Basic Precision Rifle course

The Basic Precision Rifle course is designed as an introduction to long range shooting. It draws on the fundamentals of rifle marksmanship as the foundation to consistently shoot the weapon system (rifle and optics) to its full capability – generally, One Minute of Angle (MOA) out to the maximum effective range of the rifle.

This full-day course begins with classroom time where students learn about equipment and ammunition selection, the fundamentals of marksmanship, become familiar with basic ballistics, and wind reading. After a short lunch break, participants move to the live-fire portion to apply classroom knowledge to hone their marksmanship fundamentals. Students that complete the course will be more confident in their marksmanship fundamentals, have a combined knowledge of their personal capabilities along with their equipment and systematic training methods for future progression.

  • Eye and ear protection
  • A scoped and bore-sighted centerfire rifle ( We strongly encourage an optic with adjustable turrets)
  • Bipod
  • 100 rounds of quality ammunition
  • Packed lunch, snacks and water bottle
  • Shooting mat recommended, but not required

Students must be at least 18 years old, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. The student or parent/legal guardian signing the waiver must have a valid government issued I.D.