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This five-day course prepares the law enforcement firearms instructor to teach the fundamentals of operating the law enforcement assault rifle. Successful completion of this course certifies the instructor to qualify assault rifle operators under the Attorney Generalís Requalification Guidelines. Instruction includes nomenclature, malfunction clearance, semi-automatic and full automatic manipulation drills, shooting on the move, and other street relevant courses of fire. (Note: This is not a police Carbine Instructor Course). Class size is limited to 15.

Candidates must provide a copy of certificate confirming successful completion of a Firearms Instructor Course upon registration.

Candidates must achieve a score of 90% on the Automatic/Semi-Automatic Police Service Rifle Qualification Course (ARQC), demonstrate safe handling skills and pass a written examination to successfully complete the course. Necessary equipment includes a police service/assault rifle (rifle which fires ammunition greater than 2,000 fps (AR-15, M-16, G36), .223 cal. preferred) with sling; four magazines for the rifle; 2,000 rounds of ammunition for the rifle; a flashlight or rifle attached lighting device; service handgun and holster; 100 rounds of ammunition for the handgun;60 Q targets, wrap-around eye protection; hearing protection; baseball style or other hat with a wide front brim; long sleeve shirts; rain gear (no ponchos); spotting scope or binoculars; and a cleaning kit.

Space is available on a first come basis and registrations should be faxed to 609-407-6717 unless otherwise noted please. File is in PDF format. Registration Form