This introductory course lays the foundation for long-range practical shooting and is intended for students with little to no experience in the discipline. The curriculum includes, but is not limited to:
PR-1 is designed for new students with foundational firearms knowledge and proficiency. To get the most value from the class and not impede the instruction, all students should be familiar with the rifle brought for the course and have a solid background in firearms safety. Equipment requirements can be found here. Ammo usage will be about 100 rounds per day.
This intermediate course builds upon the existing long-range shooting foundations to cover more advanced techniques and positional shooting. Instruction involves more in-context shooting opportunities and covers the following curriculum:
PR-2 assumes completion of PR-1 or equivalent long-range instruction. Only one day will be dedicated to verification of zero and data with the remainder of the shooting focused on application of new skills on the canyon rims. To get the most value from the class and not impede the instruction, all students should be very familiar with the rifle brought for the course and have a solid background in firearms safety. Equipment requirements can be found here. Ammo usage will be about 125 rounds per day.
This advanced course applies the experienced student's considerable knowledge and understanding of long-range shooting towards practical usage in popular long-range competition formats. Nearly all the instruction is done in the field, covering the following curriculum:
PR-3 assumes completion of PR-1 and PR-2 or equivalent long-range instruction. Only half a day will be spent on the flat range with an hour to confirm zero and data. The remainder of the shooting will be focused on application of new skills on the canyon rims. Student must have all necessary equipment, a zeroed rifle, a workable data card for this system and previous experience in natural terrain shooting, including target acquisition and engagement.
Equipment requirements can be found here.
100% tuition payment is required to reserve a spot in any course offered at the Blue Steel Ranch. Please contact JP Enterprises, Inc. to handle credit card payment. Once payment has been received, you will receive an information pack about that course.
Call: 512-968-2154 (further information), 651-426-9196 (registration)