M.O.A. and U.S.O: Long Range Gunfighter Mar. 28-30 Anza, CA
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Default M.O.A. and U.S.O: Long Range Gunfighter Mar. 28-30 Anza, CA

Max Ordinate Academy and U.S. Optics have teamed up to bring you Long Range Gunfighter.

This course is a Basic long range course focusing on building a Solid Foundation of marksmanship fundamentals and an emphasis on real world application. This course is for beginners or intermediate shooters looking to sharpen their skills. Students will leave with the confidence and understanding to employ their rifle whether hunting, defending, or competing and the Knowledge and skills to continue building those marksmanship fundamentals long after the student leaves the course. Students will engage targets from 25 yards to 1000 yards. All students will receive a PRO Card from U.S. Optics for 40% off a U.S. Optic Scope. Max Ordinate Academy will be providing to the students to keep a Rear Bag, Data Book, Students Handout, and Certificate of Completion. There will be Rifle Scopes available for Loaners if needed. Cleaning gear and solvents are available for use as well at no additional cost. Go to http://www.maxordinate.com to sign up. Space is limited.

Subjects Covered:
Safety Rules
Cold Bore Theory
Fundamentals of Marksmanship
Benefits and Utilization of a Data Book
Sniper History
Minute of Angle (MOA) vs. Miliradian (Mils)
Internal/External Ballistics
Data Collection out to 1,000 Yards
Reading/Calling Wind
Effects of Weather
Gear and Equipment Selection
Rifle/Optic Manipulation
Cleaning and Maintenance

Gear Needed:
Max Ordinate recommends each student possess a rifle that is capable of 1 minute of angle (MOA - 1 inch 3 round shot group at 100 yards) to get the most out of the course. Rifle scopes with adjustable elevation and windage turrets are suggested. Max Ordinate has a supply of US Optic 3.2-17x rifle scopes available to those who need them at no additional cost. Rifle caliber must be a minimum of .243 Cal with a maximum of .30 Cal. The maximum velocity must not exceed 3100 fps.

Ammunition 300 Match Grade
Sunscreen
Bipods
Chapstick
Notebook and Pencil
Backpack or Daypack
Ear and Eye Protection
Ability to Carry 3 Quarts of Water
Appropriate Footwear (no flippy-floppies)
Food/Snacks
Appropriate Clothing (we shoot rain or shine)


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