Is the Shooter Ready?
Previously called Version 3, released in 2010, the Basic Training version teaches new as well as seasoned shooters the basics exterior ballistics for long range shooting.
Black Hills .224 diameter
77 grain Sierra HPBT
Sierra 264 diameter
142 grain (6.5 mm)
|300 Win Mag
180 grain Power Point
Sierra .308 diameter
175 grain HPBT Match King
Black Hills .338 diameter
338 Lapua 250 grain Sierra HPBT
Hornady .510 diameter
750 grain AMAX
MIL or MOA turret adjustment
1/10 mil MIL turret adjustment
Quarter-minute clicks MOA turret adjustment.
Four different reticle choices
Oval mil dot, round mil dot plus lines, mil lines, and MOA lines
First and Second focal plane zoom
10X fixed power, 20X second focal plane (custom reticle, the target enlarges but the reticle does not), 20X first focal plane (target and reticle enlarges)
Four different target sizes
Practice MIL or MOA ranging on four different target sizes. A 12" X 12" swinging plate, a 30" X 18" knock-down plate, 48" X 48" steel knock-down plate and a regulation 72" X 19" knock-down plate.
Ranges include uphill/downhill shooting, temperature variations over the course of a day, and differential wind challenges. The .223 courses offer moving targets, targets under partial cover, and hostage situations.
The stages should be used to get a "feel" for changing conditions. The data is not meant to be used to practice with a caliber, but can be used to understand how conditions affect different calibers. The stages are an extension of the classroom sections. Getting a good score is only part of the experience.
In all you get over 300 different ranging exercises with variable wind and other atmospheric conditions.
Every serious shooter should understand minute of angle and exterior ballistics. Learn how to use the reticle to estimate range, adjust for wind, how to use a range card and engage moving targets in Classroom modules. These subjects and more are also explained with interactive tests.