Student Review – Combat Rifle Manipulation (CRM): 31 May – 01 June – R
Student Review: Combat Rifle Manipulation (CRM) – R
Why you NEED THIS course.
My wife and I attended the CRM on May 31 and June 1. Our instructor was Aaron.
Our objectives were to reinforce and expand on training received in a previous class with another trainer. The MVT Combat Rifle Manipulation class far exceeded our expectations. It also gives you the basic essentials to expand upon for CRCD.
Are you training every weekend? Are you performing dry fire drills every week? Are you so proficient that your rifle manipulation speed and efficiency cannot be increased? I didn’t think so.
You NEED THIS course!
If you have not taken this type of class before, it is essential. If you have taken another rifle manipulation class that is not battle-based, this class will add knowledge, understanding, and experience to your existing abilities
As many people have told you, rifle skills are perishable. If you are as busy as I am, you are not training (or exercising) nearly enough. You need to practice regularly to maintain and improve your skills. This is the class you could take multiple times and you would come away with something new each time.
Expect to be challenged to think. This is not “in your face” training, but it is factual training based on real life experiences and proven techniques. Have an ego? Leave it at home — you will learn faster and will get more out of the class.
Aaron provided exceptional training tailored to the capabilities of each person and the group as a whole. Aaron supported his training curriculum with real life experience, logical reasoning, and research. For people like myself, it is much easier to remember something when I understand the “why” behind the training.
The “square range” facilities have been improved since our class was held (icing on the cake), but my experience reinforces that superior training classes are a result of a safe course/range, experienced instructors, and superior training techniques – Max Velocity Tactical provides all of these. There were references to upcoming classes currently being developed — I am looking forward to these new classes.
And finally – practice, practice, practice . . . and DO MORE PT!