Mile High Training Detach March 23rd, 24th, & 25th Class

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Two slots opened up for March, the class was initially full. So if you want to attend our joint SH / MHSA training here in Colorado, hit the website and join us.

Mile High Training Detachment

3 Day Precision Rifle Class

Objective:

Give Shooters the tools to effectively engage in targets with a

precision rifle systems and optics out to 1250 yards, to include

known distance, unknown distance, rapid engagements and

alternate positions.

Day 1:

Classroom:

• Fundamental Evaluation

• Overview of the fundamentals of Marksmanship

• Introduction to optics

• Rifle setup

• Scope set up – level, eye relief and adjusting parallax

• Introduction to ballistics

• Ballistic software Hornady 4DOF / TRSAOL

Range:

• Body position and trigger control

• Zero / Grouping exercise

• Chronograph use

• True ballistics systems for muzzle velocity

• Target engagements 25 – 1125 yards

• Weapons cleaning

100 rounds per student

Day 2:

Classroom:

• Reticle Use

• Wind Reading

• Data Collection

Range:

• Milling exercise

• Target engagements using mil relation formula to 800 yards

• Known distance target engagements 200 – 1250 yards

• Confirming data and software

200 rounds per student

Day 3:

Classroom:

• Data Collection Review

• Shooter’s Choice topics

Range:

• Target engagements utilizing holds 300 – 800 yards

• Tripods and other supported positions

• Barricades

• Open Range shoot to distance to end class

200 rounds per student

500 TOTAL ROUNDS IDEAL
 
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Two slots opened up for March, the class was initially full. So if you want to attend our joint SH / MHSA training here in Colorado, hit the website and join us.

Mile High Training Detachment

3 Day Precision Rifle Class

Objective:

Give Shooters the tools to effectively engage in targets with a

precision rifle systems and optics out to 1250 yards, to include

known distance, unknown distance, rapid engagements and

alternate positions.

Day 1:

Classroom:

• Fundamental Evaluation

• Overview of the fundamentals of Marksmanship

• Introduction to optics

• Rifle setup

• Scope set up – level, eye relief and adjusting parallax

• Introduction to ballistics

• Ballistic software Hornady 4DOF / TRSAOL

Range:

• Body position and trigger control

• Zero / Grouping exercise

• Chronograph use

• True ballistics systems for muzzle velocity

• Target engagements 25 – 1125 yards

• Weapons cleaning

100 rounds per student

Day 2:

Classroom:

• Reticle Use

• Wind Reading

• Data Collection

Range:

• Milling exercise

• Target engagements using mil relation formula to 800 yards

• Known distance target engagements 200 – 1250 yards

• Confirming data and software

200 rounds per student

Day 3:

Classroom:

• Data Collection Review

• Shooter’s Choice topics

Range:

• Target engagements utilizing holds 300 – 800 yards

• Tripods and other supported positions

• Barricades

• Open Range shoot to distance to end class

200 rounds per student

500 TOTAL ROUNDS IDEAL
Still have slots?
 

christopher.dow

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Two slots opened up for March, the class was initially full. So if you want to attend our joint SH / MHSA training here in Colorado, hit the website and join us.

Mile High Training Detachment

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500 TOTAL ROUNDS IDEAL
Hi Frank,

I’m really looking forward to this! Watching the videos (even the free ones, before I signed up for the full online training) has really helped.

Is it possible to have ammo shipped to a location near Ft Morgan, or will I just have to argue with the TSA about how much ammo is appropriate for a weekend? I’ve that can be a problem at my airport (SFO).




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You can ship stuff to the hotels, Hampton Inn in FT Morgan is recommended and Dorothy secured discounts for shooters. Or you can ship stuff to MHSA and we have it there for you, or you can pick it up and buy stuff.

Most guys who take my private classes, use MHSA to ship and buy ammo, then when it's over they ship stuff home via MHSA too... you just have to coordinate it with them.

I don't monitor the slots, call MHSA ask for Dorothy she handles the classes from an Admin perspective
 
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You can ship stuff to the hotels, Hampton Inn in FT Morgan is recommended and Dorothy secured discounts for shooters. Or you can ship stuff to MHSA and we have it there for you, or you can pick it up and buy stuff.

Most guys who take my private classes, use MHSA to ship and buy ammo, then when it's over they ship stuff home via MHSA too... you just have to coordinate it with them.

I don't monitor the slots, call MHSA ask for Dorothy she handles the classes from an Admin perspective
Frank not to change the subject but will you be hosting any events in NY again this year? Thanks
 

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Does not appear so, Curt was talking about Tennesse with Doc Maurer, my schedule is a bit crowded this year as we added .gov classes to AK and with the MHSA Det, I have more classes on the books here vs traveling. Unless something changes, NY does not appear to be happening this year.
 

christopher.dow

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Apr 28, 2017
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San Francisco, CA
#7
You can ship stuff to the hotels, Hampton Inn in FT Morgan is recommended and Dorothy secured discounts for shooters. Or you can ship stuff to MHSA and we have it there for you, or you can pick it up and buy stuff.

Most guys who take my private classes, use MHSA to ship and buy ammo, then when it's over they ship stuff home via MHSA too... you just have to coordinate it with them.
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Thanks, Frank!


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thompson
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Does not appear so, Curt was talking about Tennesse with Doc Maurer, my schedule is a bit crowded this year as we added .gov classes to AK and with the MHSA Det, I have more classes on the books here vs traveling. Unless something changes, NY does not appear to be happening this year.
Thanks for the reply Frank , Some year I'll catch up with you for a class. Being on the East Coast heading to Colorado isn't an option for me....
 
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