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Scoped Carbine
1 day $250
2 Day $500


Scoped Carbine is the class that shows the student what it takes to use their carbine at rifle distances.  The student will leave knowing exactly what their rifle does with the ammo they brought, what it takes to make hits at distance, and how to shoot from less than optimal positions.


  • Fundamentals of marksmanship

  • Zeroing and what the most optimal zero is for your gun and ammo

  • Chronographing

  • Reticles

  • Setting up a scope for your eye

  • Recoil management 

  • Data gathering on holds

  • Canted shooting holds

  • How to gain stability in less than optimal positions

  • Movement and setting up into positions

  • Shot calling


  • Good usable scope (e.g. Vortex Razor 1-6 or 1-10, Vortex PST gen2 1-6, Trijicon Accupoint 1-6, NF or Vortex 2-10. Leupold 3-18, etc);  Mrad or MOA reticles preferred, but BDC reticles will be okay to use too.  NO red dots.

  • Solid usable rifle that preferably shoots at least under 1.5” at 100 yards.  SBR’s are okay to bring.

  • Calibers: .223, 5.56, and .308.

  • Bipod

  • Rear bag

  • Medium bag or a small backpack with a pillow in it 

  • 3 to 4 magazines, at least 1 of them being a 20 round mag

  • 2 point sling

  • Camping chair

  • Match ammo is not a requirement, but is recommended.  I understand the ammo struggles these days, so brass cased XM193 of some sort will be fine.  Please no steel cased ammo.

  • Notebook and pen

  • Round Count: 400-450 (1 day)

  • Round Count: 800-900 (2 day)

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