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Old 9 November 2014, 16:50
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course 2015

Semper Paratus Arms first course for 2105 will be at Scottsdale Gun Club in Scottsdale, AZ. All sign ups and payments for this class are being done through Scottsdale Gun Club.


Dates: January 3/4 2015
Time: 0900-1730
Location: Scottsdale Gun Club
14860 N. Northsight Blvd
Scottsdale AZ


Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......


Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and SigSauer.
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I have been to some armorer courses.

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Old 9 November 2014, 16:52
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Semper Paratus Arms Richmond, TX

Semper Paratus Arms will be in Houston, TX in 2015!

Course registration and payment will be conducted through www.semperparatusarms.com There is an option for students to make (2) split payments for the course. Payment must be made in full before the course starts.

Dates: February 7/8 2015
Time: 0900-1730
Location: Lone Star Karate
222 Farm to Market 359
Richmond, TX


Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......


Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and SigSauer.
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I have been to some armorer courses.

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Old 25 November 2014, 22:09
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Semper Paratus Arms, Bellevue WA March 2014

Semper Paratus Arms first course for 2105 will be back in Washington State. All sign ups and payments for this class are being done through www.semperparatusarms.com


Dates: March 14/15 2015
Time: 0900-1730
Location: West Coast Armory
13216 SE 32nd. Street
Bellevue, WA


Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......


Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S. Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and SigSauer.
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I have been to some armorer courses.

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Old 28 November 2014, 23:39
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SOCNET members do receiver a discount on the course. Please send me a PM for details.
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Old 7 December 2014, 16:18
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Midland, TX January 2015

Semper Paratus Arms will be in oil country in January 2015.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through www.semperparatusarms.com There is an option for students to make (2) split payments for the course. Payment must be made in full before the course starts.

Dates: January 24/25 2015
Time: 0900-1730
Location: SK Arms
4400 North Midland Dr. Suite 640
Midland, TX

Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......


Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and SigSauer.
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I have been to some armorer courses.

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Old 31 December 2014, 20:10
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Colorado Springs, Colorado 2015

Semper Paratus Arms will be in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This course is being hosted by the El Paso County Sheriff's Dept. This course is open to law enforcement, govt'/military and firearms professionals. For specific questions or requirements contact me.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through www.semperparatusarms.com There is an option for students to make (2) split payments for the course. Payment must be made in full before the course starts.

Dates: March 18/19 2015
Time: 0900-1730
Location: Cheyenne Mountain Shooting Complex http://www.mwrfortcarson.com/#!cmsc/ckyc
7796 Route 1, Ft. Carson, CO 80913

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Cost: $350 per person

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tools (If not building a carbine/rifle)

1. Glock Punch

2. Gunsmith Hammer- http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-to...prod12588.aspx
Alternate- http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-to...prod12587.aspx

3. Pivot Pin Installation Tool- http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-to...prod26488.aspx

4. 1/16 flat punch

5. 6" flat tip screwdriver or hex wrench for pistol grip.


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......

Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and SigSauer.
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"The Armies of our ancestors were lucky, in that they were not trailed by a second army of pencil pushers".

I have been to some armorer courses.

Owner- Semper Paratus Arms, LLC

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Old 2 February 2015, 06:15
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course St. Marys, GA April 2015

Semper Paratus Arms will be in St. Marys, GA in April. This course will be at the Camden County Sheriff''s Office (Substation) and is open to all law enforcement, military and civilians.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/ There is an option for students to make (2) split payments for the course. Payment must be made in full before the course starts.

Dates: April 18/19 2015
Time: 0830-1700
Location: Camden County S.O (Substation)
6350 Highway 40 East
St. Marys, GA.


Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-to...prod26488.aspx
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......


Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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"The Armies of our ancestors were lucky, in that they were not trailed by a second army of pencil pushers".

I have been to some armorer courses.

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Old 4 February 2015, 05:31
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Ohio, April 2015

Semper Paratus Arms will be in Ohio for 2 different dates. Both courses are open to all law enforcement, military and civilians.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/ . There is an option for students to make (2) split payments for the course. Payment must be made in full before the course starts.

Dates: April 25/26 2015
Time: 0900-1730
Location: Great Lakes Tactical
38254 Airport Parkway
Willoughby, OH




Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course. Those items are the basics needed for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-to...prod26488.aspx
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......


Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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"The Armies of our ancestors were lucky, in that they were not trailed by a second army of pencil pushers".

I have been to some armorer courses.

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Old 8 February 2015, 15:48
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Ohio, April 2015

Semper Paratus Arms will be in Ohio for 2 different dates. Both courses are open to all law enforcement, military and civilians.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/ .There is an option for students to make (2) split payments for the course. Payment must be made in full before the course starts.

Dates: April 23/24 2015
Time: 0830-1700
Location: Cuyahoga Falls Fire Station #5
3497 Wyoga Lake Road
Cuyahoga Falls, OH





Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......


Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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"The Armies of our ancestors were lucky, in that they were not trailed by a second army of pencil pushers".

I have been to some armorer courses.

Owner- Semper Paratus Arms, LLC
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Ohio, Buckeye, AZ July 2015

Semper Paratus Arms will be teaching the 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course in Buckeye, AZ. Course is open to all law enforcement, military and civilians.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/ .There is an option for students to make (2) split payments for the course. Payment must be made in full before the course starts.

Dates: July 14/15 2015
Time: 0830-1700
Location: Buckeye Police Dept.
100 North Apache Road #D
Buckeye, AZ





Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

The complete kit is only necessary for those building a weapon during the course.

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......


Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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There are still slots open for the course in Colorado Springs. If anyone is interested please feel free to contact me.
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course San Antonio, TX May 2015

Semper Paratus Arms will be teaching two classes in May at Sons of Liberty Gun Works in San Antonio. SOLGW is co-owned by one of our SOCNET members.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through Sons of Liberty Gun Works with special pricing available. In addition students will be able to use tools on site, or may bring their own.

Dates: May 16/17 and May 23/24 2015
Time: 0900-1730

Location: https://www.facebook.com/sonsoflibertygw
3822 Pleasanton Road
San Antonio, TX
(210) 400-5992


Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

The complete kit is only necessary for those building a weapon during the course.

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......

Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Mount Carroll, IL September 2015

Semper Paratus Arms will be teaching the 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course at The Site Training Center (formerly Blackwater North) in Mount Carroll, IL. Course is open to all law enforcement, military and civilians. Lodging is also available on site for an additional fee for those who are out of area. http://blackbearlodgenorth.com/

Course registration and payment will be conducted through http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/-registration/ .There is an option for students to make (2) split payments for the course. Payment must be made in full before the course starts.

Dates: September 5/6 2015
Time: 0900-1730
Location: The Site Training Center-
http://thesitetraining.com/
11311 S Skunk Hollow Rd
Mount Carroll, IL




Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

The complete kit is only necessary for those building a weapon during the course.

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......

Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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I have been to some armorer courses.

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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Oceanside, CA June 2015

Semper Paratus Arms will be in Oceanside, CA. Put down the towels and the lotion and grab your AR.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through Semper Paratus Arms http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/

Dates: June 27/28 2015
Time: 0900-1730
Location: High Performance Training Center
1826 Ord Way
Oceanside, CA



Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

The complete kit is only necessary for those building a weapon during the course.

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......

Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Boyd, TX July 2015

Semper Paratus Arms is going back to Texas.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through Semper Paratus Arms http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/


Dates: July 8/9 2015
Hours: 0830-500 PM
Location: Boyd Police Dept.
500 Knox Ave.
Boyd, TX



Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

The complete kit is only necessary for those building a weapon during the course.

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......

Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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I have been to some armorer courses.

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Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Amarillo, TX August 2015

Semper Paratus Arms LLC 2 Day AR15 Armorer Course Amarillo, TX

Course registration and payment will be conducted through Semper Paratus Arms- http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/


Dates: August 1/2 2015
Hours: 0830-530 PM
Location: Amarillo Shooting Complex

http://police.amarillo.gov/?page_id=33


Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

The complete kit is only necessary for those building a weapon during the course.

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......

Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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I have been to some armorer courses.

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Semper Paratus Arms AR15 Armorer Course San Antonio August 2015

Semper Paratus Arms- http://www.semperparatusarms.com/ will be at Sons of Liberty Gun Works in San Antonio in August. SOLGW is co-owned by one of our SOCNET members.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through Sons of Liberty Gun Works with special pricing available. In addition students will be able to use tools on site, or may bring their own.

Dates: August 8/9 2015
Time: 0900-1730
Location: https://www.facebook.com/sonsoflibertygw
3822 Pleasanton Road
San Antonio, TX
(210) 400-5992


Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

The complete kit is only necessary for those building a weapon during the course.

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......

Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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"The Armies of our ancestors were lucky, in that they were not trailed by a second army of pencil pushers".

I have been to some armorer courses.

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Update for the class in Amarillo, TX. Law enforcement personnel who wish to attend will receive 16 hours of TCOLE credit. Paperwork will processed through Amarillo College.
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SPA (SIONICS Weapon Systems 2 day AR15 Armorer Course Tucson, AZ

Semper Paratus Arms will be in Tucson to teach the SIONICS Weapon Systems 2 day AR15 Armorer Course. This course is approved by the state of Arizona POST Commission for AZ law enforcement personnel to receive 16 hours of continuing education credit.

This course is open to civilians, LE and military personnel.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through Semper Paratus Arms- http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/


Dates: September 15/16 2015
Hours: 0830-500 PM
Location: Tucson Airport Authority Police
2747 E. Airport Drive
Tucson, AZ


Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

The complete kit is only necessary for those building a weapon during the course.

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......

Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, etc... and check the weapon using gages.

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 28 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous f
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Update Class Dates for 2015.

Semper Paratus Arms will be in Southern California at the Angeles Crest Shooting Range (Just North of Los Angeles). This course is being co-hosted by Sierra Element Training. Sierra Element is owned by a UMSC veteran scout sniper and active So Cal police officer.

Course registration and payment will be conducted through Semper Paratus Arms-http://www.semperparatusarms.com/cou...-registration/

Dates: December 5/6 2015
Hours: 0830- 0530 PM
Location: 12651 North Little Tujunga Canyon Road
Lake View Terrace, CA 91342

http://www.angelesranges.com/



Cost: $350 per person

STUDENTS MUST BRING A COMPLETE AR STYLED WEAPON OR PARTS KIT.

Additionally there is a new "minimalist" tool kit for the course.

All tools can be purchased through Brownells and it is the recommended source. http://www.brownells.com. The complete tool list is only required if you are building a weapon. The "minimalist" kit is the minimum required.

Specialized Armament also has various punches available. http://www.specializedarmament.com/

The complete kit is only necessary for those building a weapon during the course.

Complete set of steel punches- 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 (Starrett is preferred)
Complete set of roll pin holders
Complete set of roll pin punches
Nylon and Brass Hammer (1 oz.)
Small to medium pair of needle nose pliers
Large flat tip screwdriver or variable tip screwdriver set
Bolt Catch Pin Punch
Pivot Pin Installation Tool
Note taking material

Minimalist Tool List

Glock Punch
Nylon and Brass gun smithing hammer. (1 oz)
6" flat tip screwdriver or correct allen wrench for grip screw
Pivot pin installation tool- Part# 080-216-011WB
1/16 flat punch (Starrett is recommended)


Instructor will be bringing a variety of specialty tools to the class, to include a vise, vise blocks, etc......

Overview

This class will be taught using various media sources (videos, powerpoints and pictures) as well as well as hands on with functional weapons provided by the students. At the conclusion of the course all students should be able to fully disassemble and assemble a functional weapon from parts. In addition they should be able to recognize common malfunctions and be able to troubleshoot issues that are frequently encountered. We will cover standard AR's, SBR's and AR pistols. We will be installing barrels, staking carrier keys, replacing extractors, etc....

Students will have the opportunity to fix issues during the course such as stakings, gas rings, etc...

The course will conclude with all students taking a written test as well as hands on test which will include the complete disassembly and reassembly of the weapon followed by a functions test.

TD 1

-Introduction to the AR15 platform, its history, and cycle of operation
-Parts breakdown and nomenclature
-Tool and equipment selection as well as proper usage
-Basic disassembly and reassembly (upper and lower)

TD 2

-Overview of TD 1
-Inspection criteria
-Troubleshooting and malfunctions
-Maintenance
-Complete and detailed disassembly and assembly of weapon
-Written test and certificate issuance

Instructor Bio

This course will be taught by a veteran of both the U.S. Army and U.S Coast Guard with over 27 years of experience working with the AR15 family of weapons. In 2005 he entered into the private sector working in Iraq and Afghanistan as an armorer/ instructor for several large private military companies supporting the Department of Defense and the Department of State. He has attended and completed numerous factory armorer courses from such companies as Beretta, Barrett, Colt, Dillon Aero, FNHUSA, Glock, Knights’ Armament, Remington, and Sig Sauer.
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I have been to some armorer courses.

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