Sierra 64 Kestrel and Wind Edmonton Canada 24 April

Sierra 64 Riflecraft, Kestrel and Wind, 24 April 2021, Genesee Range West of Edmonton, Alberta.

Sierra 64 Riflecraft provides customized training to small groups and individuals in precision rifle, carbine and pistol.

We do not run pre-packaged course. Each training session is tailored to fit the needs of the individual or group. We can help fast-forward your learning, saving you years of time, ammo, money, and frustration.

Join us as we explore what our students have asked for; the Accuracy First features of the Kestrel 5700 Elite. These techniques are mil dependent, and are designed to get rapid hits, especially on multiple targets, while lightening the mental load on the shooter.

After confirming MV Calibration, we will cover;
Maximum Point Blank Range
Speed Drop / Dial Down
12 inch rule

Then, in a field firing environment, we will apply the wind techniques;
Basic Wind
Quick Wind
Wind Dots (For Tremor reticles)

You will then be given a month's worth of homework to cement your learning, enabling you to employ it in your particular application.

You will need a centerfire precision rifle and a scope with milradian turrets and milradian reticle, only, along with basic shooting gear.

Use our Kestrel 5700 Elite, or bring your own.

Due to the highly technical nature of this class, we are restricting it to only 8 students. Only four spots remain at this time. We require you to arrive with a zeroed rifle, with elevations you are confident in.

Our instructors are all retired or active duty military snipers or weapons instructors with a wealth of training, competition and operational experience. We maintain a 4:1 student to instructor ratio to maximize learning.

7 1/2 hours of Training and a month of Practice is $350 per person.

For more information or to register email

We look forward to helping you make your Good, Better, and your Better, Best!

Ben :)
Ben Klick
Sgt (Ret'd)
Master Sniper

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