Long Range Precision Shooting (LRP) - out to 1000 Yards
Details: Due to extensive information related to LRP....This is a four day course! Every other Saturday, total 4 days! We will cover a lot of information related to LRP from basic to execution a shot, your dedication and patience will help the entire process. NRA Offer this course at $1000 (3 days)
Please read all information before you sign up for this course. (Minimum 6 attendees to starts the course, limited to 12 seats only, students will work in pairs - shooter/spotter vice versa)
Session 1 (1/30/2010) : Ballistics / Trajectory / Scope Reticle / Environmental Factor (Wind, Barrel twist, Spin drift, Coriolis, Bullet coefficient.....)
Session 2 (2/13/2021) : Equipment selection / LRP Gear (Wind meter, laser range finder, Ballistic Calculator, etc.) and parts / Mildot Master / Data Book /Marksmanship/ Reloading for LRP
Session 3 (2/27/2021) : Proper zeroing technique and procedure (club house and 100 Yards) / LRP team work / communication.
Session 4 (3/13/2021 weather depends) : Visit 1000 Yards Range in Lewiston, PA (One day shooting activity from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Shooting both known distance target and unknown distance targets, qualification is optional )
All the mathematics, formulas, and technical issues are broken down and explained in a practical, easy to understand fashion. The course consists of both classroom work, and range time.
Below is the equipment’s you need for the course…………
Equipment requirements and limitations
1. Rifle is of modern manufacture, and is designed for long range target shooting or tactical shooting. An off-the-shelf lightweight hunting rifle is not suitable for this course.
2. Non-magnum short or long action caliber. Highly recommend 6.5 Creedmoor or similar. (If use magnum calibers, or 3000fps velocity bullet/ammo, Please contact me first)
3. You must use a good quality scope. (Vortex, Nightforce, Leupold, US Optics, Schmidt & Bender, Steiner, Zeiss, Nikon, IOR, etc.). If your scope is not listed here it is highly likely that it will either fail internally during the course, will have a reticle that is far from accurate, and will likely not be able to provide repeatable adjustments.
4. Factory match ammo only. Bullet velocity is appropriate for long range target shooting. If you load you own ammo, please contact me first.
5. Equipment failure: Students accept that any failure or limitation revealed during the course regarding equipment (ammunition, rifle, gear, and especially discount grade optics) is their issue alone to remedy.
6. All the shooting is done from one place, so there is no physical fitness or mobility element to this course. As long as you can shoot prone, you are good to go. (Prone position is out default shooting form, Please contact me if you have issue with shooting prone position)
7. If you do not have the rifle yet, you can attend the first session.....then decide what to get later, or I can help you to "rent" a rifle that suits this purpose. we have enough time before we head out to 1000 yards range.
8. Recommend minimum 120 rounds of ammo on session 4 of this course