Special operations sniper Ryan Cleckner teaches techniques for overcoming wind practical's, environmental effects, and much more in his second volume of Long Range Shooting.
Ryan introduces the Long Range Rifle Shooting training Part 2 with an overview of what will be included in the instruction.
Ryan demonstrates the process to collect your data for the shooting environment and setup your rifle to take a long range shot. Compare the data from ballistic software to your own data, then fine tune it yourself.
Ryan demonstrates how to read the wind during your setup. Wind holds a lot of variables for the shooter. Every setup is affected differently.
Ryan outlines the process he has developed for himself, to setup for a shot. There are multiple options in developing your process. Just make sure it fits you.
Ryan demonstrates the variations of angles in long range shooting, and how to both measure for the angle, and compensate for them.
Ryan demonstrates the range estimation process, and milling a target. He goes through the conversion formulas, and how to get the right data output.
Ryan demonstrates the process to level your rifle and explains the importance of keeping it level and reducing rifle can’t.
Ryan demonstrates the various environmental effects on your shooting situation. Learn to evaluate the conditions and adjust for them.
Ryan discusses the various tools, technology, and resources to help the average shooter become more informed, and become a better shooter. Learn to use tech, but remember it’s just a tool.
Ryan shares his perspectives on common errors in long range shooting. He provides insights and hacks to help you know how to correct these errors.
Ryan demonstrates the setup and technics to effectively shoot at a target that is 1 mile away. And he is right on target.