RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP TRAINING CAMPS
PR1- LEVEL 1
PR2 - LEVEL 2
PR3 - LEVEL 3
This training is open to anyone (+18 YEARS) including individuals with no prior experience in shooting AS WELL AS licensed shooters who have their own rifle and equipment.
This training is suitable:
If you have never shot before but want to train in the safe and responsible use of firearms and have a greater understanding of firearms theory and marksmanship.
If you are an accomplished shooter but have never undertaken formal training in marksmanship or precision shooting fundamentals.
If you are prospective or current Defence Force or law enforcement personnel looking to supplement or enhance current skills in accordance with best-practice and higher level skills and proficiency requirements.
Each student must present a current National Police Clearance Certificate
PRECISION RIFLE - LEVEL 1
Check our ‘EVENTS’ tab above for upcoming dates.
Long Range Precision Rifle Shooting is becoming more popular due to the number of well trained veterans leaving the services yet continuing on with their skills in a competitive setting. To shoot accurately over long ranges, a marksman is required to employ their understanding of the effect the environment and atmospherics has on their ammunition, and to undertake a number of calculations to ensure they hit their targets on the first shot.
The process of instilling the appropriate mindset, assessing the environment, developing expertise in the tools, working as a tight-knit team and employing these exacting skills to achieve an outcome where there is little margin for error, are transferrable skills in any environment, trade, craft or profession. This is why we conduct this training at theMill.
During this fundamentals training package we provide students with a basic understanding of the fundamental theory of long range marksmanship including but not limited to:
Fundamental weapons safety
Selection of optics, rifles and ammunition
Principles and theory of small arms fire and marksmanship
Various firing positions and recoil management
Preparation before firing and cleaning/inspection after firing
The basic roles and responsibilities of a precision shooting team
Range finding and judging distance
Introduction to long-range accuracy shooting
The training is conducted over 2-days and includes:
Theoretical and practical weapons training;
Target shooting at ranges up to 2000m.
0800 Saturday to 1700 Sunday (arrive Friday night for early start AM Saturday)
All staff are accomplished, licensed and qualified ex-military combat veterans with extensive international experience in weapons training, safety and elite-level marksmanship.
Location FOR ALL P.R. COURSES
Map: Toodyay, WA
Please note the costs for the course do not include the cost for ammunition which you will be using that is supplied by staff.
Ammunition packs can be purchased in advance for upcoming training courses. These packs consist of 50 rounds in the calibre suited to the weapons being supplied by theMill for the course (i.e. for PR courses .308; and for PP courses 9mm). Each course will have a minimum recommended quantity of ammunition required to achieve the competencies of the course.
For each we recommend you at least purchase the minimum recommended quantities.
For PR courses we recommend a minimum of 100 rounds.
Our staff will provide you with the link to our online shop to purchase these packs upon application via email.
Students will need to bring:
Own food and beverages for 2 and a half days
Swag or tent and bedding/sleeping-bag suitable for rain and wintery conditions
Clothing suitable for outdoor adventure activity in cold weather
Enclosed footwear for outdoor activity
See additional kit list below
If you are supplying your own firearm and ammunition, you must bring:
A licensed firearms with suitable bipod and scope+
Good quality factory or tuned hand-loaded ammunition+
TheMill will supply:
Long range precision rifles (if required);
Bathroom and amenities;
Ammunition required for the training (if required);
Other precision shooting tools;
Targets and range equipment;
Price on application. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
*Must be verified prior to the training course.
+If you are bringing your own firearms and ammunition:
You must be licensed and registered for that weapon;
It must be a bolt action rifle;
The calibre must be less than .338 cal; and
We recommend that you have your firearm and scope inspected by a licensed gunsmith for serviceability prior to the course. Serviceability checks are recommended to ensure that the firearm is correctly set-up to last the duration of the course. For WA residents, contact DC Precision for more information.