LEO Sniper Training Day
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About The Event
This training day will be split into 3 phases ensuring attending officers can get the most out of the day. Phase 1 will start at 8am where attendees will have a 30min zeroing period. Phase 2 will begin at 8:30am and be broken down into dual activities, A positional shooting class given by Tyler Hughes lasting approximately 1 hour followed by practical application utlizing the Urban Field Course, and shooters not participating in the positional shooting class will be utilizing the Urban and Rural Field courses until 12pm noon. The Urban and Rural Field courses consist of 20 total shooting locations where the shooter teamed up with a partner or group will have to engage a 12" and a 6" target with one shot each from a specified shooting location. Most targets are within 350 yards with the exception of two shooting locations requiring the shooter to engage beyond 600 yards. These courses of fire will take exactly 40 rounds to complete. All target distances are given. Following the completion of Phase 2, the range will go into a cease fire and shooters will transition to our long range shooting area to begin phase 3 training. This area will include our known distance range with 3 moa, 2 moa, and 1 moa targets out to 1 mile as well as our mover target being active for use, and our unknown distance range where officers will need to use a range finder, mil-relation formula, or satelite imagery to determine distance to the target. All target on the unknown distance range are inside 650 yards and measure 12" also allowing the use of the 12" hasty formula. All targets at 1000 yards and beyond have hit indicator lighting systems for hit confirmation. The Long Range shooting area will offer the attendees prone shooting areas as well as multiple props and obstacles that simulate real world objects to engage all targets from if desired. Phase 3 will conclude at 4:30pm and the range will go into a cease fire for the remainder of the day. If an attendee needs to leave prior to the conclusion, that will not be a problem as long as it is made known to the range staff ahead of time.
- LEO Sniper Training Day$100$1000$0