LR Limits



LR Limits is made available for the shooter looking to test and confirm their shooting knowledge and abilities. This short two-day course provides a means for shooters to confirm previous AB training and tune their shooting abilities to a finely sharpened edge.


This course has also been designed for the shooter who may need a tune up. Reattend this package after a period of lapsed time, to refine previously taught skills and knowledge before a hunting trip or a shooting comp.


LR Limits begins abruptly with profile and device input confirmations. Shooters are then quickly thrust into practical medium and long-range application. This pace is maintained throughout the entire two-day course, designed to test the shooter, propel them forward in ability and prepare them for future success. LR Limits aims to amplify hit probability, enabling a shooter to put more rounds on target in an uncertain environment in less than desirable circumstances.


This course is conducted over two days of range time, with target engagement distances consisting of 1500 yards as a minimum.


  • AB Device Profile Confirmation & Calibration
  • External Ballistics Effects Overviews
  • Wind Estimation & Strategy Application
  • Cold / Clean Bore Application
  • Alternate Position Application
  • AB Device ELR Application
  • Multi Target LR/ ELR Engagements
  • Rapid Holdover MR/ LR Engagements
  • Advanced Inter Team Spotting & Dynamics
  • Stress Shooting Applications



Each training day commences at 0800 and concludes at 1700 with a one-hour lunch break in-between. AB Trainers will also be available for any follow up discussion and questions thereafter.


LR Limits is a two-day course.



We recommend you have completed Max Effective LR, or possess the following assumed knowledge to get the most out of this course:


  • Individually achieve LR weapon setup and calibration;
  • Apply MV Temperature Tables
  • Comprehensive understanding of extended long-range external ballistics;
  • Capacity operating AB devices to engage LR targets;
  • Operate all AB device functions for single and multi-target engagement;
  • Effective team communication;
  • Effective spotting and correcting fall of shot;
  • Comprehensive practical ability with alternate positions;
  • Competence in exercising weapon safety and handling.
  • Sound weapon safety and handling under physical stress.
  • Participants must be a US citizen or US person to attend this course. Participants must be able to produce proof of citizenship or residency status upon request.


Course prerequisites have been put in place to ensure a participant and peers can effectively engage with the course content. Please contact us to discuss any issues or questions surrounding prerequisites.



You don’t need to be an athlete, but an average degree of fitness is recommended. Be prepared for two days of long range and fast paced shooting regardless of less than favorable weather conditions.



Receive a range of ABTD swag after signup completion. The Merch Bundle is shipped to your address before course commencement.



Bring your personal AB device or take the opportunity to select an AB training device appropriate to your shooting objectives. Choose between using a Kestrel 5700 ELITE AB or Garmin Foretrex 701B for the duration of the course.



  • Capable of consistently grouping 1 MOA or less
  • Semi-automatic or bolt action
  • Equipped with a bipod that can be leveled (e.g., Harris S-BRM, Atlas BT-10, Phoenix, etc.)
  • Optional use of tripod
  • Magazine or single feed
  • Caliber between .223 and .375 (range regulation dependent)
  • Anti-cant level installed
  • Capable of alternate position engagements

08. OPTIC:


  • Exposed target style turrets
  • 86 MOA / 25 MRAD internal elevation adjustment after zero or;
  • MOA / MRAD reticle capable of holdover to 1500 yards minimum or;
  • Elevation adjustment and reticle holdover of 86 MOA / 25 MRAD after zero
  • Fixed or variable magnification with at least 15x



  • 200 rounds of match grade ammunition
  • Grouping consistency of 1 MOA or less


Armor piecing, tungsten core, steel core, explosive, barrier blind or similar ammunition natures may not be used.


The performance and safety of hand loaded ammunition is the sole responsibility of the shooter.

10. GEAR:


More specific course information is provided upon sign up. The following provides an indication of most required and suggested course equipment.


  • Stationary & Notebook
  • Hearing Protection
  • Water
  • Range Bag or Backpack
  • Safety Equipment
  • Gun Cleaning Kit
  • Weapon Accessories and Tools
  • Weapon Storage Case
  • Shooting Bags and Range Gear
  • Scientific Calculator
  • Shooting Mat
  • Sun Protection
  • Cold and Wet Weather Gear
  • Watch
  • Spotting Scope
  • Weapon Attachable Sling
  • Applied Ballistics Devices / Solvers
  • Lens Cleaning Kit
  • Optic User Guides / Manuals
  • AB Data Book / Cover
  • HOG Saddle / Alternate Position Shooting Tripod
  • Small Three Leg Folding Chair
  • Riggers Belt and Carabineer


Please contact us if you have any further questions.