The Precision Rifle Fundamentals course is designed to be the starting point for a precision rifle shooter. This 1 day course will guide you through proper equipment selection and set up, fitting the rifle to the shooter, care and maintenance and zeroing procedures. Building the foundation for our other precision rifle courses this class will allow students to better understand their rifles and optics as well as shoot to 200 yards and begin solid data collection. Techniques in this course will benefit tactical shooters, hunters and competition shooters.
Rifle with bipod and adjustable non-elastic sling or leather or nylon
Powder and copper solvents
Light gun oil with silicone
Jags and bore brushes (caliber appropriate)
Cleaning brush / stiff bristle brush
Chamber brush or .45 cal pistol brush
Cleaning patches (100 min)
Hand towel / cloth
12" ruler or measuring tape
Sand sock or rear bag
Kestrel or other wind meter (recommended)
Shooting matt, knee/elbow pads (recommended
Lens cleaning kit
Tool kit with screwdriver tips, allen or torx bits for scope rings and base screws
Round count:60-80 rounds of the same match or premium grade factory ammunition (hand loads must be pre-approved and load data supplied). When purchasing match grade ammunition we recommend that you purchase a case (generally 200 rounds) of the same lot number for consistency.
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