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Long Range Operators Challenge


The upcoming Long Range Operators Challenge is Sniper Sustained Training conducted within a multi-stage invitational team event, planned, directed, and conducted by former Army and Marine Corps snipers. Participants will consist of Active Duty Military, Federal Law Enforcement Officers, Retired Military, and civilian long range shooters divided into teams of 1 shooter and 1 spotter, with coaches allowed but not required. The target distances will range from 1 meter to 2000+ meters, and the event will include rifle and pistol, foot movement, and varied terrain. The competition is “bring what you want to shoot” for a long rifle, with magnum calibers allowed, even multiple rifles. However, all weapons, equipment, and ammunition used in the match must be carried throughout.

The LROC is being conducted near Colville, Washington, March 7-9, and will take place regardless of weather conditions.


7 Responses to “Long Range Operators Challenge”

  1. Fritzthedog says:

    Woot! This match should present challenging conditions and terrain- looks like a blast!

  2. lowandleft says:


    That’s right next to where i live! I would love to be able to check it out

  3. Mike Hobbs says:

    Woot!! graduated from Colville in ’62 … would really enjoy being a spectator if that is an option …

  4. kel says:

    Good stuff, good folks. Making plans to go check it out.

  5. walter shumate says:

    yeah! more of this…

  6. TW says:

    Going to be a good time. Not a typical square flat range shoot. Bring whatever gun you want to carry around for a couple of days. Will have targets out to 1800m. But most of the stages will be based on mission that have been carried out in the past. Other skills will be tested.
    Still space for more shooters, sign up today

  7. Kevin Rogers says:

    Looking forward to the match!