Hello from Black Hat Training Corps, BHTC (http://bhtcorps.com).
We have opened up our RECCE/DMR course for registration. This is an and/or course. You can bring rifles set up for either task and shoot them both if you wish.
30 second elevator description:
This is a high round count, long distance rifle course that focuses on practical employment of the AR platform rifle with magnified optics either 10+(DMR), or the 1-4 or 1-6 range (RECCE) out to the furthest possible distance. Both you and your platform will be pushed to their limits. We recommend 200-250 rounds for each class of rifle you bring. Bring more == shoot more.
If you don't know about us, feel free to ask openly here, on snipershide.com, pafoa.org or the njgunforums.
Full Info and registration: http://www.bhtcorps.com/?page_id=518
CONCEPTS OF INSTRUCTION:
DMR/SDM Definition, Role, and capabilities
Evolution and Demand of the DMR and RECCE platforms, and how it differs from other roles
A look at different and useful ways to configure both platforms
Review on range estimation
Practical Alternative zeroing techniques
SBU prone engagements
Significant amount of Reticle work
Multiple target engagement techniques
Distances for course shots are 100 to 800Y, with available targets to 1040Y if you want to go after them
Working with non-traditional support
Shooting from hasty positions
Some work on traditional unsupported positions
Full darkness night fire (green laser designator illuminated targets, no NV or suppressor required)
Scenario based final exam with pass or fail elements
Just to be clear, the 30-day rule between purchases is for handguns only, right? And that purchase would have no effect on buying a long gun?
So if I legally used one of my handgun P2Ps yesterday, I could legally buy a long gun today and tomorrow and every day between now and doomsday and I'd be legal? I just want to make sure the rule isn't 30 days between "any" gun purchases.
Well.......The shoe analogy works to a point. Once you clear the relative quality hurdle, Its not so much about what you paid, but how well it fits. If the cheaper shoe (or shotgun) fits, its the one for you.