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Viking Tactics Basic Carbine Fundamentals

(1 customer review)

$19.95

Whether your carbine still has that new gun smell or has gone through thousands of rounds on the range, it is important to conquer Basic Carbine Fundamentals to get the most out of your weapon. Sergeant Major (R) Kyle Lamb covers a range of topics in this video to ensure basic and advanced carbine operator alike have a solid foundation on which to build their skills and achieve top level performance. With chapters covering zeroing, stock length, carbine cleaning and much more, these segments will help you to dominate the fundamentals.

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Whether your carbine still has that new gun smell or has gone through thousands of rounds on the range, it is important to conquer Basic Carbine Fundamentals to get the most out of your weapon. Sergeant Major (R) Kyle Lamb covers a range of topics in this video to ensure basic and advanced carbine operator alike have a solid foundation on which to build their skills and achieve top level performance. With chapters covering zeroing, stock length, carbine cleaning and much more, these segments will help you to dominate the fundamentals.

1. Introduction to the AR-15 – 3:32
2. Safety – 1:45
3. Operating System – 9:09
4. Iron Sights – 8:18
5. Optics – 10:01
6. Heading to the Range – 8:23
7. Loading – 5:05
8. Trigger Control – 2:49
9. Proper Stock Length – 2:42
10. Standing Position – 4:30
11. Prone Position – 4:13
12. Distance for Zeroing – 3:54
13. Training Methodology – 2:53
14. .223 VS 5.56 – 1:33
15. Zeroing – 15:50
16. Cleaning – 15:41

1 review for Viking Tactics Basic Carbine Fundamentals

  1. Strada (verified owner)

    For those looking for a novice’s intro you’ll have to step up just a bit. This is a good reference for beginners who wants to learn the AR platform. There are a lot of info for the intermediate as well. Kyle’s conversation style sets the tone for easy learning. Any discussion on the subject of zeroing and adjusting the sights can be confusing, but it’s handled very well here. And before you buy and not sure about which version to get, check out the discussion on 223 vs 5.56. This DVD helps you to be comfortable with the platform, gives you options for optics and/or iron sights, or both, adjusting the stock to fit, and breaking down the rifle for cleaning. I give it a 4 for lack of close ups when showing parts of the gun being demonstrated.

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