Precision Rifle II (CLEET # 13-0808)
This course is a follow-on to our Precision Rifle course described above. It is conducted based upon an "assumption of capability" on the part of the shooter. Attendees are expected to begin the program with capable, proven equipment, a verified 100 yard zero, a solid understanding of technical shooting, and the ability to execute the fundamentals of precision shooting under real world conditions. Topics will include angled firing, covert movement/stalking, firing under time compression, firing positions other than prone, supported/braced firing, low/artificial/failing light engagement, intermediate barrier penetration/bullet performance exercises and longer range (500-800 yards) shooting. Prior completion of our Precision Rifle course (or a comparable course from an approved instructor or organization) is required to attend. Class size is limited to 10 shooters.
16 hour course
This course provides a through exposure to scoped precision rifle use, beginning with fundamentals of safety, manipulation, rifle theory, marksmanship, zeroing, firing positions, and elevated shooting. Advanced topics include ballistics, range estimation, environmental effects, supports and rests, observation and target identification. Most shooting is at reasonable distances (100-300 yards). A scoped rifle or hunting rifle capable of extreme accuracy is required. class size is limited to 10 shooters.
16 hour course
Covers all aspects in selection and operational characteristics and introduces a variety of techniques necessary for the operation of the rifle under survival stress conditions. Also covered in this course are Sight Adjustment and Applications, Target Zoning and Trajectories at close and medium range distances, Carry & Deployment Positions and Stress Reloading. Integrated into this process are several tactical skills including Situational Awareness and Evasive Movement.