Student Review: Rifle Manipulation Primer (RMP) 28 June: Wattage

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Max: Rifle Manipulation Primer (RMP) is discontinued after September 1. The Combat Lifesaver (TC3) that currently happens that same day will move to the day before as  an optional standalone 8 hour class. RMP will now be subsumed into the first day of the new 3 day Combat Rifle / Contact Drills (CRCD) class.

The changes are explained in this post: ***New MVT Class Structure***

Student Review: Wattage

Rifle Manipulation- Instructor Aaron really knows his stuff.  I was thoroughly impressed with his teaching ability, his ease of teaching (clearly he has taught for many years), and excellent instructions.  Safety was paramount of course and we all felt very safe during this entire course.  After zeroing in our rifles,  Aaron had us doing various types of re-loads and then progressed onto different jams.  I had never even seen the bolt-override jam before and quite frankly if I had one of those, I am not sure I would have ever gotten it unjammed.  With Aaron’s clear instructions, we all were easily able to get that jam cleared and back in action. Aaron is a real asset to MVT and if you get a chance to take a class with him, then do it.  I am coming back for the three day CRCD class later this year, just to get in some more class time with him.  After getting instruction, even experienced gunners will learn some tricks to raise their confidence and novices will really up their shooting game.

-Wattage

Max: Aaron is also available for the Combat Rifle Manipulation (CRM) Class, which is a two day class. Once we schedule into 2015, we will also be adding the Combat Handgun Manipulation (CHM) 2 day and the 3 day Combat 2 Gun (C2G).

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