LPVO Employment Courses
LPVO Employment Courses
LPVO Employment Courses
LPVO Employment Courses
LPVO Employment Courses
LPVO Employment Courses

LPVO Employment Courses

Precio habitual $750.00

Low Powered Variable Optic
Employment Course

The LPVO Employment Course is a three-day, 24-hour class that focuses on the setup, understanding & employment of a Carbine with a mounted Low Power Variable Optic. During the course shooters will be introduced to Range Estimation, Ballistics, Wind Reading, Magnified Optics, Unknown Distance (UKD) & Team Shoots. Shooters will also be exposed to standard and non-standard shooting positions. Engagement distances will range from 3 yards to 800 yards. 

This class is recommended for Shooters of all skill levels & backgrounds that are serious about learning and gaining confidence in both themselves & their system.

Class size, cost & capability varies depending on range capabilities. With large classes, Assistant instructors with exceptional skills & knowledge will be teaching as well, to keep present for all Shooters.

FOR SAWMILL TRAINING ONLY: Book a room on site at Sawmill Training with the link below.


What To Expect

Day 1

  • Weapons Safety
  • Fundamentals
  • Gear Set Up
  • Standard Positions
  • Rifle Zeroing
  • Intro To Magnified Optics
  • Priorities Of Work
  • Grouping Drills
  • White Space (allowed for individual shooter development)

Day 2

  • Zero Confirmation
  • Grouping Drills
  • Close Quarters Holds
  • Close Quarters Drills
  • Kit/Weapon Management Class
  • Speed Reload Drills
  • Tac Reload Drills
  • Barricade Drills
  • Movement Drills

Day 3

  • Zero Confirmation
  • Grouping Drills
  • Intro To Wind Reading
  • Intro To Ballistics
  • Rifle Truing
  • Analyzing/Fine Tuning Fundamentals
  • Intro To Range Estimation
  • UKD/KD Drills
  • Range Card/Target Reference Points
  • Non-Standard Positions
  • Team Shoots
  • Culminating Shooting Event


  • Rifle
  • 1-4x, 1-6x, 1-8x, 1-10x, 1-12x Optic
  • Bolt Action or Semi Auto
  • Any Cal
  • Bipod
  • Sling
  • 350-400 Rounds, Preferably Match Grade (no steel core or AP)
  • Ear Protection, Eye Protection (sunglasses & clear)
  • Food & A Lot of Water
  • Note Taking Gear
  • Weapons Maintenance Gear
  • 3 magazines minimum
  • Kestrel Ballistics/Phone-GEO Ballistics/Hornady 4DoF (familiarize yourself with the app prior to class)


  • Go Bag Day Pack/Rifle Pack (Optional)
  • Gun Belt, Chest Rig or Plate Carrier (Optional)
  • Range Finder (Optional)
  • Bang Bag, Sand Sock, Rear Bag
  • Tripod (Optional)
  • Allen Keys, Star Keys, Screw Drivers
  • Microfiber Cloth
  • Gun Oils/Grease
  • Jacket & Hat/Boonie Type Cover, Pants (no shorts)
  • Sketch Book (Optional)
  • Chapstick, Sunblock
  • Shooting Mat
  • Chair/Stool

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