Mountain Precision Rifle is a three-day course set to challenge a shooter both physically and mentally by engaging targets using tripods and natural terrain to include high angles, cross canyon engagements, advanced wind reading and data collection. It will be a fun challenging experience that will enhance the participants overall shooting skills. This will be a physically demanding course, and we recommend you be able to carry your gear up rough terrain for a minimum of at least 100 yards.
This class is for MRAD / SMR / 98B in your caliber of choice. Rental rifles are not available to be used during this course. You must own your own rifle and equipment. *Barrett’s Precision Rifle is a prerequisite for this course.
Course topics include:
- Introduction to high angle shooting
- Kestrel Introduction and Data Entry
- Introduction to Tripod uses
- Wind estimation
- Shooting from natural terrain
Class begins each day at 8:30 a.m. and generally lasts until 5:30 p.m. (If you plan to travel home by air on the last day, please be prepared to stay in class until 5:30 p.m.)
Note: Please come prepared to carry your gear to different long-range shooting positions during the course.
- Barrett rifle (zeroed at 100 yards)
- A minimum of 250 rounds of ammunition
- Quality scope with a ranging reticle, i.e. Horus H59, Tremor 3, or EBR-7C, etc.
- Spotting Scope & tripod
- Laser Range Finder
- Shooting mat
- Gear Bag
- Notebook and pencil
- Calculator (cell phone)
- Cleaning equipment (solid rod, solvent, patches, lubricant)
- Hearing and eye protection
- Drinking water
- Weather appropriate clothing including rain gear (We shoot rain, shine, cold or hot.)
- Sand sock/ Rear bag
- Knee and elbow pads
- Insect repellent
- Hat, sunblock, & SPF lip balm
As with all our training, you can also contract Barrett to hold courses at your facility. Private and custom courses are also available for military/police entities. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lodging is not provided. Lunch is provided for our courses and is included with the tuition. Lodging is available at the NRA Whittington Center or at Arena Training Facility but is subject to availability and you will need to contact them directly.
Note: If you have taken a previous Long Range 1 course with your MRAD, SMR, 98B before the transition over to the current format, you still are eligible to take Mountain Precision. Please email email@example.com to confirm.