Monarch Defense offers a comprehensive tactical training experience, at a secluded facility right here in the bay area with 360 degree safe firing direction, 800 foot tall backstop, night time live fire capability, steel targets out to 1200 yards, filtered spring water, hot showers after class, bonfires and camping, and amazing night time stars.
Please join us for two days of fun, exciting, and confidence inspiring rifle training for beginner and intermediate level students, to be offered only 4 times this year.
What is a rifle, what it does, and why we use them
Defining the second amendment
Weapons handling do’s, don’ts, and safety procedures
Loading, unloading, emergency reload, tactical reload, simple malfunction and complex malfunction procedures
Battle sight zero math and theory
Rifle wound ballistics
The science of ammunition
Fundamentals of breathing, aiming, and trigger press
Prone, kneeling and standing positions
Choosing equipment and accessories
Rapid fire and recoil control
Shooting steel targets out to 400 meters
Dynamic high stress shooting and moving
Night time live fire
Our facility is in the hills 1 hour east of San Jose. Detailed directions will be emailed to those who sign up.
Class starts at 9am and will run for 8-10 hours, depending on the weather, number of students, and speed that the class learns.
We invite students to stay overnight at our facility.
Notebook (recommend Rite in the Rain 5″x7″)
Small tape measure or ruler
Rifle cleaning kit with barrel rod and oil
Allen wrenches, screwdrivers, etc. for adjusting your optics
Rifle with sling
200+ rounds of ammo per day
2 gallons water
Sturdy shoes or boots
Sturdy weather appropriate outdoor clothing (We train rain or shine)
Medications and toiletries
Towel for showering
Change of clothes
Refillable water bottle, camelback, or canteen (we have drinking water on site)
Nice to have but not necessary:
Body armor level 3 Special Threat or level 4
Ballistic helmet Level 3A or higher
Load bearing equipment for ammunition and water
Handgun and holster
Night vision and IR laser
Regarding camping over night, we provide students with high quality canvas tents, propane heaters, and cots. You will need your own foam sleeping pad and sleeping bag. You are welcome to use the refrigerator, warm showers, bathroom and camp kitchen. We typically make potluck style dinner on Saturday night together after class with breakfast on your own with tea and coffee in the mornings.
Brian Wang is the event organizer. He can be reached at 408-892-5460 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday January 14th to Sunday January 15th, 2023, Saturday April 15th to Sunday April 16th, 2023, Saturday July 8th to Sunday July 9th, 2023, Saturday October 21st to Sunday October 22nd, 2023