The topics are:
- Accuracy 1st shooting techniques: speed shooting / speed drop / wind dots
- Kestrel Expert
- Shooter-spotter dialogue (advanced)
- Ballistics: expert
- Atmospherics: effects on bullet trajectory
- Using holds: holding reticles (tremor or similar)
- Using the spotting scope
All classes are on the range (no class rooms). The lessons consist of about 10% theory followed by the direct implementation/shooting practice (90%) afterwards.
Experience, equipment and skills required:
A true shooting enthusiast that likes to expand his knowledge
Quality weapon system (preferably able to shoot <3/4 MOA accuracy at 100 meters)
Quality First Focal rifle scope (mills), highly recommend a Tremor-reticle or similar
Quality ammunition (preferably ½ MOA capable)
Several years or multiple EXLRS trips of long range shooting experience
Preferably EXLRS 1-mile patch members: those who have hit 1.600 meter, or similar experience.
After this course you will be able to:
Hit targets at any known or unknown distance (UKD) within the capabilities of your weapon system.
Use holds and aiming ‘off’-target
This course is given by instructors with many years of experience in the MIL/LE-sniping scene and/or in the civilian competition scene. Upon request information of the instructors can be provided.
Reservations and bookings:
Check out the Solid Solution Designs booking page to book this course. There are usually several courses per event. The courses are divided over the shooting season so this means that not every course might be offered for each individual event.