Sniper Workshop - LE/Military

LE/Military Sniper Workshop

The sniper workshop is a 3-day workshop designed for experienced snipers that have already attended a basic sniper school. The focus of this sniper training is to expose the sniper to new ideas, theories and tactics that are designed for the police or military sniper operating in an urban environment. Training topics include marksmanship, target identification along with other issues specific to law enforcement sniping. The sniper workshop is a physically demanding course designed to test the sniper’s abilities with nearly all instruction done as a group on the range. Instructor cadre for this course consists of both current and former law enforcement and military snipers.


Students desiring to attend this course must be United States military personnel functioning in a designated marksman capacity, or assigned and/or selected to serve on a law enforcement tactical team. Written authorization from the officers department confirming their status on a tactical team shall be required.

Required Equipment

  • Round count: 500 min (match grade ammunition)
  • Sniper Rifle & Case (preferably drag bag)
  • Data book
  • Callout Gear (Camo clothing and/or ghillie suit, camelback, backpack, etc.)
  • Eye & ear protection
  • Knee & elbow pads (optional)
  • Rain Gear
  • Water or hydration device (Camelback)
  • Pen & paper

Daily Schedule and Location

Class starts at 8:30 AM and typically ends around 5:00 PM each day.

All classes are taught at Lake Fork Sportsman's Club, 350 N. 1375 E., Atwood, IL, 61913 unless stated otherwise.


Registration Instructions

1. Register for the desired class online.

2. Complete the registration agreement:

For Individuals, please download, complete and return the Individual Student Agreement

For Organizations, please download, complete, and return the Organization Agreement

3. Return completed forms, by mail, fax, or email to:

Shooter School
PO BOX 1191
Mahomet, IL 61853

Fax: 217.489.9241

If you have any questions, or need assistance registering for a course, please contact us or call, 217.972.4503.

Shooter School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, or sexual orientation.