Students: 8 Min-10 Max
Restrictions:  Law Enforcement, Military or Government Agencies 

Level 1 (3 days) $750

This course has been designed for law enforcement officers who hold the position of a sniper / observer, tasked to provide precision marksmanship for their department or agency.

The core objectives of this course are based solely on sniper marksmanship.  Students will be given every tool to excel and successfully graduate this course.

Course Content:

  • Weapons & equipment
  • Ballistics (internal, external, terminal, crosswind jump, BC, coriollis, etc.)
  • Weapon maintenance
  • Sniper marksmanship
  • Rigging the gun
  • Scope mounting
  • Chronograph
  • Trueing the gun
  • Establishing a range card for your gun
  • Position shooting (non standard)
  • Snaps & movers 50 – 300 meters / yards
  • Deliberates 300 – 600 meters / yards
  • Unknown distance 200 – 800 meters / yards
  • Sniper spotter dialog
  • Range & wind estimation (wind formulas, reading marriage)
  • Calling trace
  • Stress events

Equipment requirements:

  • Ear & eye pro
  • Rear bag (highly recommended)
  • Sling (2 point adjustable sling, highly recommended)
  • Shooting mat (not mandatory)
  • Scoped rifle (Gridded reticle or mil dot scope is highly recommended)
  • Log book
  • Ballistic program (can be on smart phone – Applied Ballistics program is highly recommended)
  • Kestrel weather station with Applied Ballistic (recommended)
  • Calculator
  • Cleaning equipment (Patches, one-piece rod, bore guide, M pro 7 cleaning solution or equivalent)
  • Binoculars
  • Spotting scope with extendable tripod (highly recommended)
  • 300 Rounds
  • Range finder (highly recommended)
  • Range training uniform

Level 2 (3 days) $750

This course is designed to take the Law Enforcement student who has attended our basic Sniper course to the next level of capability. This four day course will cover more advanced formulas for long range marksmanship with time tested and combat proven tactics for modern Sniper operations.

Course Content:
  • Long range marksmanship (maintenance of what was covered in the Level I course)
  • Loophole formulas for engaging targets through loopholes
  • Density altitude formulas for calculating elevation holds when environment has changed
  • Camouflage and concealment
  • Hide site construction for rural operations
  • Hide site construction in urban operations
  • Vehicle hide sites
  • Judging distance
  • Stalking exercises (graded)
  • Reporting formats (urban and rural)
  • Building climbing
  • Non-standard positions
  • Numerous stress events
Equipment Requirements:
  • Scoped rifle (Mil or gridded mil reticle)
  • 300 rounds
  • Sling (two point adjustable)
  • Spotting scope with tripod
  • Range finder
  • Cleaning equipment
  • Kestrel with Applied Ballistics (highly recommended)
  • Camouflage / Gilly suit
  • Rubber bands
  • Shooting sticks (bogpod)
  • Log book
  • Netting for hide site construction
  • 550 cord
  • Small bungee cords for hide site
  • Back pack
  • Seasonal clothing