The takeaways from yesterday’s carbine class stressed efficiency during reloads. The shooter went from 8.4 seconds to fire 1 round, reload the rifle and reengage at 7 yards to 6.4 seconds simply by bringing the rifle to his workspace and being more efficient with his reload. We also discussed the value of using a shot timer to push yourself to improve and identified his hold to consistently engage the bullseye at 25y with his pistol. At the end of the day it’s better to go home with data you can use to improve than cool stories about doing mag dumps during tactical fantasy camp.
Have a plan.
Side note: The American Defense MFG UIC MOD 2 I recently picked up is proving to be awesome! I run demos during class and I’m not always the fastest but I think it’s important to talk through and show what I want students to accomplish. So it would be bad to say the least if the gear I used during a demo fails. I’ve been impressed by how well the ADM rifle has run and its accuracy. It’s been a great choice for a 14.5″ fighting rifle