Long Range Precision Rifle Training

bullets-002abullets-002a-300x238-right

Long Range Precision Rifle Courses

HOME OF THE LARGEST MOVING TARGET in the Northeast

 NOW BOOKING  2017

lrp-z-16

2017 Long Range Courses

Whether you are a hunter, target shooter, or beginner rifle enthusiast, our Long Range Precision Rifle and S.A.W.S.  Training  Classes will teach you the skills necessary to confidently engage targets out to 1000+ Yards and beyond.

Classes held in Lewistown, Pennsylvania  1000+ yard range    A short drive from New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Connecticut

2017   Long Range Precision 1

beginner/intermediate – no prerequisite

April  21-22   ( Completed )

May   19-20    ( Completed )

June  23-24  ( Completed )

July 19-20  (Completed)

August 4-5  ( Closed )

Sept  8-9       ( Closed – Full )

Oct    27-28   ( Closed – Full )

We can put you on a Waiting list if a course is Full, in case we get a cancellation

2017    Long Range Precision 2

prerequisite – LRP 1

September 29-30 ( 4 spots open )

November 3-4 ( Closed – Full )

We will take names for waiting list in case of cancellations

Contact us or Call Jackson  631-902-0972 to register –  Deposit due when you register -cash, check, money order or PayPal.  Refund Policy: Cancellations made less than 30 Days Prior to Training :   Any and all deposits or payments are non-refundable, but Credit can be put towards future training. Cancellations made less than 10 business days prior to course, any and all payments will be forfeited.

 

Long Range Course Outlines

Long Range Precision  1 

( beginner intermediate combined course  no pre-requisite)

2 Days  Course – Price $600.00 per shooter: (deposit of $300 due when you register, balance due day of the course )

DAY 1 COURSE OUTLINE - Click here to view
DAY 2 COURSE OUTLINE - Click here to view

LONG RANGE PRECISION  2

2 Day Course – Price  $600.00 per shooter: (deposit of $300 due when you register, balance due day of the course  )

COURSE REQUIREMENTS - Click here to view
COURSE OUTLINE - Click here to view
LODGING DETAILS

2 Days Lodging at the clubhouse included, just bring a cot, air mattress, sleeping mat or sleeping bag. For those who do not wish to stay at the clubhouse, there several hotels in the area, we usually stay at the Super 8 which is 3 miles down the road. Class fill up quickly. We will be starting at 8AM  – we recommend coming up the night before and crashing at the clubhouse.

 

Equipment Requirements:

We must confirm your equipment before signing up

We will be making initial drop charts for all students, so we need to know what you are bringing to shoot

Weapons System Requirements you MUST have the following

 

  • Quality Rifle capable of shooting a 1 inch group at 100 yards
  • Acceptable calibers –  .243, . 6mm, 260, 270, 6.5, 7mm, .308, .300 win mag., 30-06 or similar
  • No   .338 or larger calibers, and no .223, 300 blackout or similar AR15 calibers
  • Bolt Action or Semi-Auto AR10 type platforms allowed  (20″ barrel or larger recommended )
  • Scope or Rifle Level **** Mandatory
  • Quality Bipod, preferably one that allows you to cant or “tilt” the rifle from right to left, the range is on an upslope so you will need a bipod with legs that extend longer than 9″ or you will need to prop it up on something (12″ is good)
  •  Please have your Rifles zeroed at 100 yards
  • Rear shooting bag or multiple ( different size bags may be better for certain obstacles)
  • Quality Scope with matching reticle and external adjustable turrets preferred – Minimum of 10x
  • Minimum  of  180  rounds of factory MATCH ammunition  (higher the Ballistic Coefficient the better)

ABSOLUTELY NO ARMOR PIERCING, STEEL CORE, SOLID PROJECTILE, ETC. 

Safety Equipment: MUST have

 

  • Eye Protection – wrap around preferred
  • Ear protection – a good set of plugs is recommended  ( keep in mind getting a good cheek weld on the rifle is difficult with bulky muffs)
  • Shooting Mat or ground cover ( more comfortable the better –  LRP 1 – all shooting will be done from the prone position
  • Empty Chamber indicators  ( available for purchase at the school )

 

Peripherals: Optional

 

  • Scientific calculator or smart phone capable of same  ( recommended )
  • Note taking supplies, pen and paper for DOPE data and info. taking  ( data books available for purchase check availability prior )
  • Proper Clothing ( check forecast )
  • Sling
  • Proper footwear  – no man sandals or flops !!
  • We Recommend you bring anything else you need to be comfortable:
  • Hat or headwear for the sun
  • Bug Spray – Tick Spray – Spring and Summer can get buggy
  • Sunscreen
  • Food, snacks and water (we will break for lunch)
  • Kestrel, binoculars, spotting Scope, wind meter, or any other peripheral equipment you would like to bring.
  • Lawn chair for evening hours