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 Cerberus Training Group - Armorer Courses 
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Location: Goldendale, WA.
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Real Name: Steve
January 25 - 26 1911 Armorer / Operator

This two day class is a mixture of intensive classroom instruction and hands-on operation that will gain proficiency in the following areas: Cleaning, maintain, gauging, repair, build, and/or modify the 1911 platform. We will go over disassembly, reassembly, identification of mechanical deficiencies and corrective actions, so you will walk away knowing your 1911 is reliable.
Topics covered;
+ Operation and function
+ Nomenclature
+ Design
+ Interaction of parts including safeties and fire control group
+ Proper safety checks
+ Disassembly & Assembly
+ Inspection of parts for excessive wear
+ Maintenance and lubrication
+ Gauging and checking critical areas
+ Modification / Customization
+ 1911 Build Tools and Gauge Use
+ Compatibility
+ Troubleshooting and Tuning
+ Theory
+ 1911 Parts Comparison
+ Cleaning and Lubrication and Scheduled Maintenance
+ Magazine Inspection
+ Testing and Selecting the correct Action Spring
+ Frame and Barrel Feed Ramps
+ Barrel Timing and Testing
+ Extractor Upgrades
+ Diagnosing Malfunctions

The second half of Day 2 will be on the range checking proper operation, manipulation and an abbreviated Run the Gun class, which is made to instill the fundamentals of efficiency in running the 1911 platform.




February 8 - 9 AR Armorer / Operator

This two-day class is a mixture of intensive classroom instruction and hands-on operation that will gain proficiency in the following areas: Cleaning, maintain, gauging, repair, build, and/or modify the AR-15 platform. We will go over disassembly, reassembly, identification of mechanical deficiencies and corrective actions, so you will walk away knowing your AR-15 is reliable.
Topics covered;
+ Operation and function
+ Nomenclature
+ Design
+ Interaction of parts including safeties and fire control group
+ Proper safety checks
+ Disassembly & Assembly
+ Inspection of parts for excessive wear
+ Head Space
+ Maintenance and lubrication
+ Gauging and checking critical areas
+ Modification / Customization
+ AR15 Build Tools and Gauge Use
+ Compatibility
+ Troubleshooting and Tuning
+ Theory
+ AR15 vs. M16 Parts Comparison
+ Cleaning and Lubrication and Scheduled Maintenance
+ Magazine Inspection
+ Bolt Carrier - Receiver Extension/Buffer Tubes and Types
+ Castle Nut Staking
+ Testing and Selecting the correct Buffer and Buffer/Action Spring Combination
+ Barrel Extensions and Feed Ramps
+ Gas Ring Testing
+ Extractor Upgrades
+ Gas Key Torque Specifications and Staking
+ Gas Ports, Gas Tubes, and Gas System Length and Alignment
+ Handguards, Rail Systems, and Free-Floating Systems
+ Diagnosing Malfunctions

The second half of Day 2 will be on the range checking proper operation, manipulation and an abbreviated Run the Gun class, which is made to instill the fundamentals of efficiency in running the AR platform.

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