Urban Subgun

with Care Under Fire

2 Day

Basic level course focused on safely manipulating and employing the semi-automatic pistol caliber subgun platform in and around vehicles, including the application of direct threat bleeding control care and tactical evacuation techniques in this dynamic and often difficult to navigate environment.

Prerequisite:

Basic Pistol Skillset

No Subgun Experience Required

$575

Schedule:

Sat May 30th - Sun May 31st, 2020

Sat Aug 8th - Sun Aug 9th, 2020

Sat Nov 7th - Sun Nov 8th, 2020

COURSE DESCRIPTION AND EQUIPMENT

 

Course Description:

Basic level course focused on safely manipulating and employing the semi-automatic pistol caliber subgun platform in and around vehicles, including the application of direct threat bleeding control care and tactical evacuation techniques in this dynamic and often difficult to navigate environment.

 

  • Course is limited to a total of 8 students

  • Student to instructor ratio = 8 / 2

  • Pistol caliber course only

    • No rifle calibers allowed due to close quarter contact nature of training

  • Legally owned and transported Class III weapons are acceptable

    • Note: Full auto fire is not allowed. This is a semi-auto course only.

  • Legally owned and transported SBR's in pistol calibers are acceptable

  • ALL NFA RULES MUST BE ADHERED TO AT ALL TIMES. NO EXCEPTIONS.

  • Popular, pistol braced, semi-auto course subguns include:

    • Compact AR-15's in 9mm

    • HK MP5 / UMP

    • Sig MPX

    • B&T GHM9 / APC9

    • Kriss Vector

    • CZ Scorpion Evo

  • Don’t have your own subgun or don’t want to travel with your subgun / SBR?

    • Rentals are available from Mission Critical at $75 per day X 2 = $150.00

Course Hours:

Day 1:

  • 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

  • Break for early dinner

  • Rogers Range block (see below) from 5:00 to 6:30 pm

Day 2:

  • 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Course Overview:

  • Setting up the subgun: stock positions / slings / weapon mounted lights / red dots

  • Setting up the operator: pistol and gear placement on the body

  • Zeroing the subgun: iron sights and / or red dot

  • DOPE at 25, 50, 100 and beyond “max effective range” at 200 and 300 yards

  • Trigger control

  • Speed and administrative reloading techniques

  • Malfunction clearing

  • Transitions subgun to pistol and back

  • Principles of round trajectory and penetration through different materials on a vehicle

  • Principles of cover and concealment afforded by a vehicle

  • Handgun and subgun (focus on subgun) manipulation in and around a vehicle

  • Safely embarking / disembarking with both handgun and subgun

  • Firing from positions associated with defensive vehicle engagements

  • Close contact drills

  • Multiple target engagement work

  • Two man team tactics

  • Movement and communication

  • Reactive CQC steel plate courses of fire on the Rogers Range, specifically designed for the subgun platform

    • Link to ​Mission Critical's Rogers Range Texas page for more information

Course includes integrated Direct Threat Care and Tactical Evacuation training blocks:

Direct Threat Care is rendered while under attack or in adverse conditions, with emphasis on mitigating the threat,

moving the wounded to cover or an area of relative safety, and managing massive hemorrhaging by way of:

TECC (Tactical Emergency Casualty Care) BLS (Basic Life Support) Direct Threat Care in Hot Zones:

  • Massive bleeding at extremities (hemorrhage control) utilizing:

    • Direct pressure application techniques

    • Tourniquets

      • Training tourniquet included for each student in course tuition

TECC (Tactical Emergency Casualty Care) BLS (Basic Life Support) Direct Threat Care in Warm Zones:

  • Pressure dressings

  • Wound packing / hemostatic agents

TACEVAC (Tactical Evacuation) rescue and patient movement techniques:

  • Hasty drags

  • “Fast Strapping” tubular webbing assisted drag techniques

    • Fast strap included for each student in course tuition

Student Required Gear:

  • Small EDC size backpack for subgun deployment work

  • Seasonal appropriate clothing

  • Closed toe shoes / long pants with belt loops / brimmed hat

  • Sturdy belt

  • Handgun with:

    • Holster

    • 3 magazines

    • Magazine carrier(s)

  • Subgun with:

    • Sling

    • Iron sights and / or red dot

    • 3 or more magazines

    • Magazine carrier(s)

    • Chest rig (optional)

  • Eye protection

  • Electronic hearing protection (mandatory)

  • Particulate Respirator N95 Mask (to filter glass particles when inside vehicle)

  • Water, lunch and snacks

  • Note taking gear

  • Personal IFAK / med kit (optional)

  • 150 rounds for your pistol

  • 1200 rounds for your subgun

  • NOTE: 9mm ammunition is available for purchase from Mission Critical before or upon arrival at the course

INSTRUCTOR BIO

JODY PERRITTE, MISSION CRITICAL

Jody is a Native Texan and former Marine who served from 2003 to 2008 as a Squad Leader, Martial Arts Instructor, Squad Medic and general salty dog.  Deploying three times to Iraq during his tenure with the Marine Corps, his infantry unit participated in close quarters combat and urban warfare during Operation Iraqi Freedom, with Jody receiving a Purple Heart during the Battle of Fallujah.

 

He followed up his career with the USMC by serving as a private military contractor with the State Department, assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Kabul from 2013 to 2015 as a Personal Security Specialist and Emergency Response Team Member.

TRAINING AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • Worldwide Protective Service Level 3

  • Emergency Response Team

  • Tactical Operators Driving Course

  • CQC/CQB Battle Training

  • Mountain Warfare Training - USMC

  • Tactical Combat Casualty Care Provider (TCCC)

  • Special Operations Training Group

  • Raid Leaders Course

  • USMC Military Operations Urban Terrain Training

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