RSIPF officers in Aussie complete second week of Rifle User Training Program

National Response Department (NRD) officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) have successfully completed the second week of Daniels Defence Rifle User Training Program.

The training included:

  • Exposure to the new firearm including different parts, operating components and accessories;
  • Use of advanced sighting systems and various other accessories on the firearm;
  • Different degrees of weapon readiness including load, action and unload;
  • Practicing stoppage drills.  This is about making the firearm operational after experiencing an empty magazine or obstruction;
  • Dry firing and handling practice without any live ammunition;
  • Live firing on the range and transition from primary firearm to secondary firearm;
  • Learning to use the firearm at night using its light source;
  • Shooting from a various positions including lying prone on the ground, kneeling, sitting and standing;
  • Engage threats swiftly and move at the same time; and
  • Assessments.
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The RSIPF Contingents now successfully completed week two of the five weeks training and looking forward to the completion of this training course.