12/06/2024 – 12/08/2024
LEO/MIL PRECISION RIFLE TRAINING 1 (3 DAY COURSE)



$1,000.00

15 Seats Available


COURSE DESCRIPTION

Location:
Orlando, FL

LEO/MIL Students Only- Verification Required

Specific course address will be provided via email upon completion of sign-up.

Hosted by: Orange County Sherrif

The LEO Precision Rifle Training 1 Course is a 3 day introductory intermediate level training course designed for the student who has no and very little formalized training or a more experienced shooter looking to continue to hone their skills and abilities. We will give you a solid foundation with which to continue improving your skills with advanced training or self guided practice.

15 Seats Available


The LEO Precision Rifle Training 1 Course is a 3 day introductory intermediate level training course designed for the student who has no and very little formalized training or a more experienced shooter looking to continue to hone their skills and abilities. We will give you a solid foundation with which to continue improving your skills with advanced training or self guided practice.

PRE-REQUISITES:

This course is begin held at a range facility that is LEO/ MIL only. Please email credentials to info@bruiserindustries.com for verification. Any enrollment without verification will be refunded 50 percent of total course cost and disenrolled. 

Since this is an entry-level to intermediate course, the only required skills are safe weapons handling skills and the desire to learn and improve.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

  • Precision Rifle nomenclature and set-up.
  • Proper Rifle maintenance and care.
  • How optics function both externally and internally.
  • Internal, external, and terminal ballistics.
  • Zeroing procedures and the effects of the environment of your zero.
  • Basic shooting positions and the importance of natural and artificial support.
  • Tripod Deployment and Use
  • Non-standard barricades and use of secondary support equipment.

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT (MINIMUM):

  • A quality precision rifle (bolt or semi automatic) of at least 5.56/ .223 caliber equipped with a sling and a bipod. (.338 is largest allowable- please verify with us first since there is considerations for steel)
  • A properly mounted magnified optic. (scope level highly recommended)
  • Shooting mat and rear support bag.
  • Note taking material.
  • Rifle cleaning equipment.
  • Medium sized backpack filled with a sufficient amount of clothing etc. to serve as a shooting rest/support.
  • 450-500 rounds of quality Match ammunition.
  • Water, food, clothing, and sunscreen etc. as needed to maintain comfort.

RECOMMENDED GEAR:

  • Spotting scope or binoculars
  • Shooting tripod
  • Wind meter
  • Laser range finder
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