Foundation Carbine

Class Cost

$200
Includes:
  • Full Day Class Tuition
  • Range Fee

Class Flow: MODERATE (students can expect full day of shooting and weapon manipulation from a static line)

Foundation Carbine is designed to stress the importance of proper weapon manipulation and shooting techniques. The goal of this MDFI Foundation class is to build a strong and efficient foundation regarding the proper use and manipulation of the Carbine as a defensive tool. Without a strong foundation, any additional training is wasted time. This class will prepare students for our "Advanced" level classes and is a mandatory prerequisite to move on with the MDFI curriculum.

This class is for students who understand the fundamentals of marksmanship, live by the four-life safety rules of firearms handling, and are looking to learn to use the rifle/carbine as a defensive tool.

The Whole Person Concept

Rifle Zero Confirmation

Shooting Techniques

The Threat Engagement Process

Carbine Manipulation

Ammunition Management

Stoppage/Malfunction Actions

Transitions to Handgun

MDFI Foundation Carbine Qualifier

Required

Sighted-In Semi-Auto Rifle/Carbine
(Rifles that accept AR-15 or AK style
magazines are most common, but we
can work with you on any type)

Bring Rifle / Carbine As You Have It Setup for Defense

400 Rounds of Ammunition

3 Magazines

Magazine Carrier
(To fit your role of the firearm: pants
pocket, belt pouch, chest rig, etc.)

Handgun with Holster
(See FAQ for allowed types)

50 Rounds of Handgun Ammunition

Eye + Ear Protection

Recommended

Magazine Carrier

Appropriate Clothing for Weather

Sunscreen / Insect Repellent

Folding Canopy, Table and/or Chair

Snacks + Drink for 8 Hours of Training

Valid Concealed Weapon License or Law Enforcement Credentials (if you do not have either, email us for instructions).

Must have working operational knowledge of the firearm you bring to class (i.e know how to load/unload safely).

MUST KNOW, UNDERSTAND AND APPLY THE FOUR FIREARM LIFE-SAFETY RULES AT ALL TIMES. See video below.

Submit your review
1
2
3
4
5
Submit
     
Cancel

Create your own review

Average rating:  
 1 reviews
by Kevin Bishop on Class: Foundation Carbine

Trek and Shane are the real deal as instructors. They are honest and competent, and it shows. They treat every student with dignity, something that is very refreshing. There are 3 pieces of advice to get the most out of class. 1) Take the rifle to the range before class. Make sure that it functions well with 200 rounds, and then clean the rifle. 2) Think about the sight over bore distance. 3) Make sure that the rifle is sighted in at the desired distance. Doing those things will make the Foundation Carbine class that much more productive. Trek and Shane do a greatjob with the rest.

Need Ammo for Class?

MDFI is partnered with Fenix Ammunition. This partnership allows you as a student to order your class ammo and have it shipped to you at a discount. For class pricing and to place your order, please email Fenix Ammunition and tell them you are an MDFI student.

Note: You MUST order at least a week prior to your MDFI class in order to receive it on time.

AVAILABLE CLASSES

  • Friday
    May 3, 2019
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Venue:  

Address:

4866 Ravenswood Rd, Kimball, Michigan, 48061

Description:
Range entrance is east of the clubhouse on Ravenswood Rd. between the clubhouse and I-94 overpass.

Details Price Qty
Full Tuition + Range Fee $200.00 (USD)  


  • Monday
    August 26, 2019
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Venue:  

Address:

4866 Ravenswood Rd, Kimball, Michigan, 48061

Description:
Range entrance is east of the clubhouse on Ravenswood Rd. between the clubhouse and I-94 overpass.

Details Price Qty
Full Tuition + Range Fee $200.00 (USD)  



Submit your review
1
2
3
4
5

Submit

     

Cancel

Create your own review

Average rating:  

 1 reviews

by Kevin Bishop on Class: Foundation Carbine

Trek and Shane are the real deal as instructors. They are honest and competent, and it shows. They treat every student with dignity, something that is very refreshing. There are 3 pieces of advice to get the most out of class. 1) Take the rifle to the range before class. Make sure that it functions well with 200 rounds, and then clean the rifle. 2) Think about the sight over bore distance. 3) Make sure that the rifle is sighted in at the desired distance. Doing those things will make the Foundation Carbine class that much more productive. Trek and Shane do a greatjob with the rest.