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Variable Power Optics (VPO) for Patrol Rifles
Typically reserved for precision rifle / sniper programs, variable power optics (VPOs) is becoming an increasing option for agency patrol rifle programs across the nation. These types of programs are often similar to military Designated Marksman (DM) programs, but there are distinguishing differences. Patrol rifles can use lower power optics like a red dot sight (both eyes open) but still have the ability to increase power for precision shots, distance shots, and intelligence gathering.
This 2-day / 16-hour instructor development course is designed to provide firearms instructors with technical information related to VPOs, mounting options, and BUIS considerations. This course will also cover training methodology, potential training scars, and policy considerations. The foundation of this course is based on the success of a large agency patrol rifle program that has authorized VPOs since 2004.
This course is approved by the NRA LE Division for 16 hours of continuing education credit.
Pre-requisite: A law enforcement Rifle Instructor certification from a reputable organization.
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