3 - 6, 2013 - St. Petersburg - Clearwater, Florida
SniperWeek is a unique training
event for police and military snipers. It combines
two days of comprehensive classroom lectures and presentations
with two days of intense, job-related range training
and competition. SniperWeek is recognized as the
largest, and longest running police sniper training
event of its kind in the world. There is nothing
else like it anywhere.
SNIPERCRAFT EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR
- April 3 & 4, 2013
Two days of presentations focusing
on topics of importance to today's special operations
personnel. The presentations made at this seminar
represent state-of-the- art training and current, pertinent
information for snipers, team leaders and administrators.
Topics this year include two first-person incident
debriefings, in-depth information about sniper ammunition, pre
and post shooting legal issues, and training issues. Operational preparedness
and protection against liability are among the key
topics addressed during the seminar. Attendance is
open to all police and military personnel. If
your agency has a SWAT team, or is contemplating starting
one, you need to attend.
speakers this year:
- Tod Litt - Nightforce
- Mark Taylor - Sniper,
Dekalb Co GA
- Jesse Alfonzo - Buena Park CA Debriefing
- Jason Yarbrough -
Sniper, Cherokee Co GA
- John Simpson - US Army
- Russell Miller - US
Army Marksmanship Instructor
- Marc Erickson - Sniper,
Pasco Co FL
CHALLENGE - April 5 & 6, 2013
This is not a
contest, or a world championship. Nor is this
to be confused with your basic bullseye benchrest course.
This is a competitive sniper training event without
equal. Any sniper seeking to gauge his readiness
to operate in the real world of tactical deployments
should stop here first.
The emphasis is
on training. The Snipercraft Challenge is a unique
course, designed by and for police snipers. Using
actual sniper incidents as the model, each phase incorporates
documented realism. The result is a practical
series of intense live-fire exercises, set up to test
your fitness, equipment, teamwork, problem-solving, communication
skills, ability to perform under a variety of stressors
- and your marksmanship. Exactly like the next
time the pager goes off. This is an opportunity
to validate your preparation.
open only to active, certified police SWAT team and military personnel.
will consist of two-man sniper/observer teams. Single snipers will
be paired up at the tournament. There is a 60 team limit.
Registration deadline is March 16, 2013, or when we reach our team
limit, whichever comes first. Due to space
limitations, early registration is strongly advised. Spots are not confirmed, until payment
is received. No-shows cannot be refunded. Substitutions
We offer you a
chance to try, to learn, and to test yourself. Are
you up to "The Challenge?" There
is nothing like it.
Part of the proceeds from
SniperWeek each year go to support our favorite charity.
Please help us to help them. There's is
a truly worthy cause.