ORANGE ACCURACY AUSTRALIA
Rifle Training & Long Range Shooting
Orange Accuracy is a rifle shooting and long range shooting specialist niche provider. Born from current operational exponents, Orange Accuracy combines tested techniques with technology, whilst underpinning the performance with sound principles of marksmanship. Orange Accuracy is a research, development, training and performance provider.
Orange Accuracy has been born from over 10 years professional shooting, training and operations. Throughout this time we have tested and proven many of the world’s current best practices in the art of rifle and long range precision shooting. With this experience we can offer you the most up to date and technically correct shooting and coaching methods to increase your shooting skills and knowledge.
Orange Accuracy is dedicated to increasing your ability whether you have just obtained your firearm’s licence and are wishing to build a solid foundation to establish your shooting career. Orange Accuracy is aimed at everyone from elite shooters who rely on their rifle for a livelihood to beginners and everyone in between. Knowledge is power, all our courses provide the theory and science of how and why, along with the time to put it all into practice, increasing both knowledge, power and skill.
Our director and head instructor, Jay is a long time firearms instructor, holds a current Australian Capital Territory Firearm’s Instructors Certificate, Certificate IV in Training, with Orange Accuracy’s courses registered and gazetted with the A.C.T. Government. Although we are ACT based we travel - bringing the knowledge and skill to you.
Contact us so we can discuss your requirements for training and venues.
NEW TO SHOOTING
This program is designed for those new to the sport and art of rifle shooting. In a friendly and 'no-stress' environment we will take you through all you need to know to get your journey into this time honoured skill started. Our aim is to give you enough professional knowledge and skill to safely get your shooting pastime off to the best possible start.
We will carefully walk you through safe handling of not only your chosen rifle, but we will give you the training and confidence to handle other firearms you are likely to encounter in your newly chosen past-time. We then move onto the correct and safe set up, and maintenance of your rifle so that it will be as accurate as possible for as long as possible. Moving on from here we take you through correct shooting positions and techniques, followed by how best to obtain your zero including the theory behind this process. We finish the day with a few tips and tricks to help on your path to shooting success and safety.
SHARPEN THE AXE (INTERMEDIATE)
This is designed for the shooter that has been around the traps a few times, and is now looking to take their shooting / marksmanship to the next level. Whether you're looking to increase your accuracy or you want to start pushing your hunting / sporting rifle to the edge of its ability and range, we have the training, tips and techniques to help you do it. This package will give the understanding of both internal and external ballistics that you need to be able to get your rifle shooting as accurately as it can, as well as giving you the knowledge to start pushing its range to its outer limits. We also delve into various shooting positions so you can make those first round hits on your desired target with confidence.
LONG RANGE SHOOTING
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Our Long Range Shooting training will get you well and truly on your way to reaching your long range goals. During the training we discuss and explain internal and external ballistics along with how the environmental conditions, including wind, are going to affect your projectile all the way out to your target. After training you’ll leave with a confidence in yourself and your kit that will have you knocking over targets at distance.
- Internal & External Ballistics
- Rifle scopes & reticle patterns (including yours)
- Precision Shooting Fundamentals
- Rifle set-up, grouping & zeroing
- Ballistic software & ballistic software calibration
- Wind reading & calls
- And all the practical shooting required to learn and cement all the theory
With Long Range Shooting training packages from 2 to 4 days in duration we have the course to meet you requirements, skill level and time frame.
If distance is what you desire this is the Long Range Shooting training course is for you. This training requires a higher level rifle, scope and ammunition package (contact us to discuss this further). As we reach out further, ballistic software is your greatest ally - we prefer Applied Ballistics or Field Firing Solutions, as these will save you both time and money (and reloading time).Contact us to discuss your best options so we can personalise to your needs.
UP COMING COURSES...
NEW TO SHOOTING - 1 DAY
May 2020 date to be confirmed
Sunday 5th July 2020
Sunday 25th October 2020
MAJURA - A.C.T.
We're running this course for you new shooters out there that have just gained your Firearms Licence and are looking for a fun, safe and informative environment learn the basics, where you'll get to shoot and hang out with people in the same position as you. You never know you may just meet your new life long shooting buddy .
Start your shooting career off with the advice and training from our professional instructors, who only deal in fact, not the myths that our Grandfathers taught us. Even if you've been shooting for a while, this just may be the training you need to build your solid shooting foundation.
We will cover:
= How your scope works and why
= Rifle and rifle scope set-up
= The shooting Fundamentals
= Shooting technique
= Zeroing and Grouping
= Hold-overs out to 300m
What you need:
= Valid Australian Firearms Licence
= Rifle and scope
= Any tools associated with your rifle system
= 100rnds of ammunition to suit your rifle
$500 per person (2 or more shooters)
$700 for individual shooter
LONG RANGE SHOOTING
Castlemaine - VIC
Majura - ACT
Sunday 7 - Monday 8 June 2020 (Queen's Birthday weekend)
Thursday 17 - Friday 18 September 2020
Thursday 26 - Friday 27 November 2020
Canberra Rifle Club - Majura, A.C.T. and now Castlemaine Rifle Club - Castlemaine!
Internal Ballistics, Rifle set-up, rifle Scope theory and use-including reticle patterns, external ballistics, ballistic software (we recommend Applied Ballistics), wind reading and calling, as well as all the practical shooting to cement your training. We try for at least a 50/50 split between theory and practical, weighting it more to the practical. Allow for 100rnds per day.
$800 per day for individual tailored training.
$500 per person per day for groups of two or more people.
Fees includes: (incl. all Insurance, range fees, bottled water, tea, coffee and light refreshments each day.
Equipment requirements: Rifle, Scope, Ammunition capable of 25mm (1MOA) groups at 100m
contact us to discuss your equipment and its suitability
INDIVIDUALLY TAILORED TRAINING PACKAGES
We develop and tailor training to suit your needs, experience and time frames.
- Individuals or Groups
- Newly licenced
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Equipment and FAQs
The Answers You Need
Equipment Recommendations for Long Range Shooting
The below recommendations will assist you in being prepared and well equiped for all Long Range Shooting scenarios, whether it's hunting, competition, or target shooting, remembering these are best possible examples and we can work with kit not specified. We are happy to help you with your equipment choices and provide you advice about equipment purchases, and can arrange the loan of certain equipment eg. Rifle Scopes, Weather Meters for your use during our courses. Contact us for more information regarding equipment loan.
- Magazine fed
- Capable of 1 MOA or less
- Preferably Short-action Calibers (magnums heat up quickly, as do lite weight Sporter profile barrels)
- Minimum total mag: 12x (eg; 3-12x??mm)
- Exposed tactical or capped turrets with return to zero capability
- Milliradian (Mil) adjustments are preferable however no issues with Minute of Angle (MOA). It's preferable if your turret adjustments match your reticle, Mil / Mil or MOA / MOA.
- First Focal Plane (FFP) is preferable however no issues with Second Focal Plane (SFP). A FFP allows the shooter use the reticle pattern at all magnifications when gaining range and measuring targets, fall-of-shot etc.
- Christmas tree style reticle (eg. Horus Vision's Tremor 3) or reticle with half Mil hash lines for ballistic calibration.
- Anti-cant device, level bubble or similar
- We recommend, use and teach Applied Ballistics.
- We also recommend, use and teach the Kestrel Weather Meter w/ Applied Ballistics
- Applied Ballistics can be downloaded to your mobile device from the App Store or Google Play
- We can work with other ballistic engines as required, eg. Field Firing Solutions
What calibers do you recommend for each course?
Beginner and Intermediate training .223 (5.56mm) to 30cal Magnums (7.62mm)
Long Range Shooting training: .243 (6mm) to 30cal Magnums (7.62mm)
What optic range do you recommend for each course?
We can and do work with all scopes. For Long Range Shooting training we recommend a higher quality scopes with various magnification capability (e.g. NightForce ACTACR & BEAST, Khales ‘K’-line, Steiner Tactical series, Bushnell Tactical Elite, Vortex Viper PST, Schmdit and Bender PMII etc.)
What optic type do you recommend to match with the course (FFP or SFP, reticle Pattern, magnification range)?
Again we will work with what you have. In saying this a variable magnification scope in First Focal Plane (FFP) allows the shooter to use the reticle pattern to maximum affect in ranging, wind calls and fall of shot correction. Milliraidan Reticle / Milliraidan Adjustments are best.
Are muzzle brakes encouraged or discouraged?
We encourage them, anything to make taming recoil easier is a winner in our books. However this is not to say they're essential.
What is the general attitude of the instructors and other attendees?
We are passionate about our shooting, and passing on the knowledge and experience to those shooters who come to train with us. Every shooter we've trained to date has arrived with the same passionate attitude and has always been eager and willing to assist others in the same friendly manner in which the training is delivered.
How many Shooters are typically on a course?
Anywhere up ten (10) participants. Our training packages can be tailored to the individual or groups to accommodate their available dates.
Can you provide some more information on the difference between the Intermediate and Long Range Shooting?
The Intermediate package is focused around the shooter that is coming back to the sport or has been shooting for a while, has had no professional training and is looking to improve their knowledge and ability (shooting / body positions, shooting fundamentals, rifle scopes, external ballistics, basic wind calls).
The Long Range Shooting training is focused on developing the knowledge and understanding of ballistics and wind reading to be able to engage targets to the outer limits of your chosen calibre (Long Range shooting fundamentals, rifle scopes and reticles incl. Mil range estimation, External ballistics, Ballistic Software and ballistic software calibration, wind calling).
What distances do you shoot out to across the courses?
New to shooting 0 - 300m
Intermediate 0 - 400m (can be increased out to 900m with the appropriate learning curve and equipment).
Long Range Shooting 0 - 930m
Where are the ranges you use located?
We operate out of Canberra and use the local ACT ranges.
If the weather is bad, what aren the options (ie rain or total fire ban etc)?
We are yet to have conditions that have prevented any training. We have awnings that we use in bad weather to keep you and your gear out of the rain.
What do you recommend bringing to make the experience more comfortable and enjoyable?
During winter month’s warm and wet weather clothing, Canberra can be cold. All you need is your shooting gear, some lunch, and we provide you with everything else you need, including home baked muffins for morning tea.
Do you go into load development/reloading, if so which courses?
No sorry we don't but our friends at ADJA Tactical are getting ready to launch theirs. www.adjatac.com
Do you do any chronograph testing?
Yes but only to check the quality of the ammunition, not to calibrate ballistic software. High quality ballistic software will calibrate the muzzle velocity along the entire flight, not just at the muzzle. We recommend and use Applied Ballistics, ballistic software.
Is there any discount if booking for two people?
Training is charged at $800 per day for individuals and $500 per person per day for groups of two (2) or more people.
The legal stuff...
PRE - COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Current and Valid Firearms Licence with the relevant firearms category endorsement.
Photograph identification other than Firearms Licence
Your own rifle and ammunition (round numbers vary – please ask for requirements prior to your course)
All relevant safety equipment required for practical range practice, e.g. hearing protection, eye protection, enclosed footwear.
Copy of documentation proving ownership or being a register user of the firearm to be used for the course.
National Police Clearance from your home jurisdiction:
All participants are bound by the Firearms Laws of their home Jurisdiction, the Laws of jurisdiction in which the course is being undertaken and those of Australian Federal Law. By signing up to undertake any and all courses facilitated by Orange Accuracy you submit to abide by these relevant laws.
FRIENDS OF ORANGE ACCURACY
Here at Orange Accuracy we expect and accept nothing less than pure perfection from our equipment and services, that's why we only deal with Australia's marketing leading professionals.
If your looking to purchase equipment that you can depend on in every situation, check of the list of preferred suppliers below for your Shooting kit.
ADJATAC are an Australian Veteran owned and operated company dedicated to bringing top quality shooting and shooting related products to the Shooter. Suppliers of Accutac, EGW - Evolution Gun Works – USA, Haenel, Hensoldt, Hornady, Lapua, Lumley Arms, Lynx Rifles, Nightforce, Sellier & Bellot, Spuhr, Voere, Vortex and Wolfeyes
Huntsman supplies precision, custom, and long range shooting products. The Huntsman website provides every shooter in Australia an ability to access high quality firearms, parts and accessories, from the convenience of your computer, tablet, or phone. All Huntsman staff are keen shooters and hunters and draw on their unique military, industry, and product experience.
“Task oriented, minimalist, hand crafted equipment, made with quality materials and solid design concepts. We are a small, bespoke, family owned and run gear workshop in Melbourne, Australia. Every product we make has been developed and produced to address an equipment deficiency. We are proudly the Australian distributors for Armageddon Gear, Precision Rifle Solutions and Triad Tactical out of the U.S.A. We consider Orange Accuracy to be the most credible and approachable training group in the country!”
Optimal Performance Solutions’ (OPS) mission is to research, educate, train and inspire individuals so they may achieve a level of operational preparedness and resilience that assures them complete tactical or task-focused superiority in any operational situation. OPS possesses an extensive network of manufacturers, partner companies and subject matter experts that allows it to bring to bear a diverse range of cutting edge products, services and training methodologies that cover the full gambit of tactical applications.
Australian owned and operated wholesale distributor that's on a mission to give Australian shooters better access to leading international firearm and accessory brands.SJS Trading Co.'s business is to get stand-out brands like Surgeon, Fierce, McMillan, Armalite, Bettinsoli, Rizzini, HS Produkt, Talley Manufacturing, LimbSaver, J Dewey Rods and many more in to a dealer's store near you.