Diamondback Shooting Sports
Reviewed from Google

4.4 out of 5 stars

Sara Haralson
Sara Haralson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Wonderful. We purchased my first gun today. The first employee we worked with seemed very unimpressed about us at first, however warmed up quickly. While I was going through the background check, four different employees came up and asked if I had been helped. The staff seemed to want to be there and honestly help you get what you needed. We will be going back, loved this store.

christopher enos
christopher enos

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Travis the gunsmith has worked on 3 of my firearms and did a great job on all. First time speaking with him for almost 2 hrs, he's extremely knowledgeable on firearms and hunting. The manager and the front desk folks were great and pleasant as well. I recommend Travis to all my buddies.

A Google User
A Google User

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Stan was extremely helpful every time we come in with question. He never rushed us and taught us so much. Stan really made us feel comfortable.

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Intro To Carbine

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Must be lawfully allowed to train with firearms. This is a one-day, introductory level rifle training course, tailored to contemporary semi-automatic rifles. (e.g. AR-15, FN-FAL, AK-47, AK-74) The course is half classroom instruction, and half range training..

No prerequisite.

Intro To Carbine

$8500
  • Check Schedule
  • Introduction to the semi-automatic rifle
  • Firearms Safety and Safe Gun Handling techniques
  • Firearms maintenance, assembly and disassembly, safe storage
  • Features and function of rifle components
  • Introduction to iron sights and zeroing
  • Fundamentals of Marksmanship / from the ground up
  • Loading, Reloading, Unloading
  • Introduction to Malfunctions and Immediate Action Drills
  • Range Training, firing from Prone, Kneeling and Standing
  • Slow-Fire for Accuracy
  • Multiple Target Engagements, Various Distances

Required Gear:

Appropriate semi-automatic Rifle or Carbine
Eye and Ear Protection
Note-taking material for classroom instruction
Minimum of 150 rounds of target ammunition

Recommended Gear:

Ball cap with brim
Sturdy footwear (NO open-toed shoes or sandals)
Appropriate Attire for Arizona training on outdoor private range
Water and snacks/bag lunch for the training day