HBH Extreme Long Range Exposure
Who can attend? Experienced precision shooters looking for additional exposure to extreme long range precision engagements (1000 yards plus) and who are looking for the finest amenities.
What does the package include? 4 days, 3 nights, total 1.5 days of long range precision training, one afternoon of extreme long range prairie dog hunting, one evening of night vision exposure, all upscale ranch meals, double occupancy lodging in our new lodge, all adult beverages, on site transportation and full access to our 20 range shooting facility with close to 1000 steel targets and ranges out to 2000 yards. All of this for $3000.
When is the experience? September 30 – October 3 2018, arrive on the 30th, training occurs the 1st and 2nd, prairie dog hunt the afternoon of the 2nd and depart on the 3rd.
Where is the location? The High Bar Homestead is set in the foothills of the Black Hills in the NE corner of Wyoming. Our facilities terrain consists of flat prairie to timbered foothills and is what can only be described as God’s Country. While secluded, our location is ideal for folks flying in as the Campbell County Airport is 30 minutes from our front gate. Rental cars are available at the airport.
Why would I attend? We have created the ultimate extreme long range training during the daytime and in the evenings enjoy bonfires, horse shoes, Hammerschlagen, front porch sitting and fellowship. Whether new to extreme long range shooter looking to learn the basics past 1000 yards or a seasoned vet wanting to polish your skills we’ll have you covered, all while enjoying the best meals, accommodations and instruction in the business. Oh, and if you bring a rifle caliber that can streach you’ll have bragging rights that you can nail a target out to a mile.
The High Bar Homestead is a professional firearms training facility that provides new and seasoned shooters the ability to push their knowledge and skills to the next level while providing a turnkey solution to lodging, meals and drinks, ranges and instruction. The Extreme Long Range Exposure is designed to stretch larger caliber rifles (.338 and up) out to extended ranges. The instruction provided will facilitate the finite detail needed to maximize your weapons potential while maintaining a strong focus on the fundamentals.
All shooters are welcome to attend no matter what caliber of rifle they have to shoot. We do recommend a minimum of a .308 for engagements to 1200, 6mm or 6.5 to a mile and .338 or bigger for the 2k targets. HBH is designed to accommodate all caliber rifles in this course. While we will maximize any rifle you bring, caliber may be a distance limitation on some of the targets provided.
Our Instructor (Matt Gibson) has been educating shooters in Precision Rifle for more than 20 years. His military, law enforcement and civilian training packages have been fine tuned to enhance the capabilities of everyone from Special Operations teams to PRS shooter. The instruction provided will be up-to-date information that is actively being used on foreign soil and in the competition realm.
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Contact Ryan (Tex) Yarnell at firstname.lastname@example.org or (423) 608-4401
A deposit of 50% is required to secure your spot with the other 50% due upon arrival. Payment can be made by check.
Equipment requirements for the Course:
1. A rifle capable of shooting and maintaining 1” groups at 100 yards
2. A minimum of 400 rounds of high quality ammunition. (This can be a blend if the shooter is bringing multiple rifles.)
3. Strelok Pro Application downloaded to your phone or tablet.
4. A scope with exposed turrets that dials in minutes or mils. The scope should also contain a minute or mil reticle.
5. Scope tools to make zero adjustments. (Allen wrench for your specific scope.)
6. Bipod (preferably adjustable.)
7. Pen and paper. (Data book if available.)
8. Rain and cool weather clothing.
9. Ear protection. (Electronic preferably)
10. Eye protection. (Sunglasses and clear)
Nice to have:
1. Kestrel 5700 w/ Applied Ballistics Software
2. Spotting Scope and tripod
3. Range Finder (capable of 2k yards)
4. If bringing a big bore, a second rifle to work fundamentals with a lighter caliber.
Note: Shooters are welcome to bring firearms of their choosing to train with. Please keep in mind, we will have a full schedule. However, we will do our best to fit alternate training into the program.
Rifles, gear and ammo may be shipped to the below to arrive between Sept 28th- 30th . Airlines also allow for the transport of firearms (check United regs). Ammo over 11 lbs should be shipped.
High Bar Homestead
Extreme Long Range
Att. Joe Smith (your name)
700 Horse Creek Rd
Gillette, WY 82716
Wanted to give everyone a heads-up on a great new class we're doing here soon at the High Bar - read on and let us know if you're interested in getting in on this unique and fun opportunity while there are slots open!
Who can attend? Beginner to Expert precision shooters looking for additional exposure to the precision shooting while enjoying the finest of amenities.
What will you experience? Includes; 4 days, 3 nights, total 2 full days of long range precision training, one day of prairie dog hunting, one evening of night vision exposure, upscale ranch cooking, double occupancy lodging in our new lodge, all adult beverages, on site transportation and full access to our 20 range shooting facility with close to 1000 steel targets.
When is the experience? 1-5 August 2018, arrive on the 1st, training occurs the 2nd, 3rd, prairie dog hunt on the 4th and depart on the 5th.
Where is the location? The High Bar Homestead is set in the foothills of the Black Hills in the NE corner of Wyoming. Our facilities terrain consists of flat prairie to timbered foothills and is what can only be described as God’s Country. While secluded, our location is ideal for folks flying in as the Campbell County Airport is 30 minutes from our front gate.
Why would I attend? We have created the ultimate Gentlemen’s shooting experience both during the day while training and in the evenings where the fellowship begins. Whether a new long range shooter looking to learn the basics or a seasoned vet wanting to polish your skills we’ll have you covered, all while enjoying the best meals, accommodations and instruction in the business.
Instruction provided by Recon Sniper Caylen Wojcik of Kalinski Consulting
(Kalinski Consulting & Training Services was founded by Caylen Wojcik. Caylen has amassed nearly 20 years worth of professional experience in the realm of precision shooting. Through reading and self-guided research, Caylen’s passion for precision shooting began at a very young age as he explored the fascinating components of the precision shooting system. His professional career began as a Marine Scout/Sniper, spending close to a decade immersed in the culture and learning how to create both basically trained and advanced Marine Scout/Snipers. During his time in the Marine Corps, Caylen served as both a basic and advanced sniper instructor training hundreds of Marines, to include elements of Naval Special Warfare, the US Army, and dozens of law enforcement agencies. Upon completion of his active duty service, Caylen went on to continue teaching professionals in the private security sector, law enforcement and military snipers, and responsible armed citizens. )
GEAR NEEDED: Basic Precision Rifle Gear List (we handle everything else)
Rifle capable of at least 1 Minute of Angle accuracy or better
Bipod with adjustable L/R cant
Easily adjustable sling (Recommended: Magpul MS1 Padded Sling)
Magnified optic with exposed target turret adjustments
If the rifle is capable of detachable magazines, 3x spare magazines
300 Rounds of Match ammunition (Hand loads are acceptable, but please understand you will be responsible for the performance of your ammunition and no refunds will be provided if your ammunition does not perform reliably, or accurately.)
Weapon/Optic Support Equipment:
One-piece cleaning rod
Appropriate cleaning solvents.
KG1 Carbon Remover
KG2 Bore Polish
Nylon bore brush
Appropriate pierce-style jag for your caliber
Lubricant oil for your bolt
Optic cleaning wipes and brush
Required tools for rifle and optic fasteners
Individual hydration system
Backpack/rucksack of sufficient size to carry all your gear
Arm coach (Recommended Gear: RE Factor Tactical)
Notebook, pens, pencils.
Cost is $4000
...and the snow is gone, the crack of shiny-new .224 Val ammo was heard echoing around our carbine ranges this week as some industry guests were up to brave the last of the cold while having a engineer-to-salesguy familiarization weekend. The nerds got to roll their eyes at the sales dudes lack of interior ballistics knowledge and feel cool for once, the sales team showed off their United 1K frequent flier cards and made the stuck-at-engineering-dungeon-desks nerds sad, but then everyone left the range happy, marching towards some hot-off-the-grill steaks at the Lodge. Tex and Kelsy even got to see and help zero in some neat rifles that aren't released yet, but are sworn to secrecy about. What happens at the High Bar... stays at the High Bar!