Course Instructor: Travis Woodbury
Travis Woodbury has 15 years of military and law-enforcement sniper experience.
Learn the basic fundamental marksmanship skills needed to shoot long range precision. Understand how to assess all the key components of a precision shooting system—- from bullet design, barrel performance, powder performance, velocity consistency, rifle alignment systems, scope adjustments, wind adjustments, etc.
Training includes topics such as Angular Units of Measure (AUM) that is critical to accurately adjusting your sights for precise impacts on targets. How to properly use scopes with graduated turrets and reticle designs best suited to shoot effectively. Learn a simple test to measure your scopes turret adjustment accuracy and how to calibrate for any adjustment errors. Learn a basic foundation of how to predict and account for wind drift on the bullet. An overview of Ballistic Calculators that are available and the information they need to accurately predict the bullets trajectory. Students will typically shoot target past 600 yds, assuming your rifle is capable.
Ammunition needed: 100 rounds minimum.
- Fundamentals of Marksmanship
- Angular Unit of Measure
- Wind Theory
- Ballistics Programs
- Lunch/Weapon Setup
- Optical Calibration
- Ballistic Program Setup
- Ballistic Truing
- Range Card Confirmation
- Dates, times and class location are set on an individual basis at negotiable rates. Fill out form below.
- Non refundable and non-movable after payment and dates are set
- Classes are private to you and your group.
- To get maximum benefit from the course, participants should bring a rifle, ammunition and scope that are capable of reasonably accurate performance at distance.
- Ammunition and Rifles are available for rent upon pre-scheduled request. Quantities limited.
- Classes are a full day commitment
- Food & snacks available upon pre-scheduled request