This course will sharpen the fundamental marksmanship and tactical skills learned in the Precision Rifle I course. The program will introduce more advanced techniques with emphasis on learning the potential of the precision rifle for specialized shooting situations, whether the operation is in an urban or rural environment. The course subject matter will place great emphasis on reduced light operations, advanced marksmanship techniques, such as shooting with speed and accuracy at moderated distances; precision shooting intermediate and long range engagement; decision shooting scenarios and hostage target situations. During the course the students will be exposed to practical exercises that are not conducted upon the traditional known distance range. Throughout the program, practical exercises the students will experience are situations and challenges based on both real life occurrences and those that are hypothetical, yet very possible.
- Course Contents
• Legal and moral aspects of deadly force
• Bullet placement
• Precision marksmanship 100 to 500 yards
• Personal camouflage
• Weapon safety and handling
• Cold, clean bore shots
• Weapon retention drills
• Bullet penetration testing
• Range and wind estimation
• Moving target engagement
• Two man team introduction
• Low light and night firing
• Shooting unknown distances
• Practical scenarios
• Marksmanship fundamentals
• Position firing and stalking
- Program Duration
The duration of this program is four (4) days.
This course costs $985 with a $450 required deposit.
- Special Requirements
Gear Ammunition • Rifle, caliber .223 or larger, with scope
• Pencil, paper, and dope book.
• Spotting scope & binocular
• Rifle cleaning equipment
• Eye and ear protection
• Elbow and knee pads
• Shooting mat.
• 300 rounds of factory new ammunition
• No reloads.
• Match ammunition recommended.
This course is offered as open enrollment, but requires operators to have completed BMTC’s Precision Rifle, Level I Course.
Fill out the following application, and either email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to 12223 Highland Avenue, #106-253 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739.Download Application
If you have any questions about the program please feel free to call us at 909-899-1554.