Have you ever wanted to learn how to safely handle and use high explosives including C-4, Semtex, Emulsions, RDX, Comp-B, DetCord, Dynamite, ANFO, PETN, and the liquid explosive Texpak? Now’s your chance. WCMG has opened up their High Explosive Law Enforcement Training to the general public with the only requirements being that the individual is 18+ years old and a US citizen. No previous experience required.
High Explosive Demonstration
This 2-hour class focuses on the different types of HE, different types of firing lines, different types of detonators, and the different types of initiators. This 2-hour class allows students to get a basic understanding of what different types of HE looks like and how it is used. There will be 4 detonations (firings) done by the instructor during the class.
Introduction to High Explosives
This 8-hour class focuses on the hands-on use of different types of HE, different types of firing lines, different types of detonators, and the different types of initiators. This 8-hour class is HANDS-ON and will instruct students on the safe handling and use of multiple types of High Explosives (HE). For the first hour in the Intro class, students will be instructed on the history of HE, types of HE, types of detonators, types of firings, proper handling, and lastly storage requirements. The remaining 7 hours will be direct hands-on use of HE, including laying the firing line, placing the charge, arming with detonators (aka blasting caps) and then the actual firing of multiple types of charges. All firings and setups will be done by students under the close direct supervision of an experienced instructor. Classes are limited to 16 students to allow every attendee the chance to handle, set up, and detonate multiple firings. Drinks and lunch will be provided.
Advanced Usage of High Explosives
This 8-hour class focuses on the hands-on use of multiple delayed firings, directional charges, shape charges, penetrating water charges, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) of a suspected briefcase IED, and the construction and detonation of a real Claymore mine, and/or a M67 HE Grenade. The Advance Class will have a refresher training for the first 1 hour and then 7 hours of advanced training. Note: The intro Class is a prerequisite of the Advanced Usage class. Classes are limited to 16 students to allow every attendee the chance to handle, set up, and detonate multiple firings. Drinks and lunch will be provided.
We stock a variety of explosive accessories:
Electrical Blasting Caps
Nonel Blasting Caps
Safety Fuse Caps
Blasting Machines (for rental)
M213 Grenade Fuzes
*NOTE: In order to simplify our operations, we only sell explosives to government agencies.*