rifle Training Compare To The Range - movementYou are stationary

Sure, you can stand, or even sit, but you fire at that target standing (or sitting) still. Name a real life situation where that’s likely. You can’t. You are either moving forward, backward or laterally. But if you are standing still, chances are you will be in someone else’s sights. In combat rifle training you not only move, you shoot while moving.

How Does Combat Rifle Training Compare To The Range - seeking cover and shootingThere is no need to take cover

If you are suddenly seeking cover at a shooting range, something is wrong. Very wrong. But it’s true. You don’t seek cover when shooting at the range. In real life, it’s very likely the bad guy(s) has a weapon. That means you have to take cover. If you haven’t trained to shoot from cover, how can you expect to under extreme duress? In combat rifle training you will shoot from varying cover positions.

You are never injured

How Does Combat Rifle Training Compare To The Range - this is shooting from cover!Shoot from your other hand? Unlikely at the range and never at a shooting match. Yet, in a real gunfight, you could be injured and you need to shoot left-handed (sorry lefties). This is accomplished during combat training (not the injuries mind you – shooting with your weak hand).

There are only so many configurations you will find at a shooting range.

A person can become like a trained pony at the circus and expect certain things when firing a weapon, rather than reacting to the clear and present danger at hand.

No matter how you slice it, shooting solely at the range can cause bad habits to form that can get you killed.

Combat Pistol

Combat Rifle

Register for both

Questions?

info@specdive.com  

(703) 941-4867

See you at Echo Valley!

 

 

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