As with any skill, long range precision rifle shooting requires proper practice and can be enhanced by periodic “tune-ups” from professionals. This must be built upon a solid foundation, and few shooters invest in long range precision rifle training. We enjoy helping shooters improve their skills whether beginner, intermediate or advanced. Whether you would like a one-time private lesson for 2 hours, 2 days or a week, or would prefer a weekly session; our coaches stand ready to help civilian shooters achieve your shooting goals.
Shooting long range precision rifles is to shooting sports what golf is to ball sports. It is a bit more complex & complicated, and there are many small aspects that require an intellectual mind. It is what the smartest “shooting sports people” do. Most hunters never shoot beyond 400 yards, and that is a wise and ethical choice for 99.9% of hunters. If you are interested in reaching out further, either for sport or for hunting, your long range precision rifle training & practice will also be aided by a professional coach, and I hope you will choose me. It is also a challenging and rewarding hobby and the satisfaction of a bullet landing on target from 1,000 yards, 1500 yards or a mile is incredible!
I consider long range precision shooting to be my favorite shooting sport. Just as we had great success ‘inventing” the luxury entertainment multi-gun rifle and pistol experience that is now copied the world over, so we are developing the best long range rifle shooting program in the world. -Shepard Humphries
About Long Range Precision Rifle Training in Wyoming
Our world class long range precision rifle instructors can be hired with a 2-hour minimum in Jackson Hole Wyoming. Included in your Jackson Hole session can be several scoped .22 rifles, a 223 carbine, a scoped long range rifle in .308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, 7mm Rem Mag, a 300WM and a .338 Lapua. We provide cold water, snacks, range fees, targets, range setup & cleanup and private instruction. When we plan your training we can hone in on equipment needs. Yes, you may bring a second shooter at no additional cost.
From 2 hours to a customized 1-week intensive course, we look forward to helping civilians develop their long range precision rifle skills.
Long Range Shooting Options in Wyoming, Idaho & Montana
We are happy to meet with you in Jackson Hole Wyoming, or at a location of your choosing. Whether “Long Range” to you means 300 yards or 2500 yards, we look forward to helping you exceed your expectations of yourself.
- Long Range Rifle in Jackson, Wyoming (Out to 600 yards) – Starting at $350 + ammo for 2 hours
- Nomad Rifleman in the high desert about an hour’s drive from Jackson Hole Wyoming. (Out to 2,800 yards) -Starting at $3,300 for 1 day. Several shooting locations and over a dozen steel targets.
- Long Range Rifle in Rexburg, Idaho (Out to 1,200 yards) – Starting at $3,500 1 day, includes transportation from Jackson Hole, a sack lunch, rifles, coaching and 1,000 yard paper target marking by a second coach after each shot as well as a dozen steel targets from 600 yards out to 1200 yards.
- Nomad Rifleman in the high desert about an hour’s drive from Jackson Hole Wyoming. (Out to 3,000 yards) -Starting at $4,300 for 1 day. Several shooting locations and over a dozen steel targets with ranges from 100 yards to 2,200 yards.
- Nomad Rifleman in the high desert about an hour’s drive from Bozeman, Montana. (Out to 1,800 yards) -Starting at $6,300 for 1 day
- Shepard’s Journey To One Mile Bespoke Shooting Adventure (Out to 2,200 yards) – Starting at $25,000 for two shooters for three days including lodging & meals.
- *”Starting at…” Because each experience is different, we customize prices for each experience. If you want to provide your own ATV, guns & ammunition, pricing is closer to starting price. We do not want to “nickel & dime” however we want to be fair. Contact us for a customized quote.
Long Range Rifle Purchase Consultation
We will also happily assist with helping you build a rifle that is right for you and your goals as well. Our clients have learned that purchasing a rifle “off the shelf” without proper research is not always wise.
Why might you prefer a .260 Remington to a .308 Winchester or what about a 6.5 Creedmoor? Perhaps a .338 Lapua, a 7mm Mag or a .223 would be better for your unique situation or maybe a 375 Cheytac or Ruger Precision Rifle would be best for your budget and needs? What are the best brands? Best scopes? We look forward to providing you with advice or even a turnkey solution.