LONG RANGE RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP

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CLASS DESCRIPTION

MUST REGISTER and PAID IN FULL 72 HRS PRIOR. THIS CLASS REQUIRES A MIN of 8 STUDENTS

 

During this 2 ½ day class you will learn the foundation to becoming a consistent shooter and the skills to become an excellent “Long Range Shooter.”

You will learn how to apply the ever changing environmental conditions as well as how to read and apply wind to your shots. You will learn how to make your LR set up better and ring the best out of yourself and your equipment. You will learn how to engage targets at extreme angles and in various shooting positions. You will see your confidence and consistency increase as you engage targets out to 1000 yards+ with your rifle. 

Thursday May 30: Location: Independence Indoor Range Class Room: 6pm-9pm: Class room instruction
Friday May 31: Location: Private range south of the airport: 8:30am -5pm: Range work 100-1000 yards
Saturday June 1: Location: Private range south of the airport: 8:30am-1pm: Classes on extreme angle shooting and Positional shooting: Practice angle and positional shooting. 1:30-5pm: Hunting scenario shoots 150-800 yards

 

 

Rifle- 30 cal or less – With the number of rounds you will shoot in the school, larger caliber rifles such as
338 or larger have too much recoil. Some former students tried them and couldn’t shoot by the last
day. What you will learn can be applied to any rifle when you get back home. Rifle should have the
action bedded and the barrel free floated. Rifle should shoot 1 MOA groups or better at 100 yards.
Trigger set at 2 -3 lbs.
Bi-Pod - should have the ability to cant (such as the Harris 9-13-inch S Model or the Atlas Bi-Pod
Scope- should have enough elevation adjustments to come up at least 25-35 MOA/15 MILs, from your
zero. Positive click adjustments
We suggest variable power scopes in the 4.5x14, 5.5x22, 6 x20, 6.5 x24 somewhere in those ranges.
If you have 3-9, 3-10, 4-12 power it will work but you will be limited on some longer targets.

 

 

 

TIME: Thurs Class 

Fri & Sat Range Day 

MUST REGISTER and PAID IN FULL 72 HRS PRIOR. THIS CLASS REQUIRES A MIN of 8 STUDENTS

DATES: Click "Book Now"

FEE: $650.00

SKILL: 

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CLASS DETAILS 

PREREQUISITES

  • No previous experience

WHAT TO BRING 

  • Rifle- 30 cal or less – With the number of rounds you will shoot in the school, larger caliber rifles such as 338 or larger have too much recoil. Some former students tried them and couldn’t shoot by the last day. What you will learn can be applied to any rifle when you get back home. Rifle should have the
    action bedded and the barrel free floated. Rifle should shoot 1 MOA groups or better at 100 yards. Trigger set at 2 -3 lbs.
    Bi-Pod - should have the ability to cant (such as the Harris 9-13-inch S Model or the Atlas Bi-Pod Scope- should have enough elevation adjustments to come up at least 25-35 MOA/15 MILs, from your zero. Positive click adjustments. We suggest variable power scopes in the 4.5x14, 5.5x22, 6 x20, 6.5 x24 somewhere in those ranges. If you have 3-9, 3-10, 4-12 power it will work but you will be limited on some longer targets. Spotting scope/ Binoculars/Shooting sticks

     

  • If you don’t have some of this equipment, we will have extra items we can share.

  • Ammunition – 100- 120 rounds

  • Hearing protection

  • Shooting mat /tarp

  • Gun cleaning equipment

  • Day pack

  • Pen/Pencil small note book/ camera

  • Ballistic App for phone (suggest – Shooter Ballistic App by Shawn Kennedy- shooterapp.net)

  • Kestrel wind meter 5700 Model

  • Bubble level for your rifle

  • Clothing:

  • Hiking boots / comfortable clothes (mornings can be a little cool) / rain gear

  • Sun screen/ Bug spray

  • Cooler with lots of drinks, lunch and chair

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