Dynamic Carbine

Tremis Dynamics

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2 Days

This is a 2-day intermediate-level class designed to break the static range mindset. Gunfights are a dynamic experience - training for one should be as well. We will emphasize a lot of movement, using cover, concealment, and barricades; fundamental shooting skills; shooting with either hand; Basic Shooter First Aid concepts; multiple targets; working as a team, and more in a variety of drills that stress realism and will challenge your decision making. You will learn techniques for using your gun from CQB distance out to 100+ yards and gain the confidence and mindset to effectively employ a carbine.

This class will set you up perfectly to take Day 3 Carbine. We try to run this directly afterward so you can do all three days back to back.

We do allow pistol-caliber carbines as well as rimfire in this class. Student's rifles MUST BE ZEROED!

Prerequisite: Basic rifle skills, such as Day 0 Carbine



Gear List:
One open mind
Pen and Paper
Eye and Ear Protection (electronic Ear Pro recommended)
Weather appropriate clothing
Load carriage of your choice
A ZEROED fighting carbine 
5 magazines
700 rounds of quality ammo
Gun lube of choice, cleaning gear
A roll of tan masking tape
Stapler and staples
Kneepads (optional)
A packed lunch and beverages for each day
$Range Fee as indicated in the confirmation email (Varies by Location; 0-25 as set by the host range)


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  • 5
    Dynamic Carbine

    Posted by Austin Briggs on Feb 27th 2024

    I took Dynamic Carbine + Day 3 Carbine, in Leesburg FL. Garry and Mike were the instructors for all 3 days. The pacing of the drills were great Had a good mix of accuracy, movement, and team drills that were suitable for The student with the most experience and the student with the least. I personally enjoyed the drills used to gauge your own capabilities, and the mindset of trying new things to gather data and to test against your previous capabilities. Would Recommend!

  • 5
    Dynamic carbine

    Posted by Javier Malave on Feb 22nd 2024

    AAR Dynamic Carbine- Day 1,2,3 Leesburg FL Feb 16-18 ARES training facility. Gear: Rifle: Spikes tactical 14.5 with enhanced trigger kit Optic: Holosun SCRS- green dot Sling- Combat Art Training adjustable rifle sling Chest rig- UW Gear minuteman 4 This was my third time taking Tremis Dynamics Dynamic Carbine curriculum. It had been two years since the last time so I was looking forward to changes in the format. I also saw weather was going to be a thing and I had never trained in wet conditions before( I took a shotgun class with Zach Bush and Garry Marr in 2022 in November in PA that was fucking miserably cold) so I wanted to test my gear and mindset under what was going to be two really wet days. Day 1 was basics day. Excellent safety briefing, medical plan and basic carbine handling aspects were thoroughly covered. It was awesome to see Jay Gibson and Andrew Smrecek in class. I hadn’t seen Jay since 2018 when I took Fighting pistol with him and Jerry Nuss in Titusville. I met Andrew in pistol class last September at the same range. Having Jay as a student in class is intimidating. Him and Andrew are excellent shooters. I also trained with Turtle Castell who I had met at pistol class last September also. You should check out his rifles at Iron-Pig Armament, LLC. They run better than Wilson combat ?.There were there other students in class with different levels of skill so it was going to be a good lab test for Garry. Before class started Andrew gifted me with one of the rifle slings he makes. I put it on for the whole class. More to come on that later. Day 1 was spectacular. Garry has now a class handout that is a great addition to your reading library. Weather was awesome. Day 1 progresses you from basic rifle skills to shooting from both shoulders, shooting while moving and shot placement at Heart or brain. Day 2 defined for me the concept of if it isn’t raining you ain’t training. We had a constant drizzle of rain all day on Saturday that intensified on day3 with lower temperatures. Day 2 introduces more movement and shooting drills including a partner and verbal Commands for cover and moving. We also had the Small dot precision drill. Shooting from cover and different positions was also covered. The day ends on the first advanced drill that sets up day 3. Day 3 was miserable weather wise. We got to the range in the morning and three inches of rain had dumped overnight. Temperature didn’t rise above 52 degrees which is terrible for Florida. Cold, wet and windy. Day 3 wrecks almost every other class you can take. The skill level that you practice and develop on day 3 should be the minimum standard for those that carry a pistol daily or run a carbine for home and vehicle defense. Day 3 teaches you to be comfortable handling and firing guns safely around people. Day3 has a timed precision drill and a dual hand precision drill similar to day 2. Jay and Andrew smoked all the winner patches on the four drills. Jay did it with iron sights. Take aways for me 1. Remember your offset aimpoints inside 10 feet 2. When loading your rifle always run the charging handle and leave that slide lock lever alone especially if it is wet, your hands are cold and your rifle has shot 1k rounds without cleaning. Don’t manipulate the charging handle back into place. Just rack it 3. Carrying the extra weight of a magnifier has benefits. 4. Always remember to work the safety when manipulating the rifle to different shooting positions. 5. I shoot all the drills in class better this weekend than the two times before. It was great to see progress. 6. Because I am ambidextrous and left eye dominant, I practiced left handed shooting a lot and I really liked it. 7. I know there has been debate here about Bat Levers on AR’s. I want to say I love mine. Class was awesome. Seeing the guys, meeting new people and having dinner with them was great! If you are on this group and haven’t done day 3 you should, pistol or carbine. Ps. Andrew makes a $30 rifle sling that I used for three days. I love how it stows away tight against the rifle when I don’t need it. I am going to have to order one because my wife saw it when I got home and tested it on her 9mm AR and it is know hers. Thanks for coming to Florida guys!

  • 5
    Dynamic Carbine

    Posted by Andrew Smrecek on Feb 19th 2024

    This class is very well paced and has a ton of good drills and information for both experienced and new shooters. A new shooter would become confident in themselves in a very short amount of time, and an experienced shooter would pick up on several new techniques and new perspectives on things they thought they had a full understanding of. There are some things I learned in this class that I have never seen anywhere else that I think should be the standard practice and I will now adopt into my own practice. Garry and Mike both do a great job of teaching information in a simple manner that is easy for everyone to understand.

  • 5
    Firearms Training

    Posted by Jason H on Oct 28th 2023

    This is the foundational training you absolutely need for owning and being prepared to fight with your rifle. Small class size and excellent small block instruction is easy to digest and builds through the course. Practical drills tie to real world application and gives you plenty of material to practice after the class. Garry is a great instructor and adds a lot of practical basis for the instruction given.

  • 5
    Dynamic Carbine

    Posted by Caleb K. on Oct 27th 2023

    I really enjoyed this class. The drills tested my abilities and gave me tools to add to the tool box. Gary did a great job of instructing and I'm very glad to take this class because I'm still applying the lessons learned I as continue my training path.

  • 5
    First Training Class

    Posted by Steven K on Oct 26th 2023

    This was my introduction to the tactical training community and I came away with so much more knowledge. If you haven't had any training aside from basic operation of a fighting rifle and you want to learn how to be effective, this is the place to start.