The Rifle Marksmanship Skill Builder is the follow-up course for students who have completed the 4-
Day Rifle Marksmanship course.
Cost: Pricing depends on your customized program
Prerequisite Class(s): Prior to attending this course you must have attended and completed a Four Day Rifle Marksmanship course within the last 24 months.
ALL students must show photo ID at Sign-In, regardless of age!
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This is a two day course that reviews all of the skills & techniques taught during the four day Rifle Marksmanship course. This course is in an intensified format that will continue to improve your shooting ability and heighten your skills. An excellent choice if you are looking to tune up your skills or work towards a Graduate or Distinguished Graduate certificate, but don`t have the time to repeat the four day course.
During this course, returning students will have the opportunity to fine-tune their shooting fundamentals, including holdovers and wind calls. In the morning on the first day, students will review the fundamentals, including shooting out to 100 yards.
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NOTE: It is highly recommended that you show up with the same rifle, scope, ammunition and gear that you used during your Rifle Marksmanship course. There will not be time set aside to zero new or multiple sighting systems, rifles, or ammunition.
Firearm and Equipment Requirements:
- The weapon must be fully functional, have all factory-installed
safety devices intact, and have no dangerous modifications (such as a
“hair” trigger, removed trigger guard, etc.)
- The weapon`s caliber must be a rifle round of at least 5mm/.204 or larger and have an attached sling. An appropriate sling may be used for stability of hold during the course.
- The weapon should be able to hold a 7" or less group at 350 yards with factory match or hunting grade ammunition and can be semi-automatic, a bolt gun, lever gun, or pump action.
- The weapon must have a stock, not a wrist or forearm brace, as the rifle will be mounted to the shoulder throughout the course.
- Electronic hearing protection is mandatory and is available at
the Axil store inside the Front Sight Pro Shop or numerous retailers.
- Elbow and Knee pads are strongly recommended.
- Iron sights, red dots, and magnified optics can be used. (As there is limited zeroing time, you will have to have any sights or optics already mounted, and cannot change them out during the course.)
- Easily carried rest such as a monopod, bipod, tripod, bag rest or monopod.
- Some type of magazine pouch or carrier on the belt is required.
- A lightweight dust mask and a handkerchief/bandana are recommended.
- Do NOT bring shooting mats, rangefinders, Kestrels, or Ballistic Calculators. Tracking Point rifles can only be used in Suppressive or Traditional Mode.
- Your choice of factory match or hunting grade ammunition should be chosen according to the twist rate of the barrel. If you are unsure about the twist rate, it may be stamped on the barrel, in the owner`s manual, or you can contact the manufacturer. If you are unsure about the appropriate bullet weight, but do know your caliber and twist rate, please contact the Ammo Bunker.
- 16 to 17 years old, welcome to take regular firearms courses alone as long as a parent or guardian is onsite; parent or guardian can be enrolled in a different course or on a different range.
- Minimum age is 11 if taking the course with a parent or guardian. The parent or guardian MUST be the one working with the child during the entire course, and be responsible for only ONE child.
- Children age 10 and under are not allowed.
- Unattended minors are NOT allowed on the property. They must be escorted by a parent or guardian at all times or be enrolled in an appropriate course.