The Allison Divide Ranch property consists of two major canyons with multiple smaller canyon fingers and gullies representing one of the best training environments available for shooting well beyond a mile. It gets even better, lodging is also included.
THE COURSE: The Positional & High Angle clinic delivers a combination of practical alternate position techniques coupled with high angle target engagements firing into valleys and up mountainsides. This course teaches shooters how to build stable shooting foundations in various positions while adding the practical academics and environment for high angle target engagement application. The course also covers:
AB Device Gun Profile ConfirmationWind Reading Strategies for High AnglePrimary and Secondary Effects of External BallisticsHigh Angle Trajectory External Ballistics EffectsAccounting for High Angle TrajectoriesBallistic Solver Employment - K5700 / GF701B / AB Mobile AppTripod Supported Firing PositionsBarricade Supported Firing PositionsCold Bore ApplicationAlternate Position LR Target EngagementsHigh Angle Target EngagementsMulti Target Engagements from Alternate Positions & High AnglesAlternate Position Rapid Holdover EngagementsTeam Spotting & Inter-team Dynamics
This course is conducted over two days with practical instruction and range time, culminating with numerous high angle and alternate position engagement scenarios. Learn how to account for high angles at range, and shoot from well established and stabilized tripod / barricade positions.
GENERAL: Shooters will receive a course information email a few days after completing the checkout process. The information packet will provide more detailed direction concerning guidance onto the ranch, lodging and kitchen facilities, airports, caliber and weapon system recommendations, equipment suggestions etc.
This course requires target engagement from alternate positions. ABTD strongly recommends course participants bring a practical LR system that can be shot from various alternate positions.
LODGING: Attendees are provided onsite accommodation at the ranch hunting lodge which comfortably sleeps eight shooters. There is no additional charge for shooter lodging.
MEALS: The hunting lodge features a full kitchen which is available for use for the duration of your stay. A refrigerator and freezer is also available for food storage. Catering is not included.
HOURS: Course participants are requested to meet at Sheffield, TX by 4:00pm the day before training commences. The AB Trainer will guide the course onto the ranch as a collective group. Formal course hours will be 8:00am – 5:00pm. Trainers will also be available for informal follow up discussion and questions upon completion of each day.
PRE-REQS: Must be a US citizen or US person. Participants must be able to produce proof of citizenship or residency status upon request. Participants must possess competence in exercising weapon safety and handling. We recommend you have a basic familiarity with your chosen AB device so that AB trainers can concentrate on alternate position and high angle instruction.
PHYSICAL: You don't have to be fit, but be prepared for multiple days of range shooting regardless of unfavorable weather conditions.
EQUIPMENT: Bring your personal AB device or take the opportunity to select between a training Kestrel 5700 ELITE AB or Garmin Foretrex 701B.
Please note the recommended equipment list and restrictions when preparing for this course.
T&C: ABTD reserves the right to cancel courses due to lack of attendance numbers, unforeseen circumstances, or extreme weather conditions. Please read and understand our cancellation and refund policies before course purchase.
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