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M.O.A. Aerial Gunfighter May 3-4th Anza, CA
Aerial Gunfighter is an Intermediate course designed to take precision shooters’ abilities to all new heights…get it? Whether the shooter is part of an SRT, military sniper, Civilian or a pest controller on a ranch the art of shooting from an aerial platform can offer professionals a new asset. MOA is excited to be offering this discipline due to the unique challenges involved and the amount of fun learning this skillset is unparalleled.
This course requires Basic firearms experience. Fundamentals of marksmanship will be the cornerstone for this highly advanced evolution. Students must be able to grasp the mathematical aspect of precision shooting and be able to apply the math with a moderate level of distraction. This course will include classroom portions of learning, static shooting. Safety is always paramount for our students; however, the transfer of information and teaching methodologies used has produced proven results for every LR shooter. Although this is not a physically demanding course the ability to be in a prone position for extended periods of time and a comfort of heights is a must. Each student can expect a minimum of two live runs from a bird with the possibility of more. By end of course MOA promises you a training evolution that you will remember for the rest of your life.
The focus of this course is to marry the fundamentals and application of marksmanship with the advanced skills required for aerial platform shooting. This course will include mathematical formulae, high angle equations and range estimation; all while flying in a helicopter.
Training Hours: TOTAL: 2 Days.
Day 1- 8am-4pm. Day 2- 8am-4pm. Lunches will be provided for each student each training day.
Students will be provided Rear Bag, Certificate of Completition and an LR Sling. U.S. Optics loaner scopes will be available to those who need one or if their scope goes down. Flight time will be paid for by Max Ordinate. Cleaning gear and solvents will be given to students for use for the duration of the course.
Agency and group pricing is available upon request.
Continuation of training is of the highest priority of MOA; however, because of the heavy costs associated with running this course per student, we cannot offer our free seats for returning students. Our objective was to make this course as affordable as possible to all shooters while giving them a complete package.
• Safety Rules
• High Angle Cosine
• Marksmanship Fundamentals
• Benefits and Utilization of a Data Book
• External Ballistics
• Data Collection
• Reading/Calling Wind
• Effects of Weather
• Gear and Equipment Selection
• Rifle/Optic Manipulation
• Cleaning and Maintenance
Max Ordinate recommends each student possess a rifle that is capable of 1 minute of angle (MOA - 1 inch 3 round shot group at 100 yards). Rifle scopes with adjustable elevation and windage turrets are recommended or a Mil / MOA reticle. Max Ordinate has a supply of US Optic 3.2-17x rifle scopes available to those who need them at no additional cost. Rifle caliber must be a minimum of .223 Cal with a maximum of .338 Cal. The maximum velocity must not exceed 3100 fps.
• Ammunition: 250 (Match Grade)
• Notebook and Pencil
• Backpack or Daypack
• Ear and Eye Protection
• Shooting Gloves
• Ability to Carry 3 Quarts of Water
• Appropriate Footwear (no flippy-floppies)
• Appropriate Clothing (we shoot rain or shine)
**Binoculars, spotting scope, shooting mat and range finders are recommended, but not required.
***Students are advised that there will be zero tolerance for unsafe or reckless behavior. Any shooter deemed unsafe will forfeit their course fee and will be excused from the course.
Course Cost - $1000
Register at www.maxordinate.com
2420 Industry st.
Oceanside, CA 92054
Max Ordinate Academy Training Center
Apple Valley / Lucerne Valley, CA
Last edited by Max Ordinate Academy; 03-24-2014 at 10:07 AM..