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Precision Rifle II

In the spirit of progression, the development course builds on the foundation course by adding the more technical aspect of long-range shooting. Utilizing military sniper and long-range competitive shooting techniques, students will learn equipment setup, shooting positions and how to properly record shooting data.


By the end of this course, you will know how to operate as a team to achieve precise hits beyond 1000 yards.


Opening with a foundation and fundamentals refresher, Precision Rifle II takes students to the next evolution of each aspect of long range shooting. This two day course will introduce team techniques, moving target engagements, and shooting from alternate positions among other more technical topics.

This development course is a deliberately designed progression of our foundation course. Students should possess sound fundamentals and ability to operate their weapons and optics while engaging targets from the prone. Comprehension of core skills is crucial before presenting blocks of instruction covering advanced ballistics, atmospherics, data collection and alternate firing positions.


After completing the classroom portion of the class, we will take to the range and put classroom concepts and theories into practical application. The lion’s share of Precision Rifle II is on the range instruction to ensure as many cadre observed repetitions as possible. Every range session is crafted to demonstrate and reinforce the concepts explained in the classroom. It is critical each student not only understand how to properly perform a task but also why it is proper.


  • Precision Rifle I Refresher

  • Advanced Atmospherics

  • Data Collection

    • Data Book

    • Range Card

  • Team Techniques

    • Communication

    • Movement

    • Position

  • Moving Target Engagements

  • Alternate Firing Positions

    • Tripod

    • Barricade

  • Advanced Ballistics

    • Ballistic Calculator


Day 1

Reinforces core skills and proceeds into a clear demonstration of how to build upon those skills. The primary objectives of Day 1 is to ensure an understanding of classroom subject matter before moving to the range evolution.


Day 2

Students begin applying classroom concepts on the range, starting with data collection and progressing to scenario based alternate firing positions. By the end of day 2 students will be able to effectively identify atmospherics, utilize ballistic shooting solutions and efficiently engage targets at distance using alternate firing positions.



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