- BEPR- Edinburgh, IN
March 28, 2020 - March 29, 2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This course is for the precision shooter who wants to take their training and hone it in a training environment which more directly simulates the real world. While being able to take a prone shot with a steady platform may be great for the range, in hunting or competition applications that certainly won’t always be available.
This course will utilize various conventional and unconventional barricades to show the student how to take an accurate shot utilizes the best support practices available. In addition, students will be challenged with an aerial platform to show the distinct difference when shooting from an elevated position.
- Cold bore data
- Use of angular units of measure (Mil or MOA) and reticles
- Fundamentals of marksmanship
- Data gathering and confirmation
- Shooter Spotter communication
- Alternate supported positions
- Range estimation
- Building stable field firing positions and firing solution
- Changes in drop and ballistics when shooting from elevation
- Rifle capable of <1 MOA groups. Ranges will be up to 500 yards, so .308 caliber or better is highly recommended.
- Optic with a Mil or MOA reticle
- Ballistic Solver (Hornady 4-DOF application on phone or similar)
- Approximately 400 rounds of ammunition (Match Grade Preferred)
- Eye and Ear protection
- Small Rear sand sock
- Medium Rear sand sock
- Large Rear Bag (Pump Pillow)
- Rifle bipod or other front weapon support
- Laser Range Finder
- Spotting scope and/or binoculars
- Tripod (standing/kneeling optic support)
- Shooting mat
- Rain gear
You must have your rifle sighted in prior to arriving. If you need to sight in prior to class please get with us to attend an open range day.
A solid understanding of your weapon platform and full familiarity and compliance with firearm safety.
This course is open to ages 14+ as long as a parent attends.
About the Instructor:
Scott Satterlee is a 26 year Special Operations Veteran with multiple combat tours, proven leadership capability. Scott retired out of 1st Special Forces Group in 2016 as the lead instructor and chief operations officer for the Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat Course.
Scott grew up hunting in the Western states and started competing in NRA Service Rifle in the early 1990s. He continued to compete when possible in High Power, Small Bore and USPSA events throughout his military career. When Precision Rifle started to become popular he found his niche. Scott has been very active in the Precision Rifle Sport for the last 8 years regularly placing in the top ten in matches and as high as 15th in the PRS series.
Scott has been developing course curriculum for Long Range shooting for the last 8 years focused on competition and hunting. The courses developed cover the entire spectrum of shooter requirements from beginner to advanced competition prep and high angle back country hunting.
Venue: Edinburgh, Indiana
6077 US Highway 31
Located 0.2 miles North of Tara Treatment Center on East side of Hwy 31.
Located 0.4 miles North of railroad crossing.
Please note….some GPS systems will utilize Franklin as the city versus Edinburgh.