What We Do

“I’ve found that people are too busy trying to learn the tricks of a trade before they learn the trade itself.  Without a solid foundation of skills to stand on, you’ll never truly learn that one thing, let alone learn the tricks that come along with it.” -Caylen Wojcik

Our bottom line; we focus on communicating relevant and proven information to our clients based on our experiences.  Whether that information pertains to marksmanship, backcountry travel, land navigation, or product testing and evaluation, the end goal is effective communication to increase our our clients’ efficiency.


Modern Day Sniper was founded by Caylen Wojcik.  Caylen has amassed nearly 20 years worth of professional experience in the realm of precision shooting.  Through reading and self-guided research, Caylen’s passion for precision shooting began at a very young age as he explored the fascinating components of the precision shooting system.  His professional career began as a Marine Scout/Sniper, spending close to a decade immersed in the culture and learning how to create both basically trained and advanced Marine Scout/Snipers.  During his time in the Marine Corps, Caylen served as both a basic and advanced sniper instructor training hundreds of Marines, to include elements of Naval Special Warfare, the US Army, and dozens of law enforcement agencies.  Upon completion of his active duty service, Caylen went on to continue teaching professionals in the private security sector, law enforcement and military snipers, and responsible armed citizens. 


Understanding that communicating relevant information requires constant diligence and attention to the ever-advancing state of the art, Caylen is an avid precision rifle competitor, an active adventurist, and backcountry hunter.  He spends his time putting himself in situations and conditions where equipment is forced to either work or fail, resulting in an unbiased approach to developing and testing both products and cutting edge techniques.   


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