$600.00

2-Day Intro to Long Range Course – March 19 – 20th, 2021

Dates: Friday, March 19th & Saturday, March 20th, 2020

Location: North Springs Shooting Range – Price, Utah.  Map

Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Class Size: 14 Students

This course introduces students to the mindset, skillset, and equipment necessary to achieve precision and accuracy at long range. Students will become proficient at using a ballistics app to generate a shooting solution for any combination of rifle, ammo, and environmental condition.  Most importantly, students will master the fundamentals of marksmanship and their ability to maximize the capability of any rifle system.  Students are expected to arrive with their rifle, optics, ammo, and equipment set up according to the prerequisites listed below. If you do so we guarantee each student will be able to effectively engage 12 – 24″ targets out to 1000 yards without assistance.  Typically, 75% or more of our students will successfully complete the 1000 yard Milk Jug Challenge in less than 10 shots.  Failure to heed the recommendations below will likely prevent you from enjoying these achievements and keep you from getting the most out of this course.  If time allows, students will have the option to shoot out to 1200 yards, 1500 yards, and even 1 mile after class on Saturday evening and even attempt Milk Jug Challenges at these ranges for an additional fee. 

Student Feedback:

“I’ve always wanted to do the MJC but was hesitant about my abilities.  This class walks you step by step building your skillset and confidence culminating in the 1000yd MJC.  Come join the club!”  – Doug, Saratoga Springs UT 2020

“As a big game hunter, I took this class to learn how to extend my effective range.   I loved that Bryce was able to help me maximize the capability of my existing equipment, match the correct ammunition to my rifle, and then adjust my turrets correctly for any distance and condition.  I learned how to properly interact with the rifle and be confident in my shots by removing the “human elements” that cause inaccuracy.  I feel like I am shooting at a whole different level.”  – Brock, Syracuse, UT 2020

‘I grew up shooting firearms and always considered myself a good shot but when it came to rifles with optics I didn’t know much beyond point and shoot. LRSUs Introduction to Long Range Shooting class with Bryce changed all of that! I entered the class knowing very little and left being able to confidently adjust for distance and wind. By the end of the class, I had hit targets out to 1 mile! (1,760 yards)”.  – Kevin Moore, Salt Lake City, Utah 2020

“I’m new to long-range shooting and this class helped me to better understand what equipment to buy and how to use it to achieve accuracy and precision. To hear that “ding” and consistently hit targets at 1000 yards, including the milk jug, is exhilarating. Now precision shooting is fun rather than frustrating and I can’t wait to get out to practice. I definitely recommend Bryce’s long-range precision shooting class.  – Larry Landen, Highland, Utah 2020

“LRSU’s Intro to Long Range course taught me the fundamentals to greatly improve my accuracy and consistency. I had never shot past 300 yards and was able to make consistent hits at 1000 yard targets. This course gave me the confidence to expand my long range shooting capability. 100%, I will be back for another class”   – Chris Hart of Action Target, Provo, UT 2020

“It’s so cool to learn exactly how to shoot. I just went from a complete rookie to be hitting an 18″ target at 1000 yards. This was the most fun I’ve had in a long, long time.”  – Wally, Provo, UT 2019

“Within 4 hours we were hitting every 100 yards out to 1000 yards.  300, 400, and 500 yards seem like nothing now”.  – Jeff, Park City, UT 2019

“There wasn’t a single part of the class where I wasn’t having fun and learning something new.  Hearing that “ding” at 1000 yards was so awesome, I’m still grinning”.  – Cade, Salt Lake City, UT 2019

Schedule:

Friday – Classroom Lecture 8:30 am to ~ 7 pm.  

  • 8:30 am – Check-in at the main office. Sign Waivers & pay $10 per day range fee to North Springs (Cash Only)
  • 9:00 am – Class begins
  • 12:30 pm – 30-minute break for lunch (Please bring a sack lunch and plenty of snacks and drinks) 
  • ~ 5 pm to 7:00 pm – Zeroing & equipment setup at the 100-yard range. Once you confirm your zero you can leave for the day.

Day 2 – Range Day 8:30 am to ~ 5 pm

  • 8:30 am – Check-in, proceed to the 100-yard range
  • Noon – 30-minute break for lunch (Please bring a sack lunch and plenty of snacks and drinks) 
  • 1:00 pm – Meet at the west end of the 1000-yard range.
  • ~ 5:00 pm – Formal instruction ends.
  • 5:00 pm to dusk – free-time, optional positional training, shooting at 1200 yards, 1500 yards, and 1 mile.  1200 to 1 Mile Mik Jug Challenge for $25 per attempt and must be completed within regulation and officiated by LRSU staff.  10 shots under 5 minutes with no sighters or practice.

Required Prerequisites:

We carry many of these items in-house and can generally meet or beat any online price for them. Please email us at [email protected] and we’ll help you get set up for success.

1 – Eye and Ear Protection.  Examples:  Eye Pro on Amazon  Howard Leight Sport EarmuffsFoam earplugs are often the best option as earmuffs can interfere with your cheekweld.  

2 – Rifle: Must be in safe, working order and capable of shooting a ~1″ or better 5 shot group at 100 yards. 

RIFLE RENTALS:  We have a limited number of rental rifles available. $250 Rental Package includes a rifle, optics, bubble level, sidewinder, bipod, rear bag, shooting mat, and 100 rounds of match-grade factory ammunition. Additional ammo is available for $30 per box of 20. Email [email protected] to arrange your rental. 

3 – 150 Rounds Match Grade Ammunition: Capable of shooting a 1″ or better 5 shot group at 100 yards.  We can help you select and source match ammo upon request. Example:  Hornady Match Ammo

4 – Quality optics with external turrets. Examples that we carry in-house: Vortex Viper PST Gen II 5-25 FFP – $899or – Vortex Razor HD 4.5 – 27 – $1799 – 1999or – Leupold Mark 5HD 5-25 – $1999 – 2599

5 – Bubble Level for your optic. Video Demonstration Example:  30mm & 34mm Vortex Bubble Level  – or –  Rail Mounted Level 

6 – Bipod capable of canting from side to side.  Example: We carry Harris BRMS 6-9″ Notched Leg bipod with LRSU Pod-Locks installed for $125 – or – Our favorite, Evolution 6-10″ Carbon Fiber bipods for $315.  

7 – Rear bag. Example: Medium Sand Sock Gear

8 – Download Shooter Ballistics App ($9.99 Has a Blue & White Circular Target icon) – Apple iOS  Android

9 – Adjustable Cheekpiece. Options:  

10 –  Sidewinder Drop Chart –  These small rifle-mounted drop charts put your drop data front and center next to your optic eliminating the need to break a position and consult your phone, notebook or hand to see your D.O.P.E. Just $30 on our website

 

Once you complete your purchase you’ll be prompted to download three documents. 

1 – LRSU Liability Waiver.  All students must bring a completed and signed copy to the class on Friday morning. 

2 – Information sheet with the location, schedule, discounted accommodations, and general information.

3 – Prerequisite / required equipment list. This elaborates on what is outlined above and provides links to purchase.  

Youth: Students under the age of 18 may attend but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, please contact us before registering at [email protected]

**Cancellation Policy: Due to the small class size and limited availability the following cancellation policy is strictly enforced.  Full refunds will only be granted upon receipt of written notice of cancellation up to 30 days prior to the course.  Up to 15 days prior to the course a 50% refund will be issued upon written notice of cancellation or the student can pay a $75 change fee to be moved to a future class.  Within 15 days of the course dates, no refunds will be provided.   Please ensure your travel plans and availability before signing up.  

**Weather Policy:  Utah weather can be extreme and changes quickly. It’s critical that you come prepared for the worst possible conditions regardless of the weather forecast. The majority of the firing line is covered and walled on three sides which offers more than adequate protection from the elements.  Should the weather conditions become dangerous (ie lightning) and prevent us from completing at least 50% off the range day curriculum students will be allowed to attend a future course.  

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