Fri, Nov 17|
3738 Posey Hollow Rd
Scoped Rifle Operator Course [SROC]
Bridging the gap between precision rifles and standard carbines Cost: $400 Contact us about our First Responder/Military pricing Camping on site included
Time & Location
Nov 17, 8:00 AM – Nov 18, 5:00 PM
3738 Posey Hollow Rd, 3738 Posey Hollow Rd, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411, USA
About the event
Scoped Rifle Operator Course [SROC] - I bridges the gap between precision rifles and standard carbines. This 2 day course is designed and built around rifles equipped with low power variable optics. We will begin the day with individually setting up each shooter’s weapon system to ensure that the eye relief is correct and that the scope is leveled and torqued. The only time students will be shooting from the prone is when they‘re zeroing weapons and obtaining muzzle velocity. Everything else will be done from a supported or unsupported position; some with elevated heart rates. Students will leave SROC having a better understanding of how to effectively maximize the use of their scoped weapon system.
THIS IS NOT A BASIC SHOOTING COURSE.
This course requires students to be confident with their weapon handling skills and physical fitness. We will be moving and shooting from different types of cover and concealment such as barricades and vehicles. We will also be moving through uneven terrain and shoot from unconventional shooting positions.
-Rifle set up
-Fundamentals of precision marksmanship
-Obtain muzzle velocity
-Unsupported/unsupported shooting positions
-Unorthodox shooting positions
-Positive Identification (PID) Drills
Class size: 10 students max
Match grade, duty or ball. We'd recommend bringing enough match grade or duty ammo to zero, obtain velocity and gather DOPE at certain distances. Use ball or training ammo for the remainder of the course.
AR15 with a low power variable optic or magnifier, adjustable 2-point sling and a minimum of 5 Magazines.
Eye and ear protection, rear support bag, assault pack, shooting mat or ground cover, pen/pencil, paper, food and water
*An inexpensive alternative to store bought rear support bag is an old tube sock filled with Airsoft BB’s.
Chest rig, plate carrier, bipods, quarter back sleeve with index cards cut to fit screen, elbow pads, knee pads, hat, sunblock, shooting pillows such as game changers or fat bags
Students are highly encouraged to bring food and water with them to the course. A small lunch break will be given to ensure we maximize training time.
+$5.00 service fee
Bridging the gap between precision rifles and standard carbines
+$5.00 service fee0