Our mission is to provide you with the tools, training and motivation to dramatically improve your marksmanship and professionalism in the outdoor industry. For some this will help them to get the most out of their participation in safe shooting sports. For hunters, it will dramatically improve your ability to make an accurate and humane extending range shot in the field. And that means a successful hunt and an excellent hunting adventure. The course will be held in the classroom and on the field at an extended range shooting facility. Here you will learn proper firearm safety techniques, ballistics, MOA, and how to compensate for the variables of temperature, terrain and wind. Participants will be required to provide their own transportation to shooting schools. Features: Rolling Bones Precision Shooting Course Manual Rolling Bones Precision Range Journal Rolling Bones Scoring Tape Rolling Bones Window Decal Cheek Piece with Utility Pouch Rifle and Hunt Brochures 2 Days at the Range with a Personal Instructor Meals and Lodging Rifles available to shoot, bring your own ammunition
- Course Catalog #: RBP WY SST - 2
- RBO PRECISION HUNTNG SCHOOL Spend a weekend with the Rolling Bones Crew and use the skills for the rest of your lives! What to look for in a Long Range capable shooting system Equipment selection and design How to maximize the potential of what you already own Action Selection Barrel twist, chambering Pros and Cons of a muzzle break Proper stock selection and fit Trigger options Ocular Focus Parallax First Focal Plane vs Second Focal Plane Minutes of Angle Reticle choice Creating a DOPE sheet Rangefinders and options Atmospherics and how it affects your shot Shooting at angles Shooting positions Prone, kneeling, sitting, freehand and field positions Build up a secure rear rest How to setup your gun to fit you properly Natural point of aim Proper Cheek Weld Recoil Management Trigger Control Follow Through Bullet Selection Shot Placement- anatomical considerations Wound Cavity Wind, how to read it and compensate for it Video Analysis of long range shots.. Bipods and Shooting sticks Ammo Selection- Ballistic Coefficient and terminal effects Gear Choices for the long range hunter
You will stay at a well appointed lodge set in the middle of the Bear Loge Mountains in Eastern Wyoming. Meals are homemade and very well prepared. You won’t leave hungry. List of essentials; SHOOTING SCHOOL CHECKLIST Greeting from Rolling Bones Shooting Academy, we are excited to have you join us for three days that will change your life. After this course you will be a more confident and competent hunter. This course goes on rain or shine so bring clothing appropriate for any range of conditions we might encounter. Rain gear, and layers are recommended. Here is a recommended gear list that you should bring with you, the better prepared with your own equipment the more enjoyable experience you will have. Rifle that is capable of shooting 1 MOA ( approx 1 inch at 100 yards.) Rifle scope with adjustable turrets. Recommended turret click value is 1/4 or 1/3 MOA. Anything finer or courser is not recommended. We advise the top end magnification to be 25 or less. Our favorite is 18 power on the top end. If you plan on using a scope with a ballistic reticle, please email the make and model at least two weeks prior to the class. Bring 200 rounds of the exact ammunition that you plan on hunting with. Eye Pro (required) Ear Pro (required, we recommend electronic: It allows you to hear verbal commands but offers outstanding hearing protection. Sport Ear is what the instructors wear) Bipod- 6-9 inch Harris, Atlas are very nice. We are utilizing the new carbon fiber Leupold bipods on our extended range shooting systems currently. They have a very secure adapter that screws into the bipod stud and and bipod has a strong magnet that allows you to remove it easily whenever you do not want to have it attached i.e.... through deep cover, or when using a scabbard. A rear shooting bag Stoney Point shooting sticks, (we never go anywhere without the collapsable sticks) they take up minimal room, and weigh very little. Daypack with snacks, water sunscreen, bug dope, sunglasses Shooting Mat Spotting scope with tripod Rangefinder Notepad and pen/pencils Things we would like to know from you are, Rifle make and model. The type, caliber, and grains of bullet you are bringing. If you know the twist rate and scope height of your rig please include that, if not we will show you how to acquire that information during the school. Please keep your caliber no larger than a 300 Mag. We recommend something that you can shoot up to 80 rounds per day comfortably.
January 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019
- Member Price: $1,850
- Non-Member Price: $2,150
Wyoming, United States of America
Deposit 80% refundable 6 months prior to start date. 40% refundable 1 month prior to start date. No refunds under 1 month of the start date.