P.O. Box 197 | Williamsburg, VA 23187 | 757.254.3230

Enhanced Vehicle, Rifle Pistol Course Curriculum

The CFT Enhanced vehicle rifle pistol course is 12.5% classroom and 87.5% range work. The following topics will be discussed in the classroom and practiced on the range through dry and live fire drills. We will start out training day one in the classroom where we will go over administrative items and course brief. Next we will complete the morning on the range where course assumes a baseline of competence with the pistol and which we will confirm though initial diagnostic testing. Once a common level of skill is confirmed, and any shortfalls addressed through individual remedial instruction, we will begin a progressive enhancement of each officer’s skills. In the afternoon we will begin with individual carbine skills and rapidly move into enhanced carbine and pistol skills. We will complete training day one with a two gun individual skills evaluation. Training day two will start in the classroom where we will discuss cover, concealment and the use of cover. We will then wrap up the class with a ballistics case study on unarmored vehicles. At this point we will conduct dry and live fire exercises with the use of cover and then the use of vehicles. We will shoot from multiple firing positions around the vehicle, and then engage targets from positions inside the vehicle. Everything covered and conducted will be explained in detail and demonstrated by the instructors of CFT.

To host or enroll

If interested in attending or hosting this course, Please contact CFT at mark@combinedfirearmstraining.com or www.facebook.com/CombinedFirearmsTraining.

Required Gear & Equipment

  • Patrol Rifle chambered for 5.56 mm or 223 Remington Four magazines each capable of 20 rounds per.
  • Duty Handgun with 3 magazines.
  • Organization approved holster.
  • 550 rounds of 5.56mm or Remington 223 full metal jacket FMJ, ammunition minimum.
  • 450 rounds of duty Handgun full metal jacket FMJ, ammunition minimum.
  • Magazine pouches or carriers for each weapon system.
  • One rifle sling.
  • Weapons cleaning gear for both weapons systems.
  • One pair of wrap around shooting glasses.
  • Ear/Hearing protection.
  • Level 4 body armor. If you do not have level 4, bring what you have.
  • Kevlar military style helmet. (Optional)
  • One large sharpie marker and small note book and pen.

Recommended optional equipment

  • Dump pouch attached to duty belt.


Half of our live fire training will be conducted with the use of Steel Targets so we cannot allow the use of any M855 BALL GREEN TIP AMMUNITION ON THE RANGE!!!!! SPECIAL NOTE ON CARBINE We will conduct a carbine zeroing confirmation exercise in the morning of training day one. Please have both OPTICS and IRON SIGHTS zeroed prior to attending the course. If you have any questions concerning the gear requirements’ Please feel free to contact us.