Achieving 1st round impacts through quality firing solutions.
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Members : $160.00
Non Member :$200.00
*Save 5% with the Ammo class combo.
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Class time 0800-1700 hrs.
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12 Shooters Maximum

This course is a combination of scientific data collection in a controlled laboratory type setting and data analysis while using technology to calculate accurate firing solutions to increase 1st round hit probability. If you want to learn how to SAVE TIME AND MONEY gathering DOPE, you should get in on this Data Day.  The focus will be on the technical capabilities of your rifle, optics, and ammunition.

Throughout this day participants will measure cold bore deviation, perform group test, measure muzzle velocity & explain in detail MV standard deviation, long range wind zero, collaborate 1st and 2nd focal plane reticles, collect and analyze comprehensive weather data, collect comprehensive weather data, and detailed instruction on use of ballistic software firing solutions as well as measure trigger pull, rifle weight, scope tracking, mil/moa reticle calibration verification. You can use our torque wrenches and scope level bubbles too.

  • All live fire will be conducted in the prone supported (bipod or field pack) position.
  • Training indoor and outdoor
  • Lunch will be provided.
  • After training is over, feel free to pound steel at your leisure.

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  • Scoped rifle of choice to test - Rifle, match ammunition, and your skills should be able to deliver 1MOA or better at 100 yards (approximately a 1" group at 100 yards) to get the most out of this class.
  • Approximately 60+ match grade ammo to test - normal blunt tip "hunting" ammo will not delver accuarcy performance needed for this day.
    - Less if you prefer not to conduct all the offered
    - If time permits, participants may test additional rifles/ammo loads
  • Rear support (bean bag / sand sock / lead sled)
    - If you don't have a bag then bring 2 old boot socks and we'll help you make one.
  • Front support: quality bipods or a solidly filled field pack. 
  • Note taking gear (pencil, note book, etc) Data Book if you have one.
  • Clothing suitable for indoor/outdoor activities
  • Snacks and beverages
  • Camp chair for down time
  • Sun screen and bug juice

There are numerous commercially available ballistic computers, we have had significant success with Ballistic AE and Applied Ballistics, which our staff will use during this class. 

12 SHOOTERS MAXIMUM - to ensure a quality experience for attendees.