r. 2 Day Scoped Rifle East Palatka, FL Sep 5-6, 2017

$ 575.00

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Full payment ($575) is due at registration. Cancellations more than 60 days before class date are refunded 50%. Cancellations within 60 days are non-refundable or can be applied toward another class in the calendar year if available.

This course specializes in teaching students the correct use of a scoped rifle or carbine for hunting or long range shooting situations. Students will gain knowledge on zeros and holds from 7 out to 400-600 yards. This course is primarily suited for a magazine fed scoped rifle however, bolt action guns can be used with the understanding of its different characteristics.

10 students maximum

WE DO NOT KEEP STANDBY LISTS. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT AND ASK TO BE PLACED ON STANDBY FOR A SOLD OUT CLASS- Any sold out course that has cancellations or availability will be announced via social media (links at bottom of page). First to contact us will get the slot. This provides more people an opportunity to get in a class and prevents one entity from being on standby for multiple classes.

Topics Covered:

  • Mindset
  • medical 
  • Rifle Setup
  • Scopes and Reticles
  • Binocular use and observation
  • Camouflage and concealment
  • Range estimation
  • Zeros and holds out to 400-600 yds
  • Wind calls
  • unconventional shooting positions
  • Low percentage shots
  • Concealed position shots

Range: 

Ascot Shooting Club

447 E. Cracker Swamp Road, East Palatka, FL 32131

Gear:

  • Med kit
  • Med kit trainer (optional)
  • quality fixed blade with kydex sheath
  • Quality Binoculars
  • Quality variable power scope (ACOGs are not recommended)
  • Quality rifle (we recommend a lightweight rifle in 5.56mm or 7.62mm)
  • 400-600 rounds of quality match grade ammo (reloads are not recommended)
  • Sling that you can climb and run with (two point adjustable recommended)
  • Duck tape or multiple barrel caps to keep barrel from getting plugged
  • Paper and pencil (waterproof recommended)
  • Water Bottle
  • Small lightweight snacks for a 4-5 hour period (Gus, Cliffbars, etc.)
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat with visor
  • Footwear you can move in all day (we recommend a trail runner or light hiker)
  • Soft ear pro if your electronic ear pro prevents a solid cheekweld
  • Lightweight gloves you can shoot with
  • Small lightweight backpack to carry all supplies except rifle (no large range bags or wheeled carts, we will be moving often and quickly)