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***A full payment or 50% deposit is required to secure a spot in all of our classes. Classes fill up quickly.  When making a deposit, the remainder  balance is due before the class start date. Class registration is in the store.***

Course Cost $750

Long Range Precision I is the beginning to all your long range shooting skills.  During this course you will also be spotting for a partner, don't worry if you are solo because we will partner you with someone else.   The art of spotting is understanding mirage, bullet trace and how the environment affects the  trajectory to the target.  LRPR I is designed in a layered effect of learning and application.  Our method of instruction is to keep things simple and leave no student behind.  No matter your skill level we are here for your success.  Our applications and instruction is proven to be successful and we strive to stay humble with no ego but communicate with confidence.  We have had great feedback from this course and we continue to tweak it with the feedback we receive.  

**Please come to the Course with your rifles zeroed at 100 yards.


- Intro/Safety Briefing​

- Fundamentals of Long Range

  -  Proper body position

  -  Nomenclature of rifle set up

  -  Trigger control

  -  Breathing


- Proper gun fit
-  Zero Rifles

-  Spotters responsibilities

  -  Calling the wind

  -  Understanding mirage & bullet trace

  -  Learn to make corrections

  -  External Ballistics

-  Shooter/spotter communication
- Known Distance Range 100 - 1000 yards
- Practical shooting positions in the field      
 - Cold Bore Scenario 

-  Data Gathering
- Various locations, using all concepts taught

-  Qualification


Please come with rifles zeroed at 100 yards.


Precision Rifle(6cm-300prc)

 - 1 MOA accuracy or better recommended

 -  Rifle scope with a reticle with substentions  and tactical style turrets (min. 10x)

 -  Swivel bipod (Harris, Atlas, Warne etc)

140 rounds match grade ammo

Ground Pad

Rear bag

Notetaking material

Eye/Ear protection

Spotting scope and tripod (we have extra to borrow)

Weather appropriate clothing and shoes 

Backpack or range bag for gear

Plenty of water and snacks with lunch

Sunscreen, bug spray and comfort items

NO Steel Core Penetrators and NO FMJ

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