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Wisconsin Firearms Training Center
12730 W Burleigh Rd, Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005
Whether you hunt or compete, the ability to hit your target at a distance under a variety of conditions is the key to success. This three-day course provides an unprecedented opportunity to refine and develop your precision rifle skills on a top-notch 1000-yard outdoor range!
Lt. Paul Renkas (rt.) of Snipercraft, Inc., is bringing his Precision Rifle course to WFTC and Highlands Firearms Training Academy. Spend three full days with Paul as he teaches you about optic systems, ballistic theory, and basic skills needed to shoot accurately at longer distances.
Currently residing in Arizona, Paul is a Wisconsin native who served with the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department for 28 years. He spent 18 years on the Tactical Enforcement unit where he held positions as trainer, Assistant Team leader, Sniper, Sniper Team Leader and Assistant Commander. Paul also taught the Basic Sniper, Advanced Sniper and Cold Weather Operations courses at Waukesha County Technical College, and is a Wisconsin State Certified Firearms instructor for pistol and carbine.
Paul is an accomplished long-distance shooter, competing at the 2003 Sniper Craft Challenge where he won 1st place out of 70 international teams. He has successfully completed the Snipercraft Basic, Advanced, Supervisor and Instructor courses and is currently one of only 4 certified Sniper Craft instructors nationwide. We’re thrilled to offer this course, and we know that you’re going to enjoy it, too!
The 8-hour classroom portion is held at WFTC on Friday, May 18.
The 16-hour range portion is held on Saturday and Sunday, May 19 & 20, at Highlands Firearms Training Academy in Cascade, WI, on the outdoor 1000-yard range.
Enrollment is limited, so register now to lock in your spot! Course runs rain or shine.
Center-fire rifle with a scope (Rental may be available. Contact WFTC to reserve.)
Ammunition — 250 rounds of ammunition for the rifle
Eye and hearing protection
Shooting mat and spotting scope recommended. (We will have some available for use if needed.)