Led by Lt. Col. (Ret.) Mikey Hartman and a cadre of elite special forces operators, the “When Speed and Accuracy Matter – Aim High” course will feature the MICRO RONI carbine conversion and the Hartman MH1 Tactical Reflex Sight.
CAA, developers and manufacturers of advanced battle-tested firearms accessories, and Hartman Optics, designers and manufacturers of the state-of-the-art MH1 Reflex Sight, announces a first-in-America training course in which, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Mikey Hartman, CEO of CAA / Hartman and his hand-picked former IDF and US Special Forces instructors will offer this brand-new, IDF inspired training course. This unique course will be held at the Altair Training Solutions facility located in the Southwest Florida Everglades for a select invited group.
“We thought it would be cool to give the students an added advantage that can’t be found anywhere else in the world,” Mikey commented. “We wanted them, on one hand, to learn in-depth about the Micro RONI, Micro RONI with Stabilizer brace and the MH1 sight, and also gaining a unique understanding of how we train in the Israeli Infantry. Hopefully, they will leave the course with much more knowledge than they came into it with.”
As CEO of CAA / Hartman, Mikey knows a thing or two about training, having trained over half a million IDF soldiers and a few thousand US troops as well, during his 22-year military career. He established the IDF Sharpshooting and Marksmanship School and wrote the entire IDF Shooting Doctrine. The other members of the instructor cadre include Aaron Forum, Garret Machine, Hayim Funes and Eran Segev.
This first CAA / Hartman course will take place December 11 – 14, 2016 and can be followed on Facebook. CAA / Hartman thank the following participating sponsors: Altair, Vertx, Walker’s, Triumph Systems, Shell Shock Technologies, L-Tech Enterprises, Scopecoat and Sentry Solutions. The course calendar for 2017 will be available at a later date.