​Precision Marksmanship 

   Phase One: Beginner - Class attendees should bring their own rifle, an optic, 100 rounds (match grade preferably), bi-pod, water, and a lunch.  The class will include fundamentals of firing, establishing a stable platform, zero'ing your optic or simply confirming the zero, gathering data for 100yds - 500yds.  Optional items would be a applied ballistic calculator or application with pre-loaded info on the optic, rifle, and round to establish baseline data for your weapon.


  Phase Two: Advanced - Class attendees should bring their own rifle, an optic, 100 rounds (match grade preferably), bi-pod, water, and a lunch.  The class will include fundamentals of firing, establishing a stable platform, zero'ing your optic or simply confirming the zero, gathering data for 100yds - 500yds from the beginner class and add the short wind formula for accounting for wind before a shot, mil relation formula to calculate distance, and gathering data from 500yds - 1200yds.  Optional items would be a applied ballistic calculator or application with pre-loaded info on the optic, rifle, and round to establish baseline data for your weapon.


  Phase Three: Stalking - Class attendees should bring their own rifle, an optic, 5-10 rounds of blank ammunition, 5-10 rounds of live match grade ammunition with data for the weapon and round from the previous classes, a ghillie, water, and a lunch.  Optional items would be a tri-pod with an adaptor that will hold a rifle.  A tri-pod is not a pre-requisite as we can make an improved field expedient tri-pod.  Attendees will learn to vegetate their ghillies, move through the woods, identify their intended target, engage (with blank ammo), confirm the target, get feedback on their firing position, mark their distance, move to the live fire range and be able to fire at that distance to confirm the shot would have been made successfully.  A "light" exercise session will be conducted prior to the engagement to induce stress from adrenaline once target is identified.