Performance Rifle Interdiction Course



Performance Rifle Interdiction Course




This course is designed around the Semi-Automatic, Designated Marksman Rifle (DMR) and will provide the student with all of the basic physical, environmental, and technical skills needed to engage multiple targets with combat effective hits under minimal time frames.  Students will learn multiple techniques for stabilizing their shooting platform, reading the environmental conditions, and effectively using their scope reticles to make rapids hits on multiple targets at varying distances.


Upon completing this course, the student will have the knowledge and skill to confidently control and interdict their environment to distances of 600 yards or more.




Date:  March 7th, 2015


Time:  0800-1730 hrs


Where:  Legion OTG

  200 Sherman Road

  Blakely, GA  39823


Cost:   $250 ($100 non-refundable deposit required) balance due the morning of the course


Registration:  Erik Lund

Cell phone- (703) 798-2226

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  • DMR Zeroing Theories and Applications
  • DMR Optics and Reticle Selections
  • Use of Mil and MOA Reticle Systems
  • Building Ballistic Databases
  • Configuring an Effective DMR
  • DMR Ammunition Selection
  • Optic Evaluation Drill
  • Fundamentals of Precision Shooting
  • Rifle Manipulation Skills
  • Factoring Environmental Conditions
  • Establishing a DMR Performance Baseline
  • Practical Positional Shooting
  • Positional Stabilization Techniques
  • Know your Limits Shooting (KNL)
  • DMR Close Quarters Shooting
  • Introduction to Two Shooter Teamwork


Equipment list:

  • Semi-Automatic rifle (No bolt guns) with a confirmed accuracy of 2” or better at 100 yds
  • Precision Optic with MIL or MOA based reticle and adjustable turrets
  • 300 rounds of Match Grade ammunition
  • 100 rounds of Standard Grade ammunition
  • Detachable rifle bipod and rear support bags
  • Backpack for rifle supported shooting
  • Shooting mat or ground cover
  • Spotting scope
  • Rifle sling 
  • Kestrel or Ballistic Program (optional but highly recommended)
  • Eye and ear protection
  • Elbow and knee pads (optional)
  • Baseball style hat
  • Note pad and pen