Precision Rifle 7
This seven day class covers all the techniques, tactics and procedures used by the sniper to get first round hits on man size targets out to 1000 yards. Zeroing, data recording, ballistics and wind reading, observation and reporting methods, spotter/sniper communications, camouflage and movement techniques, moving targets and more are covered in detail.
Students will work in sniper/observer pairs and engage more than 40 unknown distance targets from 12 different firing locations, allowing you to become truly competent in the art of ‘one shot, one hit’.
Due to the amount of information in this course it runs from Sunday through Saturday, which allows travel days on each end.
No bi-metal ammo or tracer ammo can be used on steel. To check your ammo, place a magnet against the bullet and if it sticks, the jacket or the core has steel in it and will damage steel targets.
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