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Somerset

Greenline Night Vision Rifleman

Night Vision Rifleman (NVR) is a data collection class via marksmanship and skills that puts students into practical rifleman ranges in-conjunction with Image intensification systems as well as accompanying accessories to establish a new base line at which to function in low light and no light.

Greenline Night Vision Rifleman
Greenline Night Vision Rifleman

Time & Location

Oct 20, 2024, 3:00 PM – 11:50 PM

Somerset, Somerset, OH 43783, USA

About the event

Refunds will be issued if Greenline Tactical cancels the course. Please be sure that you are going to be able to attend before registering and paying. The policy is no refunds so please keep this in mind prior to signing up. Greenline reserves the right to work with registrants on a case by case basis.

This is a one day NVG Rifleman - can be taken alone or in addition to Nightfighter on October 18-19th.

Private range, directions will be sent after registering. Tiny house cabins are available for rent on first come, first serve basis. We can provide contact info for the host to reserve.

Course Pre-requisites: A vetted 2 day carbine course as well as prior NV training from a qualified training entity (Greenline Tactical/Kinetic Consulting/Presscheck Consulting/TNVC/Etc.)

Course description: Night Vision Rifleman (NVR) is a data collection class via marksmanship and skills that puts students into practical rifleman ranges in-conjunction with Image intensification systems as well as accompanying accessories to establish a new base line at which to function in low light and no light situations. NVR places a high emphasis on marksmanship fundamentals as well as the mastery of the gear needed to shoot accurately and effectively in the dark. There are strict gear requirements that need to be adhered to in order to thrive in this class.

Gear requirements:

  • A rifle/carbine set up for day/night chambered in a rifle cartridge (no PCC’s, no sub sonic ammo) with 550 rounds of rifle ammunition
  • Rifle Sling (2 point adjustable sling highly recommended)
  • Laser with IR/Vis laser along with IR illuminator (all in one unit highly recommended)
  • Tall optic mounts with NV compatible optics for passive RDS shooting or piggybacked NV compatible optics
  • Minimum 3x rifle mags with the ability to carry all 3 on your person (1 in the gun)
  • Eye/Ear Pro
  • Helmet/Mount/Nods
  • Spare Batteries for optics and lights/lasers
  • Proper range attire and seasonal gear (no shorts, no open toed shoes, sturdy belt) bug repellent
  • Tools to perform basic maintenance or repairs if your gun/optic goes down.
  • Batteries

Topics covered:

  • Firearms and Range Safety and Medical evacuation plan
  • Intro and course Task Condition Standard (explain scoring)
  • Types of Zeros/ Zeroing Procedures/ Confirming Zero on Optics and Lasers
  • Sling Techniques for stability/carry/shooting/obstacle negotiation
  • 7 Fundamentals of Marksmanship
  • Settings and modes for Lasers/Lights and Illuminators
  • Positional shooting w/wo barricades (Standing, Kneeling (supported and unsupported), Sitting, Prone
  • Passive and Active engagement (Lasers and Optics)

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