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International Training Inc. – Texas Campus to Teach Advanced Sniper / Observer Course At Mountain States Tactical Officers Association (MSTOA) Conference May 3-5, 2011

International Training, Inc. (ITI) will be teaching an Advanced Sniper / Observer Course at the Mountain States Tactical Officers Association (MSTOA) Conference held at Fort Harrison, MT May 3-5, 2011. This course is complete in content regarding advanced sniper marksmanship and the tactical application of sniper / observer skills.

The range and field applications stress precision shooting and proper tactics. Students will be presented a wide variety of live fire drills and scenarios.

This course will cover the following advanced skills:

  • Advanced Sniper Marksmanship
  • Position Shooting
  • Engaging Multiple Targets
  • 50-700 Known / Unknown Targets
  • Urban Operations
  • Stress Shooting
  • Moving Targets
  • Observer Skills
  • Techniques of Observation 

Equipment requirements: 308 rifle or other short action caliber capable of one minute of angle; easily adjustable scope, bipod, leather or nylon sling, not a carrying strap; rear bag; cleaning gear for rifle; pen, pencil, highlighter and black marker; two small spiral notebooks or one rifle data book; flashlight; calculator; eye and ear protection; long sleeved shirts and long pants; durable boots or footwear; Camelback or other water system; leather gloves; rucksack or backpack to carry all gear; sunscreen; bug repellent; rain gear; hat or ball cap; wind meter; spotting scope. 250 rounds of match grade ammunition.

To register for the MSTOA Conference and the Advanced Sniper / Observer course, please visit the MSTOA website for the conference registration form. For more information, visit or Prior to April 15, 2011, registration fees per non MSTOA member is $175 each, MSTOA members (1-5 members) $150 each and MSTOA members (6+ members) $125 each. After April 15, 2011 late registration fees of $50 per individual and $150 per team will apply.

For more information, please read the full press release.