Highland Hills Ranch

Highland Hills Ranch

Event Type : Train

Location :
Condon, Oregon

Foundation

( April 02 - April 03, 2020 )

2,500.00 2500.0 USD Only 6 seats left!

NOTE: Your complete itinerary and course details will be emailed to you upon check-out.


Course Overview

Our Long Range University Foundation and Development Courses are brought to Oregon. Highland Hills offers lodging, meals and a known distance range out to 1000 yards that allows our customers to completely immerse themselves into the Long Range Experience.

Gunwerks is all about the perfect shot. We train to hunt, and success is the only outcome worthy of pursuit. Everything comes down to preparation. Our advanced equipment simplifies most of the difficult aspects of long-range shooting and requires a modern approach to training and curriculum. With Gunwerks equipment and training, our students achieve more capability in less time than any other training in the world.




WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Foundation

In our Foundations course, we focus on building your skills and knowledge base. Learning about the long-range shooting system, you’ll receive an in-depth presentation on the components and setup needed to successfully engage targets at long-range with accuracy and precision. You’ll come away with a complete understanding of marksmanship fundamentals.

Development

In the spirit of progression, our Development course builds on the Foundation you learned. Here we’re adding the more technical aspect of long-range shooting. You’ll learn the science behind ballistics, how to validate a long-range trajectory and understand how wind affects your bullet under a wide variety of circumstances.



DETAILS

Highland Hills Ranch

Condon, United States

Located in North Central Oregon. Highland Hills Ranch is the Best-of-the-Best. The ranch is a rare jewel among hunting venues. The unique and exceptional 3000-acre property has topography and natural habitat that is vastly diverse, offering wing-shooters the rare opportunity to hunt for the “Grand Slam of Wing-shooting;” chukar, pheasant, valley quail and Hungarian partridge all in the same day, in their native habitat. For an unrivaled shooting experience Highland Hills Ranch will not disappoint.

FAQ's:

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Highland Hills Ranch will provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner while attending this course. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions ahead of time so that we can facilitate meals for you. 

Lodging:

Your destination City is Dalles, Oregon. Lodging and meals at the Highland Hills Ranch is included into the price of class. Detailed directions to the lodge can be found here: https://www.highlandhillsranch.com/directions/

Flights:

Highland Hills Ranch recommends flying into Portland International Airport (PDX), Eastern Oregon Regional Airport at Pendleton (PDT), or Bend Municipal Airport. 

Car Rentals:

Please make car rental plans with your flight arrangements, Gunwerks does not offer transportation to and from the facility for the course. 

 

All applicants for our training courses must be US citizens not legally barred from possessing firearms. For non-US citizens interested in a training course, please call us directly (307) 296-7300.

All event attendees must complete our liability and media waiver.

Students Discounts:

Students are eligible for up to a 10% discount on in stock firearms within 90 days of completing a class. 

Booking Requirements:

To secure an event date, a deposit payment is required. Final payment is due 15 days prior to the earliest event date.

Student Cancellation:

Train or Compete:

If you need to cancel a training or competition more than sixty (60) days prior to the earliest event date, your deposit will be refunded. If you cancel a training or competition in less than sixty (60) days but more than thirty (30) days prior to the earliest event date, you can rebook the training or competition for an available alternate date. If you cancel a training or competition less than thirty (30) days prior to the earliest event date, your deposit is forfeited and non-refundable.

Hunt:

If you cancel a hunting event (other than an African hunt) more than one hundred twenty (120) days from the start of the hunt, your deposit is fully refundable. If cancelled less than one hundred twenty (120) days from the start of the hunt, the deposit is forfeited.

Gunwerks reserves the right to change or amend these policies at any time.

Student Rebooking:

If you need to rebook a class MORE than thirty (30) days before your scheduled class date, you may rebook (transfer to another class) without any fee. 

If the rebooking is to a more expensive class, you are responsible for the price difference. If the rebooking is to a less expensive class, you will receive a refund of the price difference.

Gunwerks Class Cancellation:

In rare circumstances, Gunwerks may need to cancel a class. If this occurs, you will be notified as soon as possible and given the option of either a full refund or a move to another course of the same value.


Required:

  • Smartphone

  • Clothing suitable for training in any weather

Optional:

  • Gear for taking notes

  • Personal Wraparound eyewear, polycarbonate lenses or non-shattering prescription glasses

  • Personal Hearing protection

  • Knee and elbow pads

Provided:

  • Gunwerks Magnus chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor with Revic PMR428 and Gunwerks 8IGHT Suppressor

  • Hornady Factory 6.5 Creedmoor 140 ELD-M 

  • Gunwerks Range Finder

  • Electronic Ear Protection

  • Swarovski Optik Spotting Scopes

  • Shooting Mats

  • Shooting Bags

  • Cleaning Equipment


REVIEWS

Superb!

I wanted to thank you for the superb Level 1 and 2 classes I attended. Where this was not a result of “1,000 yards right out of the box”, it was a result of you making me confident in superb equipment and taking a shot at 594 yards with a 40 degree angle starting at a 200 foot elevation, 5 MPH left to right wind and 2 degrees Fahrenheit in 4 feet of snow or all translated to 5.2 MOA as instructed by my G-7 range finder. One-shot, all done.

- Ron Dawson