The Warrior Poet Society answers a call; it is a call for a more elite protector. Warrior Poets are those who train and fight for higher purpose. They are members of a rare fraternity of warriors who fight with intellect, conviction, and great skill. Motivated by a love for others, Warrior Poets become students of the art of war so that they may triumph when the enemy calls.
Ryan explains the key fundamentals to being an effective shooter. Applying the fundamentals of proper trigger control is all about steady consistent pressure on the trigger. Focus on the reticle is a basic skill to refine. And you must have a steady platform to be accurate.
Ryan demonstrates the process of elimination to properly refine your ocular focus and be tuned into your reticle. Bore sighting is fundamental to zeroing your rifle. Adjusting the reticle is all about precision. Fire rifle in a group to use data for adjustments.
Ryan demonstrates the two angular measurement concepts, which are minutes of angle, and mils. Minutes of angle is the older more traditional process. Mils is the newer metric way to setup the angular measurements in your rifle.
Ryan discusses the various effects on your bullet as it is traveling. Gravity has an effect on your bullet. Wind is another key factor to account for in bullet travel. Environmental effects on your bullet matter as well. Chart your data to know how to adjust.
Ryan explains why collecting your DOPE is so important. DOPE stands for Data On Previous Engagements. Using this reference data will help you be more efficient and effective. Dial it in and write it down for future reference.
Ryan discusses the methods for improving your shooting skills. Calling your shots is critical to making real improvements. Dry practicing is a good way to get lots of repetition and is more cost effective than live ammo.