Course times will be listed below, with each course time lasting a duration of 60-90 minutes.
Starting with a Fundamental Eval, the course covers a 20 point checklist. The course begins with two attendees demonstrating their current knowledge of precision rifle shooting fundamentals. The course then expands on the Fundamentals of Marksmanship through discussion, breaking down the key points, leading students into the Shot Process.
The Shot Process is a series of steps, helping shooters focus on key shooting elements, while avoiding high level mistakes commonly associated with over-thinking and more rigid "rules". The Shot Process's design opens up a shooter’s possibilities, versus the limitations of rules that limit a student's abilities. The Fundamentals are the building blocks of precision rifle shooting, and combining the Fundamentals of Marksmanship and the Shot Process gives shooters a solid foundation, regardless of the context.
Ending the course, a demonstration of Weaponized Math. Weaponized Math dopes gravity from shot to shot, eliminating the use of numerous individualized inputs for dope. Weaponized Math gives the shooter a starting point and final solution that's easy to understand. Using Weaponized Math first, the students then align ballistic solvers to pre-trued data, cutting out the trial and error aspects and avoiding lists of confusing inputs.
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Come join Bore Tech for The Precision Rifle Maintenance Seminar as we take an in depth look at the recommended procedures to properly clean and maintain today’s precision long range rifles.
This class will be a hands-on, live demonstration providing proper cleaning and maintenance techniques while discussing current topics such as barrel break-in, cleaning frequency and proper
During our time we will dispel the many “myths” of gun cleaning and try to shed light on what it truly takes to keep your precision rifle accurate and performing at its peak.
Care and maintenance of the following areas to be discussed:
Perhaps the single greatest adversary to any precision rifle shooter, reading wind and understanding the winds influence on a bullet’s trajectory remains one of the single greatest challenges to any long-range shooter. So, we’re bring back one of the best wind coaches in the world to help you understand wind, Emil Praslick with Berger Bullets, Lapua, & Vihtavuori Powders. Emil is well known in the long-range precision rifle game. A former head coach of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU), wind coach for the Applied Ballistics LLC Extreme Long Range Shooting Team, head coach for two U.S. National Long Range Rifle Teams, and with over 30+ years of experience and accolades, Emil will be returning again to the Precision Rifle Expo this year. He’ll be giving multiple courses, both Saturday and Sunday, on “Wind Reading,” and helping you to better understand and implement strategies for dealing with wind. Attendees will learn and discuss several key topics for the course, that include:
Special thank you to Vortex Optics who will be providing spotting scopes and binoculars for the class!
Understanding reloading, perhaps one of the single most complicated discussions and debates outside of ballistics, often proves challenging for even veteran precision rifle shooters who constantly try to absorb new information and developments in reloading components and equipment. To help you understand reloading, we asked the man behind the ballistics lab for over 30+ years at Fort Benning, and the Director of Ballistics for the Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU), to come back again this year and provide courses for our attendees... Troy Lawton. Troy hand loads and tests precision rifle ammunition and firearms every day, and his experience from shooting competitively with the US Shooting Team to multiple NRA High Power categories including Match and Service Rifle, make his knowledge on the subject both immense and extremely valuable to precision rifle shooters looking to either learn how to reload or to just maximize and better their current reloading methods. Troy's courses will include but not be limited to:
Kestrel Ballistics Weather Meters, the weather meter chosen and trusted by precision rifle shooters around the world for their extreme ruggedness and dependable performance, would like to help you better understand and utilize your Kestrel to maximize your shooting experience and long-range accuracy. During the Precision Rifle Expo, Kestrel Ballistics will give attendees an opportunity during two separate courses each day, to learn and operate a Kestrel Ballistics weather meter, with demo units being supplied for participants to use during the course.
Scott will discuss, demonstrate, and assist course attendees with...
In the Optics 101 by Leupold Optics, we’ll dive into how riflescopes actually function, and pull the curtain back on what’s happening inside that magic tube. We’ll discuss basic optics principles, common issues shooters face, myths that surround optics, and the reasons why some optics perform the way they do.
We will also look at how to properly mount a scope, and talk about how to make sure you’re getting the most performance out of your optic. This will also be a great opportunity for you to pose any general questions you might have about scopes and sports optics.
At the Precision Rifle Expo, no personal Firearms will be allowed on the ranges.
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