Are you ready to learn what your rifle is really capable of?
Are you getting bored with the same old target shooting from a stationary bench?
Do you want to improve your rifle shooting skills in a variety of different situations in different environments?
A “yes” answer to any of these questions means that you are ready for Platform Rifle 1, a rifle training course that takes you out of your comfort zone and into a whole new gunfighting mindset.
The Platform Rifle 1 course at Cross Valley Training takes the rifle marksmanship fundamentals you have previously learned and applies them to real world scenarios. This type of rifle training will help you to understand how your rifle works in situations outside of the structured and limited target practice you’ve experienced at the range. You’ll take part in essential rifle training that will help prepare you for any type of situation that requires proficient handling, moving, and usage of your rifle.
In your day of instruction with Cross Valley Training, you’ll learn the following platform rifle techniques and drills:
The best marksmen, gunfighters, and firearm owners all have one thing in common – they know their firearm systems like the back of their hand. These people have spent countless hours training with their firearms. They know exactly how their firearms work. They know the strengths and weaknesses of every platform they use. In other words, they are one with their gun.
The Platform Rifle 1 course is the perfect way to lay a strong foundation for your platform rifle training. This one day course will teach you everything you need to know to build and maintain essential rifle shooting skills in an exciting and challenging environment. In fact, this fundamental rifle training course will prepare you to take your firearms training to the next level with Cross Valley’s advanced rifle courses.
The Platform Rifle 1 course is held on a primitive range. This means that this range lacks modern luxuries such as bathrooms or other facilities.
This range is a cold range. No loaded firearms are allowed except during training, and only when your instructor tells you when you are to load your firearm.
Bring a lunch with you. We will not be leaving the range until the training day is complete.