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Racine County Line Rifle Club

Precision Rifle 102 (2-day)

Precision rifle 102 goes beyond the foundation of skills and knowledge of safety of an entry level precision rifle shooter.​ Emphasis is placed on the fundamentals of marksmanship will adding problems that require hasty and deliberate firing. Shooting known and unknown distances out to 1000 meters.

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Precision Rifle 102 (2-day)
Precision Rifle 102 (2-day)

Time & Location

Aug 27, 2022, 8:30 AM CDT – Aug 28, 2022, 4:30 PM CDT

Racine County Line Rifle Club, 8922 Rifle Range Rd, Racine, WI 53402, USA

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About the Event

PLEASE READ EVERYTHING BELOW

Students will set up their equipment and learn the capabilities and limitations of each type of rifle system. Students will leave the course with a firm grasp of these concepts enabling them to focus on position and the environmental influences that affect a shooter's ability to place a round where they intend.

This course is a two-day course designed for the intermediate marksman, this course is NOT an introductory course for those who have had little or no formal training. We promote a friendly and professional coaching environment that puts new shooters at ease. Range University specializes in making students comfortable while providing you the best learning environment possible. A fast-paced course, it will begin with firearms safety and rapidly transition into equipment comprehension, fundamentals of marksmanship, basic ballistics, wind reading, range estimation, mover targets and target engagements from 500-1000+ yards. Students that complete the course will have a proficiency in firearm safety, marksmanship fundamentals, a combined knowledge of their capabilities with their equipment, and systematic training methods for future progression.

 Key Topics Covered

  • Safety
  • Firing Postions (Hasty & Deliberate)
  • Building your position, fundamentals of marksmanship, trigger control, recoil management
  • Spotting and wind reading
  • Employing common reticules for range estimation
  • Familiarization ONLY of MOA and milliradian adjustments
  • Familiarization ONLY to internal and external ballistics
  • Data gathering out to 1000+ yards

Packing List:

Round Count Breakdown: 220

Zero test and initial diagnostic (10 rounds)

Fundamentals of marksmanship (20 rounds)

Scope adjustment exercise (10 rounds)

Ballistic diagnostics. (20)

Range estimation exercise (20 rounds)

Wind (10 shots)

Positional diagnostic (20 rounds)

Field exercises (70)

Additional (40)

Total (minimums): 220

PACKING LIST:

Precision Rifle (Bolt Action or semi-automatic) with minimum 10x scope zeroed at 100y

Two 10 round magazines

220 rounds of match grade ammunition

Bipod

Rear bag

Rifle sling

Eye Protection

Hearing Protection - Electronic recommended

Shooting mat or pad

Clothes for hot and cold weather

Sunglasses

Minimum 32oz water

Snacks

Hat

Sunscreen

Databook or Notebook and pencils

Ballistic calculator (on phone or handheld)

Camp Chair or Lawn Chair

Not Required Gear, But Recommended:

Kestrel

Wrist coach

Spotting scope

Laser range finder

REQUIREMENTS:

  • 18 yrs of age or older.
  • NO REFUNDS. In order to provide our classes, we must commit resources, assign instructors, arrange classroom/range availability, and incur other costs associated with the class. These commitments are not reduced when fewer students attend. Additionally, we many times do not have space for everyone that may want to participate in a scheduled session and therefore must turn away students who wish to sign up.  AN EVENT TRANSFER CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN FOR A SIMILARLY PRICED COURSE.

Tickets

  • Precision Rifle - 201

    This ticket admits one to the Precision rifle 201 course.

    $750.00
    +$18.75 service fee

Total

$0.00

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