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Formation 2.0 - Bloc1

Block on the basic knowledge that all hunters and shooters must understand and master in order to be as effective as possible when shooting.
Module 1.1 Rifle - Explanations of the different parts of a rifle.
Module 1.2 Optics - Explanations of the different components and specifications of a riflescope.
Module 1.3 Rings, bipods, and others - Explanations of the equipment to add on a rifle, how to choose the appropriate one and how to use it properly.
Module 1.4 Behind the scenes equipment - Essential equipment used before or after the shooting session.
Module 1.5 Field equipment - Equipment that is not indispensable for shooting, but that greatly simplifies the tasks.
Module 2.1 Getting the rifle ready - How to assemble the scope and other parts on a new or completely dismantled rifle.
Module 2.2 How to get the velocity of a projectile - How to obtain the velocity of a projectile.
Module 2.3 Maintaining your rifle and breaking in the barrel. - Maintenance of the rifle and breaking in a new barrel.
Module 2.4 Taking care of your equipment and ammunition - How to properly maintain secondary equipment and how to properly look after your ammunition.
Module 3.1 Mils and Moa - Explanation of milliradians and angular minutes.
Module 3.2 Ballistic coefficient - Explanation of the number quantifying the flight performance of projectiles, the ballistic coefficient.
Module 3.3 Gyroscopic stability - Explanation of the phenomenon allowing our projectile to fly.
Module 3.4 Wind and spin drift - How to read the wind and explanation of the Spin Drift.
Module 3.5 Rifle’s physical reactions - Explanations of different reactions of our rifle during and after firing.
Module 3.6 Ballistics and ballistic charts - Explanations of the factors affecting the flying projectile and design conception of a ballistic chart
Module 4.1 Fundamentals of Being in Control - Introduction and explanations of the five shooting principles.
Module 4.2 Positioning - Introduction and explanations of the three main firing positions.

59.99CAD

Formation 2.0 - Bloc1

Duration: 4h 36m
Difficulty:

Formation 2.0 - Bloc2

Block covering the three fundamental aspects that a hunter and a shooter must understand in order to advance to the next level.
Module 1.1 Your rifle and what happens down range - Demonstration of the point of impact of our projectile reaction in relation to some modifications or physical reactions of the rifle.
Module 1.2 Optics, simplicity = fast - Concepts related to the efficient use of our riflescope
Module 2.1 Ballistic curve - Explanation of the different stages travelled by our projectile in flight.
Module 2.2 Choosing the right caliber and ammunition type - How to choose the right bullet for your rifle and type of shooting and / or hunting.
Module 2.3 What the bullet velocity tells us - Teaching some of the factors affecting projectile velocity and the results of these variants at the target.
Module 2.4 For varmint hunters - Explanation of the Danger Space and how to use it to our advantage.
Module 3.1 Dry firing and mental prep - What is a shooting routine, how to set it up and muscle memory training.
Module 3.2 That’s it! - Advanced positions and training outside the box.

49.99CAD

Formation 2.0 - Bloc2

Duration: 1h 45m
Difficulty:

Formation 2.0 - Bloc3

Covering equipment explanations, techniques and an advanced level of ballistics for shooters wanting to push their limits at the shooting range.
Module 1.1 One step further - Review and study of the procedures, the equipment and the techniques necessary for long and precise shots.
Module 1.2 If the target moves away - Explanations of the interaction between the material and the results in the field.
Module 2.1 Ballistic Coefficient - Review and study of the ballistic coefficient from a more advanced technical point of view.
Module 2.2 Gyroscopic Stability - Detailed study of certain principles of external ballistics and gyroscopic stability.
Module 2.3 The wind, part 2 - Study of techniques, equipment and notions used to adjust the trajectory of our projectile in windy situations.
Module 2.4 The finish line - Study of terminal ballistics.

39.99CAD

Formation 2.0 - Bloc3

Duration: 1h 13m
Difficulty:

Formation 2.0 - Complete

Bloc focused on the basic knowledge that all hunters and shooters need to fully understand and control to be most effective when firing.
Module 1.1 Rifle - Explanations of the different parts of a rifle.
Module 1.2 Optics - Explanations of the different components and specifications of a riflescope.
Module 1.3 Rings, bipods, and others - Explanations of the equipment to add on a rifle, how to choose the appropriate one and how to use it properly.
Module 1.4 Behind the scenes equipment - Essential equipment used before or after the shooting session.
Module 1.5 Field equipment - Equipment that is not indispensable for shooting, but that greatly simplifies the tasks.
Module 2.1 Getting the rifle ready - How to assemble the scope and other parts on a new or completely dismantled rifle.
Module 2.2 How to get the velocity of a projectile - How to obtain the velocity of a projectile.
Module 2.3 Maintaining your rifle and breaking in the barrel. - Maintenance of the rifle and breaking in a new barrel.
Module 2.4 Taking care of your equipment and ammunition - How to properly maintain secondary equipment and how to properly look after your ammunition.
Module 3.1 Mils and Moa - Explanation of milliradians and angular minutes.
Module 3.2 Ballistic coefficient - Explanation of the number quantifying the flight performance of projectiles, the ballistic coefficient.
Module 3.3 Gyroscopic stability - Explanation of the phenomenon allowing our projectile to fly.
Module 3.4 Wind and spin drift - How to read the wind and explanation of the Spin Drift.
Module 3.5 Rifle’s physical reactions - Explanations of different reactions of our rifle during and after firing.
Module 3.6 Ballistics and ballistic charts - Explanations of the factors affecting the flying projectile and design conception of a ballistic chart
Module 4.1 Fundamentals of Being in Control - Introduction and explanations of the five shooting principles.
Module 4.2 Positioning - Introduction and explanations of the three main firing positions.
Block focussed on the three fundamental aspects that a hunter and a shooter must understand in order to progress to the next level.
Module 1.1 Your rifle and what happens down range - Demonstration of the point of impact of our projectile reaction in relation to some modifications or physical reactions of the rifle.
Module 1.2 Optics, simplicity = fast - Concepts related to the efficient use of our riflescope
Module 2.1 Ballistic curve - Explanation of the different stages travelled by our projectile in flight.
Module 2.2 Choosing the right caliber and ammunition type - How to choose the right bullet for your rifle and type of shooting and / or hunting.
Module 2.3 What the bullet velocity tells us - Teaching some of the factors affecting projectile velocity and the results of these variants at the target.
Module 2.4 For varmint hunters - Explanation of the Danger Space and how to use it to our advantage.
Module 3.1 Dry firing and mental prep - What is a shooting routine, how to set it up and muscle memory training.
Module 3.2 That’s it! - Advanced positions and training outside the box.
Block covering explanations of the equipment, the techniques and an advanced level of ballistics for shooters wishing to push their limits on the range.
Module 1.1 One step further - Review and study of the procedures, the equipment and the techniques necessary for long and precise shots.
Module 1.2 If the target moves away - Explanations of the interaction between the material and the results in the field.
Module 2.1 Ballistic Coefficient - Review and study of the ballistic coefficient from a more advanced technical point of view.
Module 2.2 Gyroscopic Stability - Detailed study of certain principles of external ballistics and gyroscopic stability.
Module 2.3 The wind, part 2 - Study of techniques, equipment and notions used to adjust the trajectory of our projectile in windy situations.
Module 2.4 The finish line - Study of terminal ballistics.

139.99CAD

Formation 2.0 - Complete

Duration: 7h 34m

FAQ

Q: Why choosing this online shooting course?

The video format of precision shooting training makes it easy to follow, learn and remember. It’s quick, easy and helps you hone your precision shooting skills. Our courses are meticulously developed and taught by an experienced and professional team. You can learn at your own pace, from the location of your choice. The courses are interesting, with over 7 hours of content. You will be able to improve your knowledge enhance your skills and become more confident in the field.

Q: Who teaches the online shooting courses?

The courses are given by Michael Desrosiers, a former sniper of the Canadian Armed Forces. Michael has been an active shooter since 2012. He trains hunters and sport shooters in a digital training and has been practicing for several years. To see his complete bio click here.

Q: How can I access to the online video training?

By creating an account on longrangehunter.tv and purchasing the blocks of your choice by credit card. Once the payment is made, you will get a personalized link that will give you access to the shooting course on the evice of your choice, and you will be able to access it at any time, only requiring an internet connection.

Q: How long will I have access to the online shooting courses I purchase?

Once purchased, access to your training is unlimited.

Q: How long does each training module last?

The online shooting courses are divided into three blocks. In each of the blocks you have a different number of modules whose total duration is 7.14 hours. Block 1 includes 17 videos for a total of 4h43. Block 2 includes 8 videos for a total of 1h36 and Block 3 includes 6 videos for a total of 1h13.

Q: Who should take these online shooting courses?

The shooting courses are intended for all hunting and spot shooting enthusiasts, whether professionals or enthusiasts. The notions taught will serve you for a lifetime in your shooting techniques and you will be able to improve your shooting skills. Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced shooter, the shooting courses will allow you to acquire new knowledge. The training blocks are divided according to degrees of skills and experience.

Q: What will I get out of this shooting training?

The e-learning model is quick and easy. You will learn the basics of shooting and maximize your skills on the shooting triangle: Equipment, Ballistics and Positioning.

Q: Can women take the shooting course?

Certainly, the community of women who sign up for our shooting courses is growing. The precision shooting notions are for everyone and allow everyone to see a noticeable improvement in their long distance shooting techniques.

Q: I’m an enthusiast hunter, are the courses are relevant to me?

Absolutely, shooting courses are for both professionals and enthusiasts! These courses are designed to improve your knowledge and skills for precision shooting. Ethical shooting is an important notion that we really care about. By learning precision shooting, the chances of injuring an animal are reduced and hunting becomes more ethical.

Q: Why doing precision shooting courses online?

The basic idea is to make a precise and efficient shot, so as not to hurt the animal. Because the content is important and broad, online training allows self-paced learning. From the moment it was created and put online, the success of the course has been overwhelming. We decided to improve it, and we now offer you the 2.0 training, an improved and bilingual version. Customers appreciate being able to take the shooting training at their own pace and access the training from the comfort of their home, cottage or on the shooting range.