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Basic Precision Rifle Course, Sept 22-23, Pelham TN

Discussion in 'Mindset, Tactical Training and Gear' started by cmshoot, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. cmshoot

    cmshoot Marksman

    Jul 12, 2016
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    The range in TN owed me a favor and said that I wouldn't have to pay for range usage the weekend of September 22-23. I'll pass that savings on to y'all.

    The 2-day Basic Precision Rifle Course, where we shoot out to 1,000yds, is normally $600, but for this particular weekend I will only charge $450. If you've taken that course from me before and would like to take it again, I'll only charge you $400.

    Not sure if it's something you want to get into or not? I'll loan you all the gear you'll need (rifle, optic, etc.), you just supply or pay for the ammo.

    Basic Precision Rifle Course

    September 22-23, 2018

    Class will be held at the Elk River Training Center on their 1,000 yard range

    4626 SR 50
    Pelham TN 37366

    Both days will start at 0800hrs Central Standard Time and run until approximately 1700hrs CST. There will be a 1 hour lunch break each day.

    Cost for the course is $450.

    DAY 1
    Topics covered will include (but aren't limited to):
    Selection, care and maintenance of the entire system (rifle, scope, rings, mounts, ammunition, bipod, cases, etc.). This includes a comprehensive disassembly and other Armorer's tips.
    Marksmanship basics
    Use of optics (including adjustments and all other functions)
    Use of data book
    We’ll shoot to approximately 500 yards on Day 1.

    DAY 2
    Use of a mil- and MOA-based reticles for ranging unknown distance targets.
    Use of hold-offs as compared to dialing dope.
    We will pick up where we left off on Day 1, and continue out to 1,000 yards. I will be working with each shooter to fine tune their skills and fix any issues they have.

    We will shoot in 2 relays, so one relay can learn the proper techniques that a Spotter needs to assist the Shooter. All students will shoot to 1,000 yards.

    Gear list will include:
    Rifle capable of 1MOA. Bolt actions and semi-automatics are both welcome
    Quality optics. The following features are mandatory on the optic:
    -Finger adjustable turrets with audible/tactile “clicks”, MOA or mil are fine
    -Ranging reticle, mil or MOA based are both acceptable
    Ammunition, 200 rounds. Ammunition must be "match grade" from a reputable manufacturer, or known handloads of equal or better accuracy
    Data book w/ calculator (any calculator that multiplies and divides will work. I highly recommend the Storm Tactical modular rite in the rain databooks)
    Rifle-mounted bipod, or front rest
    Rear bag(s) (optional)
    Shooting mat (optional)
    Minimum 5 “dummy” rounds
    Spotting scope (optional)
    Eye and ear protection
    Clothes and footwear appropriate to the weather. If it rains, we train, as long as there is no thunder/lightning.
    If you are military/LE, it is preferred that you use your duty gear, body armor and other ancillary equipment that you will use on duty. Train like you fight!

    1. If you plan on using a rifle other than a bolt action tactical or varmint model from Remington, Savage, Winchester, FN, Sako, Tikkea, or a custom-built rifle
    a scope made by other than Nightforce, Leupold, US Optics, IOR, Schmidt & Bender, Premier Reticles, Vortex Viper PST, Bushnell Elite series or Sightron SIII please contact me so that we can discuss your system and make sure that it will meet the requirements of the course.

    2. Your system must be fully assembled and sighted in with a recent 100 yard zero prior to the class. The zero must be done with the ammunition that you will be using in the class. I offer my services for free to any of my students who need assistance with any rifle or optics work, or zeroing, that they may need.

    3. Ammunition must be “match grade” from a known manufacturer, or handloads that you have shot out of the rifle you are bringing to the class and are sure of their accuracy.

    4. A bipod or ruck to shoot off, as well as a rear bag. For a bipod, I highly recommend the Harris BRM-S (6”-9”, notched leg, swiveling).

    5. If you don't have some sort of adjustable cheekpiece, or cheekpad, I recommend one. The comb of your stock needs to be high enough that your cheek bone rests on it naturally when you have a perfect sight picture, not your jawbone or the middle of your cheek. Ask several of my former students and they'll tell you this makes a HUGE difference.

    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about any of your gear. I would rather sort the problems out ahead of time than have you show up at the class with gear that won't work, or that is set up wrong.

    I will reiterate, I offer my services for free to students when it comes to mounting up scopes/bases/rings (including lapping the rings), weighting and texturing stocks, and any other tweaking that your system may need. I will also assist in getting your rifle zeroed prior to the class.

    If you are a LEO, contact me about POST credit.

    Other than confirming 100yd zeroes, all targets will be reactive steel.

    Please visit Precision Applications, LLC for more information about the training and Instructors.

    Semper Fi!
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