This course is designed to develop understanding and proficiency on the AR-15 rifle system. Students will progress from basic fundamentals and parts identification as well as assembly and disassembly of the sub components.
The Armorer student will then be required to assemble an AR-15 rifle from the receiver both upper and lower section of the rifle.
Understanding of the individual parts and how they work in unison is a pass or fail for this portion of the course.
Students will take a practical or verbal test on the materials covered in the Armorer course.
Students passing this course will receive certification valid for 3 years enabling the students to work in environments to
conduct service and repair on AR-15 rifles.
History of the M-16 and AR-15 Weapon System
Loading & Unloading the AR-15 Rifle
Assembly and disassembly of uppers and lowers
Broken shell extraction
Cleaning the Ar-15 Rifle
Break in procedures prior to placing into service
Zeroing procedures (range time)
Pen and notepad to take notes
30 rounds of ammunition .223/5.56 will be used on the range for functioning the rifle. (Range time will be pendant upon students decision)
*Students will require to bring very basic armorers tools and all other armorer tools will be provided as part of the course*
3/16, 5/32, 5/64 punch set and small flat head screw driver.
Other armorer tools available for purchase from Bushido Tactical Pro Shop
Duration: 1 ½ Days
Tuition: $450 per student