This course focuses on long-range and precision shooting fundamentals including ballistics,
data management, compensating for distance and wind using knobs and reticle methods,
and shooting technique. It touches on UKD and non-standard field shooting.
a. Operator level maintenance of your weapon system
b. Use of telescopic sights
c. Application of the fundamentals of marksmanship
d. Basic understanding of applied ballistics
e. Use of ballistics programs
f. Data collection, data book
g. Zeroing your rifle
h. Engage targets in the field at known distances out to 800 yards
This class culminates in a field exercise that involves shooting a variety of 1-3 MOA targets from field positions. At the NRAWC, the third day of the class is the Sporting Rifle Match.
|Format||Classroom, known distance, and field exercise|
|Physical Requirements||Ability to hike approx 2 miles in rough terrain|
|Rifle Requirements||1 MOA accuracy and max range of at least 700 yards|
|Limitations||Caliber 6mm to .300WM, max 3200 fps, no steel core|
|Cost||$1200 class fee |
|Venues||Douglas, WY; Big-K Ranch (Elkton, OR)|
1 MOA or better rifle; 300 rounds of ammunition; laser rangefinder; bipod; rear bag; backpack; at least 64 oz of water (Camelback recommended); boots; raingear; sunscreen; eye and ear protection; silencer recommended; hat; paper and pen; shooting sticks; sling;To secure your class slot, call 307-287-2052 to leave a deposit. If you have questions Email Us!