Precision Rifle Marksmanship 301

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  • PRM 301- Richmond
    October 14, 2017 - October 15, 2017
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Course Description:

 This course is the third in a series of Precision Rifle Marksmanship. This course will push the student to apply the skills they have already learned, but in a situation best mimicking the reality of a mid-range to long- range rifle fight.

The focus will be 2 parts; A) to engage targets at varying distances with a high level of accuracy using hold off, and B) do so under stress and from alternate firing positions.

In a fight, a shooter rarely has time to “dial their knobs” to the exact setting of their target. However, a shooter must still be capable of high accuracy even when they are unable to adjust their optic. That is the purpose of using hold off. Also, when a shooter is in that fight, their heart rate and breathing are high and they are most likely not in a stable firing position which all drastically affects accuracy at further distances. That is the purpose of firing stressed and from alternate firing positions.

PRM-101 focused on eliminating human error. PRM-201 focused on ballistics and data. PRM-301 will focus on using all of the above in realistic scenarios.

Material Covered

  • Quick refresher on material covered in PRM-101 and 201.
  • Zeroing, zero confirmation, and mil hold confirmation
  • Mil or MOA hold off at varying distances; stressed and from alternate positions
  • Stress fire drills; within reason of students abilities. Recommended to do some conditioning exercises ahead of class to get the most out of training.
  • Alternate firing positions

Material NOT covered

  • Data collection; the only data collection will be the students mil/MOA holds for the varying distances
  • Malfunction drills and reloads

Equipment Required:

  •  Rifle with sling (.223/5.56 and above required. Highly recommended to use same rifle from PRM-101 and 201 due to custom configuration to shooter and known data collected)
  • Optic with a Mil or MOA reticle (Highly recommended to use same optic from PRM-101 and 201 due to known data collected)
  • 2 Magazines
  • Magazine carry method for at least 1 spare magazine
  • Approximately 400 rounds of ammunition (Match Grade Preferred)
  • Eye and Ear protection
  • Sand socks
  • Rifle bipod or other front weapon support

Equipment Optional:

  • Laser Range Finder
  • Spotting scope and/or binoculars
  • Tripod, Bipod, or Monopod (standing/kneeling optic support)
  • Shooting mat
  • Chair
  • Rain gear


  • Must have attended Precision Rifle Marksmanship 101 and 201.
  • This course is open to ages 14+ as long as a parent attends.
  • A solid understanding of your weapon platform and full familiarity and compliance with firearm safety.


3555 Park Elwood Road, Richmond, Indiana, 47374, United States


This is the private Freedom Precision range.