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Monday, March 31, 2015

NCTOA Training Day At OGTC

25 operators from 12 different North Carolina police and sheriff departments spent the chilly day practicing live firearms skills and scenario-based drills. The training consisted of the basic methodology and thought processes of close quarter battle, and included a hostage rescue scenario.Oak Grove instructors personally conducted training and scenario development to enhance law enforcement ...

Tuesday, February 28, 2015

Special Operations Train At OGTC

Two Special Forces teams practiced a number of drills on our 50m x 50m small arms range. Upon arrival, the teams confirmed zero ? on their weapons systems and practiced transition drills that were all timed and included shooting while moving, multiple target indexing, and shooting and moving ?from behind barriers; these drills consisted of the individual alternating between shooting paper targets with a rifle and ste...

Wednesday, January 31, 2015

PNW Arms Conducts Product Testing At OGTC

Last month, December 9-12,  leased the the range complex at the Oak Grove Training Center for use in testing out a few of their products (guns and ammunition); they even invited approximately 50 guests from the military and other personnel to do the testing themselves. PNW Arms puts much research and skill into their products design and development, and has seemingly coined the term "weapons science&qu...
Friday, November 30, 2014

Wake County Sheriffs Train At OGTC

This is one of many sentiments expressed by members of the Wake County Sheriff's Department who took part in some training at the Oak Grove Training Center earlier this month. From Nov. 3 - 6 members of the Wake County Sheriff's Department practiced various simulated events utilizing the Oak Grove Training Center's shoot house, range (where they incorporated practice in a bear cat), and obs...

Monday, November 30, 2014

Helicopter Landing Zone In Use

Training November 4, 2014  The Oak Grove Training Center's helicopter landing zone (HLZ) was recently surveyed and approved,  Here's a video of the very first Black Hawk to use the HLZ.