Hunter Prep Class
This class is offered as a tutorial. Cost listed is one day per person. You set the date and tell us what you want to accomplish. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for multiple client discount.
In the Hunter Prep class you will fit and test all the gear you are going to carry into the field from your day pack and sunscreen to your rifle and ammunition supply carrier. Critical to the success of every hunt is making that One Shot.
But how often do we have the chance to practice our skills under actual field conditions? Gunsite’s “Hunter Prep” is a unique course specifically designed to strengthen rifle skills for hunting applications. Making maximum use of Gunsite’s 2000 acres, “Hunter Prep” is the perfect venue to get ready for that upcoming hunt, to test and tune equipment, and to enjoy simulated hunt environments.
The excitement builds continuously as the hunt date approaches. To manage this anticipation often referred to as “Buck Fever”, we offer you that all important and critical Gunsite Experience. Clients should possess basic rifle skills (have you completed the 270 Rifle Gunsite Experience?) and will be challenged in both range and outdoor simulators throughout the three day course. Shooting exercises include safety, working from sling and field carry conditions, finding shooting positions that work best for you and your rifle, range estimation, operation in low-light conditions, and building speed and marksmanship under stress (buck or buffalo fever!). Other topics include practical ballistics, the Hunter’s Mindset, and movement in the field.
Equipment: A rifle capable of ranges to 300 yards (sights or optics) is needed. Magnum calibers are acceptable, but calibers in the .243 to .30-06 range are ideal. At least one ammunition management device (attached to belt, rifle stock, etc.) will be necessary. Bring eye and ear protection, all ancillary gear expected to be carried on your hunting trip, including day pack, water carriers (canteen, hydration pack), range finder, binoculars, etc. Other recommended items include sunblock, insect repellant, hat, lightweight jacket or sweater, and rain gear.
Proficiency at arms is a perishable skill. Several things separate Gunsite from the rest of the industry 1) world class instruction, 2) world class facilities, and 3) the ability to maintain proficiency with what you learned in class from the world...
This class is not scheduled again this year or
has been completely sold out.
Be sure to get your copy of the class schedule for next year and your application in early.