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4-Day Sniper Camp – San Antonio, New Mexico

Through a combination of classroom instruction and practical application, students will be able to employ various precision marksmanship and bushcraft skills that Marine Corps Scout Snipers use to enhance their observation skills, understand concealment techniques, locate and accurately engage targets at long distances and on elevated positions. 

Students will then have the opportunity to test their new found skills on a mock sniper mission.

Handgun & Rifle Training
Fundamentals
  • Equipment selection and set up
  • Zeroing procedures
  • Prone shooting essentials
  • Introduction to alternate shooting positions
  • Scope operation and manipulation
  • Introduction to angle shooting
  • Adjusting for distance
  • Adjusting for wind
  • Shooting data collection
  • Introduction to ballistics
Run & Gun Course
Scope Theory
  • Milradian and MOA
  • Range estimation formulas
  • Hold overs
Force-on-Force Tournament
Concealment techniques
  • Use of vegetation
  • Loop hole shooting
  • Introduction to hide building
  • Introduction to stalking
  • Introduction to camouflage
Knife Fighting Skills
Observation Techniques
  • KIMS game
  • Sketching
  • Range cards
  • Optics use
  • Wind call/reading
  • Night time/day time observation
Hand to Hand Combat
Terrain Exploitation
  • Basic terrain reading
  • Basic route planning
  • Movement basics
  • Day time and night time movement
  • Sniper deployment procedures
Hand to Hand Combat
Final Sniper mission
  • Tested on skills learned
  • Plan and execute a mission
  • Work as a two man sniper team
  • Move in undetected and gather information
  • Locate high value target
  • Engage target and exfil

Upcoming Sniper Camps

October 24-27th, 2019

Questions?

The Ranch

The Sniper Camp is run at our private 300-acre ranch in San Antonio, NM. Not only do we have the 300 acres to play on, but we also have access to another 4000 acres that we use for the FINAL Stalk & Shoot test. Do you have what it takes to pass the test?

Travel

If you’re within driving distance, you are more than welcome to drive out to the ranch. But if you are flying in, we have a van that will pick you up from the Albuquerque airport and drop you off so you don’t have to worry about the extra expense of renting a vehicle.

Weapon & Gear

At this camp you will need to bring your own long range precision rifle, 300 rounds of ammo, binoculars or spotting scope, calculator, day pack, hydration bladder, long sleeved shirts, and hat/boonie.

Food & Shelter

Another benefit of this event is that your food and sleeping quarters are provided in the cost. We built a 1280 sq ft off the grid bunkhouse out of shipping containers that can sleep up to 16 people. Yes, you will be sharing a room and bonding with your other teammates.

Final Sniper Mission

Students will be tested on the skills they learn through a mock sniper mission.  Students will be given a FRAGO. They will then plan and execute their mission plan.

Working as a two-man sniper team, their mission is to link up with contacts in the AO to determine the location of a terrorist camp where a high value target will be.  Students will move in undetected to a location where they can gather information about the camp. They will need to confirm and identify the target.  They will engage the target and exfil to an LZ.

Prerequisites To Attend Camp

  • Must have basic rifle knowledge
  • Must have understanding of weapon safety. 
  • Rifle must be in good working order

  • Rifle zeroed. Bore sighted at very least
  • Be in average physical shape (preferred)

Meet Your Instructors

Hand to Hand Combat
Romeo Santiago

Romeo Santiago has a combined 20 years of military and law enforcement experience.

He began his military career as an infantryman with 2nd Bn 4th Mar where he held several assignments from team leader to a squad leader.  He went through selection and became a Scout Sniper.  He deployed as a Scout Sniper Team Leader to Ramadi, Iraq in 2004 where his team was involved in several firefights and ambushes.  Some have been documented in various published books.  He trained several Marines in the use of various weapons systems, tactics, ballistics, range estimation, scope theory, stalking, high angle shooting etc.

Romeo began a career in law enforcement in 2006 as a deputy sheriff with a southern California agency.  He held various assignments from patrol, boating unit, off road unit and investigations.  He was a team member of that agency’s Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team and was a Team Leader for the unit’s sniper team.  During his time with SERT, he conducted several high-risk entries, prisoner transports, narcotic search warrants and surveillance operations.  He also developed and implemented a sniper team selection and training protocol for the department.  He left that agency and is currently a sex crimes investigator for another southern California agency.

Romeo is a certified California Peace Officer Standards and Training as a range master.  He has successfully trained multiple peace officers in various firearms and tactics.

His experience brings a unique perspective in tactics and overall combat mindset.

Knife Fighting Skills
Nick Rians
  • Former US Marine – Golf 2/4 Infantry Battalion
    • Urban Warfare Specialist
    • Rifle Range Instructor
    • Squad Tactics
    • Close Combat Instructor
    • Infantry Platoon Sgt

    Former Police Officer

    NRA Certified Instructor – Handgun, Rifle, Shotgun, and Protection In The Home

    Former Instructor at Firearms Training Associates & Surefire Institute

    • Live Fire Entry & Advanced Live Fire Entry
    • CCW & CCW Scenarios
    • Glock Armorer
    • Advanced Pistol, Carbine, Scenarios
    • Pistol & Rifle Low Light

    Martial Arts Background – Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Kenpo, American Boxing, Krav Maga

Upcoming Sniper Camps

October 24-27th, 2019

Come learn from a marine corps sniper

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