»Intermediate CQB

Intermediate CQB
  • Price: $600.00
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Round Count:
    300 rifle Frangible rounds
    200 Pistol rounds
    100 Frangible Pistol rounds
    300 UTM rounds (Can be purchased at course) Student note- Please do not bring any steel core, armor piercing or tracers. They will not be allowed in any SofNet courses.
  • Prerequisites:
    Basic CQB

Course Dates

  • No Course Dates Scheduled


The Intermediate CQB course trains with marking rounds which will be used to stress the basics and ensure optimal training value. Students will further develop the basic skills and foundation they achieved in the basic course. Focus will be on marksmanship proficiency, safety and team communication, standard entry techniques, and breaching methods. CQB courses will be taught in the crawl, walk, run method - this is the walk phase. This course will be faster with more emphasis on angles and danger areas. Safety and marksmanship exercises will be stressed as passing the course standards are required to move forward to the next level training course.

Training Topics

  • Safety
  • Single room clearing
  • Multiple room clearing
  • Marksmanship proficiency
  • Rules of Engagement
  • Individual and Team Movement
  • Team Formations
  • Identifying Angles as Danger Areas
  • Slow and Deliberate entry
  • Dynamic Entry
  • Team Dialogue/Communication
  • Movement to breach
  • Combat Accuracy
  • Target discrimination training
  • Team Dialogue/Communication

Required Equipment

  • Pistol with Holster
  • 3 pistol magazines with pouches to support them
  • AR platform with weapon sling
  • 3 magazines with pouches to support them
  • Body Armor with ballistic plates (Can be rented if needed)
  • Ballistic helmet (Can be rented if needed)
  • Med kit (blowout kit)
  • Notepad
  • Pens/Pencils
  • Ear Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Water reservoir
  • Baseball Cap
  • Sun block

Recommended Equipment

  • Kneepads
  • Go pro

Food & Water

Recommended 1 gallon water per day. Students will not be released for lunch. Enough food to support lunch and a day of shooting should be carried in each day.