LONG RANGE RIFLE (6 hours - $150)
INSTRUCTOR: Ed Janka
LOCATION: 190 W. Lincoln St; Waterman, IL 60556
Prerequisites: Working knowledge of you basic rifle safety and handling procedures for your rifle.
Equipment required: .223 Rem or higher caliber rifle sighted in at 100 yards with appropriate long range ammo. Example ammo, .223 Rem 75 gr bullets, 6.5mm 140 gr bullets, 308 Win 160 Gr or heavier bullets.
Course Description: The Long Range Rifle course consists of classroom and practical range exercises. Classroom instruction will include a comprehensive discussion of long range ballistics and environmental considerations, caliber and cartridge selection, the value of hand-loading ammunition tuned for specific situations, and basic marksmanship principles. The practical range exercises will allow shooters to practice sighting in their own rifles and long range marksmanship skill practice out to 600 yards. This course offers a lot of personalized instruction on the range including use of a chronograph and a computer printout of your cartridge’s statistics for use in calculation. We don’t know of anyone teaching a course of this nature.
In preparation for your Long Range class, please provide the following information on the ammo you are using.
- Bullet Manufacturer (Black Hills, Remington, Etc.)
- Bullet Weight (148 grain, 168 grain, etc.)
- Caliber (308, 308 Win Mag, 6.5 etc.)
- Muzzle Velocity (2750 FPS, etc.)
- Ballistic Coefficient (usually on the side, next to the Muzzle Velocity (BC .234 or G1 = .345)
Usually this information is printed on the ammo box (on the sides). If not I will look up the Ballistic Coefficient for the program.
And finally; At what yardage did you Zero (50, 100, 200, 300)
If you have any other questions, please call me at 630-272-3187, or write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
See you in Class,
NOTE: There is no refund if you fail to show up for class!