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Rifle Training Programs

We build riflemen the old fashioned way

Are you tired of attending Tac-T-Cool rifle & carbine courses where you dump inordinate amounts of rounds into a piece of paper at stone throwing distances?Have you ever wanted to attend a real rifleman's course and actually employ the principals of rifle marksmanship at distance?

RIFLEMAN'S COURSE

Have you ever wanted to attend a real rifleman's course and actually employ the principals of rifle marksmanship at distance? If you’re one of the many great Americans out there who have the will and desire to become the best at everything you do then this course is for you. During the SRT Rifleman's Course you will acquire the rifle marksmanship principals that will allow you to accurately and effectively engage multiple targets from 5-500 yards and beyond. You will find yourself being constantly pushed by our staff to make every shot count, and make every shot a learning experience! Remember, there is no such thing as “advanced” shooters... just shooters who can apply the basic marksmanship principals quickly and effectively. That being said if you never really master the marksmanship principals in the first place how can you expect to effectively employ them under stress when lives are on the line?

Rifleman's Course Gear list: Carbine capable of 1.5-2 MOA accuracy | 4 magazines | 600rds of Match Grade Ammo | Data Book | Eye Protection | Hearing Protection | Handheld Flashlight | Sling | Cleaning Equipment | Sunblock | Means of Hydration | Ball Cap | Appropriate Clothing For The Weather | Spotting Scope | Shooting Mat | Bipod or Small Rest | Backpack to Carry All Daily Gear In | Scope Cover or Caps | Tripod or Shooting Sticks (Nice to have) | Snacks as Required | 1st Aid Kit | PDA or Smartphone with Ballistic Software | Multitool (Leatherman, Swiss Army Knife) | Carbine magazine pouches (to hold 3 mags) | Dump pouch


PRECISION RIFLE COURSE

This is an intense two-day course that focuses on the skills required to become proficient at engaging distant targets under field conditions. Basic rifle marksmanship fundamentals are the core of the course. Very little time will be spent in the prone position. You will be on your feet 10+ hours a day. Be prepared both physically and mentally. We could write more about this course, however if a flashy photo and a well written paragraph are what sells you and not our past history, well we would rather you not show up. That said here's the gear list:

Precision Rifle Course Gear list: Scoped rifle (bolt or semi) capable of 1 MOA accuracy | 400rds of Match Grade Ammo | Data Book | Eye Protection | Tripod | Hearing Protection | Handheld Flashlight | Sling | Cleaning Equipment | Sunblock | Means of Hydration | Ball Cap | Appropriate Clothing For The Weather | Multitool | Spotting Scope | Shooting Mat | Bipod or Small Rest | Backpack to Carry All Daily Gear In | Scope Cover or Caps | Snacks as Required | 1st Aid Kit | PDA or Smartphone with Ballistic Software.


LONG RANGE HEAVY RIFLE COURSE

This course is an intensive three-day course that focuses on the skills required to refine engagement techniques at extremely long ranges (1000-2000+ meters) under field conditions. Students will be exposed to the most up to date techniques and procedures employed by our nation’s finest warriors. This course is not for the weak-minded or physically unfit! You will be on your feet 12+ hours a day. Be prepared both physically and mentally.

Experienced, expert instruction is presented on the following subjects: Ballistics (taught by a NASA Ph.D.) | Recoil Mitigation Techniques | Best Zeroing Procedures | Proper Scope Set Up | Field Expedient Zeroing | Group Analysis | Data Collection | Field Firing Positions | Rifle Care & Cleaning | Environmental Effects | Equipment Selection and lots more!

Long Range Heavy Rifle Gear List: (.338 LM or larger) capable of 1 MOA accuracy | 200rds of Match Grade Ammo | Data Book | Eye Protection | Hearing Protection | Handheld Flashlight | Sling | Cleaning Equipment | Sunblock | Means of Hydration | Ball Cap | Appropriate Clothing For The Weather | Multitool | Spotting Scope | Shooting Mat | Bipod or Small Rest | Backpack to Carry All Daily Gear In | Scope Cover or Caps | Tripod or Shooting Sticks (Nice to have) | Snacks as Required | 1st Aid Kit | PDA or Smartphone with Ballistic Software.

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