SECRETS OF PRECISION LONG RANGE SHOOTING FOR HUNTING OR TACTICALby: Darrell Holland
Long range shooting expert Darrell Holland takes you through a course of instruction guaranteed to improve your long range shooting skills. Initial discussion focuses on the rifle, ballistics, cartridges & bullets. Judging range & equip calibration are covered, along with a selection of optics & range finders.
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Master Rifleman Reveals Secrets Of Long Range Tactical Shooting That You Can Use With Devastatingly Accurate Results
Special techniques revealed that enable you to quickly range and hit a target from 300 to 600 yards & beyond!
Long range shooting expert Darrell Holland takes you through a course of instruction guaranteed to improve your long range shooting skills. The initial discussion focuses on the rifle, ballistics, cartridges and bullets. Judging range and equipment calibration are covered, along with a selection of optics and range finders. Shooting techniques are covered from the point of both a hunter and a tactical shooter. Darrell shows tips for bench and field shooting positions, and demonstrates them along with expedient methods and accessories for optimum accuracy. You’ll see some incredible shooting at ranges out to 600 yards and learn how to make those shots.
On a rainy day recently I used the methods taught by Darrell in this course to score head shots three for three at 360 yards and three for three body shots on metal silhouettes at 600 yards. All in light rain with changing wind conditions. You can increase your chance of surviving a gunfight by learning these proven techniques. Filmed on location in Israel.
We are so sure that you will benefit from this course that if you use the methods in this course and you don’t significantly improve your ability to shoot at long ranges we will give you a FULL Refund – no questions asked. Exclusively for AGI customers we have developed & are including a set of invaluable tables for calculating your long-range shots.
Publisher: American Gunsmithing Institute
Publish Date: 12-01-2008