Extreme Long Range (ELR) I
The School of Extreme Long Range (ELR) I
introduces students to the art and science of Extreme Long Range Shooting with
classroom instruction, strong fundamental focus with both shooter/spotter teams
and known distance data gathering. The School of ELR is extremely
technical, blending theoretical and real world environmental effects at the
extreme limits of the cartridge/platform combination.
Day 1: Classroom Instruction
0900-0945 Internal Ballistics
1000-1045 External Ballistics
1400-1530 Rifle Sight-in
1600-1645 Final Day Lecture
Day 2: Known Distance Shooting
0900-1145 Known Distance Shooting 400-1200 Yards
1300-1630 Known Distance Shooting 400-1200 Yards
Day 3: Known Distance Shooting
0900-1145 Unknown Distance Shooting 800-2000 Yards
1300-1630 Unknown Distance Shooting 800-2000 Yards
1645-1700 Final Lecture
*This schedule is
tentative. Times are subject to change.
Range: Required and Suggested Equipment
in acceptable cartridge/caliber for the
Shooting Mat or
200 Rounds of
100 MOA/30MRAD Travel
(or correlating amount in optics base/optic combination)
Pack or Rucksack
Used as a primary
Bipods are also
allowed as secondary rest
Poncho or tarp
This is a progressive curriculum and must be taken in order: ELR I - ELR II - ELR III. Each course curriculum leads into the next.
*If you would like to register more than one person for this course please add it to your Cart as two separate items.
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