Barbour Creek Shooting Academy’s Long-Range Hunting School is Americas premier training facility for the Long-range hunter– Foundation of Long-Range Hunting course is designed with the shooter that is new to long range hunting in mind. Our Instruction is designed to build on each level and has 50% classroom and 50% range time each day. You will learn everything you need to know about: Rifle Components, Scopes, MOA/Milliradian, 1st and 2nd Focal Plane, Max Range on Animals, Proper Shooting Techniques, Internal and External Ballistics, Air Pressure/Density, Using a Ballistic Program, Correct Spotting Techniques, Cleaning and Maintenance, Ammunition, Powder Selection for Long-Range Hunting, Wind calling, reading and Mirage Basics, Bullet Types for Long-Range Hunting , Operating Rangefinders and using a Ballistic Rangefinder, And More! We have one of the World’s best long-range Instructors, MSG (RET) James Eagleman is a 26-year Army Sniper and Instructor. He was selected as the Honor Graduate of the U.S. Army Sniper School and U.S. Army 5th Special Forces Target Interdiction Course (SOTIC). James Is a Master Instructor and has trained Snipers from Conventional Soldiers, and Foreign Snipers worldwide. He has the distinct ability to take the most difficult Ballistic subject and teach it in a manner that anyone can understand and apply. Because of his unique training abilities, he is recognized by many as one of the best long-range instructors in the civilian world today, James not only brings years of military experience with combat and expeditionary deployments overseas, but also has over two years instructing and training civilians in Long-Range Hunting, internal and external ballistics. His revolutionary wind calling technique is considered by many to be the most comprehensive taught anywhere in the world. He has been featured on the television show Long Range Pursuit, numerous firearms blogs and magazine articles as well as instructional videos online. His passion is training students in the art of Long-Range Hunting and watching them learn and grow.