Selective Fire

      Selective Fire is a 22 hour course designed to increase the operator's ability, knowledge, and effectiveness in deployment with the selective fire patrol rifle, "carbine", or sub-machinegun. Students will learn material from the listed topics below through participation in classroom discussion and live fire practical exercises.


Parts and Nomenclature
Handling Fundamentals
Marksmanship Fundamentals
Field Strip and Reassemble
Using the Sling
Trigger Control
Loading and Unloading
Tactical Reloading
Loading to Cruiser Safe
Finding Mechanical Zero
50 Yard Zero
Immediate Action / Feedway Clearance
Position Shooting (standing, kneeling, sitting, squatting, and prone)
Identifying and the Tactical use of Cover
Safety Circle
Down and Scan
Verbal Commands
Challenge Commands
Flash Sight Picture
Handgun Transition
Reactionary Gap
Shoot and Move
Shooting on the Move
Pivots and Turns
Moving Threats
Multiple Threats
Decision Making (shoot / no shoot)
Selecting Mode of Fire (full-auto / semi-auto)
Transition to and Support Side Shooting
Incapacitation Drills
Contact Distance Shoot and Evade
Body Armor Drills
Flashlight Techniques
Blinding Drill


Selective fire, full auto rifle, or sub-machinegun with sling (AR, AK, H&K, FN, or similar platform)
Rifle must be capable of holding at least 20 cartridges
1500 rounds of ammunition for the selective fire rifle or subgun
At least 3 30 round or 5 20 round selective fire rifle magazines
Handgun with extra magazines
100 rounds of handgun ammunition
Holster for handgun and belt carriers for magazines
Eye and ear protection / Baseball style cap
Cleaning equipment - Rifles will be cleaned daily
Handheld Flashlight
Clothing suitable for an extended period on a firing range

Registration Form