Mobile Training Teams (MTT'S)


Briggs Core Dynamics specializes in Mobile Training Teams (MTT) on the national level. Briggs Core tailors its courses and curriculum development based specifically on your organizational training requirements. In most cases, MTTs are more cost effective to the client and provide flexibility in terms of scheduling and facility utilization.

To ensure quality of instruction and curriculum, Briggs Core uses an industry best practice 4-prong system to identify training resources and locations and to clarify training expectations, which is crucial in reconciling participant capabilities with course objectives. This ensures Briggs Core properly tailors and delivers the exact course of instruction to best meet the training goals of your organization.


Law Enforcement DDM/Sniper Course

This course is designed to give the officer the tools, tactical knowledge, and confidence to deploy themselves as an active Law Enforcement Sniper. The course will focus heavily on the basics of long-range marksmanship and optimizing equipment setup. Students will be given a toolbox approach to training where they will be given the skills to calculate ballistic firing solutions on various target exposures and make decisions during replicated active shooter scenarios. Students will be taught by actual Military/Law enforcement snipers who will bring real life experiences and knowledge to the officers throughout the course. 

It consists of 40 hours of instruction via classroom and range time. Each classroom portion will conclude with instruction in practical LE employment. 

Students will be proficient after completing the course in the below bullets:

1. Fundamentals of marksmanship

2. Optimal rife set up and scope mounting

3. Ballistic computer application

4. Ballistic computer programming

5. Moving targets

6. Dialing data and known holds

7. Wind reading and judging distance

8. Engaging static targets out to 800m

Course Outline:

Day 1.

1. Fundamentals of marksmanship

2. Sight in and sight adjustment

3. Scope mounting/set up/Anti Cant

4. Bore Sighting Procedures

5. Optimal rifle set up

6. Classroom- instruction (Operational considerations)

7. Ballistic computer application

8. Environmental Factors

9. Zeroing procedures/Cold bore

10. Stages of Flight

11. Internal, External, and terminal Ballistics

12. Sniper Math

13. Chronograph familiarization

Day 2.

1. Classroom- 

2. Intro to wind reading

3. Custom Wind Charts

4. Zeroing and Grouping

5. True Muzzle velocity

6. Shooter Spotter Verbiage

7. DOPE Gathering out to 700 yards

Day 3.

1. Range estimation- Understanding danger space- Miling targets Formula

2. Wind reading

3. Classroom- LEO instruction/Scenario Shootings

4. Intro to Moving Targets (Formulas and techniques)

5. Weapons Cleaning/Maintenance considerations

6. AAR

Day 4.

1. Classroom- LEO instruction- Scenario Shoots

2. Camouflage and concealment

3. Ghillie suit construction

4. Dope gathering out to 800m

5. Wind reading

6. Moving target engagements

7. Obstacle clearance

8. Pre- Known Distance Target Engagement Qualification

Day 5.

1. Known Distance Qualification

2. Scenario Shooting