Range shooting at relatively short distances is pretty straightforward most of the time. All you really have to do is aim down your sights, control your breathing, and squeeze the trigger. However, as the distance between you and the target increases, shooting becomes exponentially more difficult, due to factors that include wind, firing angle, and even the curvature of the Earth. But you can learn to compensate for all those factors and hit a bullseye at up to one mile away, courtesy of the folks at the Jackson Hole Shooting Experience.
Even the greatest sharpshooters in the world sometimes have trouble with long shots, but this JHSE day-long crash course will give you the ability to count yourself amongst them — if only just this once. And they won’t just take you out to one of their two massive ranges — each just a short drive from Jackson Hole, Wyoming — set you up with a perfectly-tuned rifle, and have you pull the trigger (though they claim they could). Rather, the whole experience is designed to help educate you (and up to four of your friends) on the nuances and necessary skills to make you a bonafide sharpshooter, starting with low-caliber guns at a short range and moving your way up to your final sniper-style shot. Price packages start at $7,400 for two people and $2,600 for each additional person.