Private Citizens, LE, MIL
Beginner and advanced courses teaching long range marksmanship techniques.
$450 2-Day Course (Additional $25 Per Day Range Fee Due on Training Day 1)
200 Rounds of Hunting Ammunition (Please review our Handloading Policy)
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The Precision Hunter’s course curriculum is specifically designed to give rifle hunters the edge they need to successfully push the limits of themselves and their equipment when the shot of a lifetime presents itself. (This is not a tactical rifle course, nor is this to be considered a Hunter’s Education class. Each student will be expected to possess basic firearms safety and weapons handling skills.) By first establishing rock-solid fundamentals, students will learn their full marksmanship potential. Building on those fundamentals, students will push the limits of their equipment by learning the basics of external ballistics, reading the wind and adopting unconventional shooting positions. Students should expect to engage static steel targets at distances from 50-600 yards.
The Precision Hunter’s course is meant to show students the capabilities and limitations of their hunting rifles and other gear that they plan to use in the field. Whichever rifle you’re shooting, bring it to the course and we’ll show you how to employ it to its maximum potential. The same stands for the scope you’ve chosen; bring it along and we’ll show you how to manipulate the turrets, make sense of the knobs and how to understand your reticle. Basically you bring it, and we’ll show you how to extract the most potential out of it.
Students should expect low to moderate activity levels for this course. Most of the range time will be spent adopting unconventional or field shooting positions with a large emphasis on the individual's learning to judge field conditions and understand capabilities and limitations. The curriculum is balanced between classroom lectures with practical application shooting drills that directly reinforce the topics discussed. This course can be considered an introductory level precision rifle course, with Long Range Precision 1 being the next step in the progression. During the Precision Hunter course students will be co-located with their vehicles and can expect minimal foot movement from classroom to firing line. Students should be self-sufficient with ample supplies of water and chow for lunch.
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