3 Gun Competition, Articles, Precision/Tactical Rifle Competition

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Teaching long range clinic. Photo by Dawn Hunt AGAG

Marble Falls, TX Julianna Crowder, founder of A Girl and A Gun Club (AGAG) ran her 3rd annual national training conference this year at a new location in Marble Falls, TX. Last year Julianna asked me if I would run a long range clinic at this conference. Almost 300 women from around the country had… Read more »

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Well I made it to Nashville. I have never been here and my only regret is that I did not allow more days to spend here. I went to get my Media badge and then met some of the crew from ESS for dinner at a great place called 404. Awesome food and classic cocktails…. Read more »

Articles, Shooting Fitness

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30calgalbenchlunge

If we lose the ability to balance ourselves then we might as well call it quits. As we get older especially, stability and balance are very important to your health. For competition shooting I need good balance to get me through some courses of fire. Our rifles are heavy and at times have to get… Read more »

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protectourgunrightswashington

Our Anti-gun foes are sneaky. From enough public outcry Olympia has had to delay their budget proposals until Monday. The Democratic Legislature was only going to allow the public a total of 90 minutes to read through hundreds of pages of the budget document. Enough people complained and they had to delay the hearings until… Read more »

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Natalie Foster shows us how to cook wild game

I had to share my pal Natalie’s episode of Cooking Wild Game. From NRA Women’s Network Natalie’s Love At First Shot has covered the gamete of shooting and hunting101 for women. Now she talks about eating! My favorite thing to do. One of these days I hope to get out there myself and hunt my… Read more »

3 Gun Competition, Articles, Precision/Tactical Rifle Competition, Product Reviews

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Photo by Killer Innovations. The Orias Chassis

Stuff happens and there are times when you need to take your rifle apart. You may have to take it apart to travel or if you need to replace parts during a match. You hope that the parts that make up your rifle will all go back together without anything being disturbed. Especially your wind… Read more »

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Duncan McNaughton

Frostproof, FL      About 150 competitors participated in the second annual Area 6 3gun Championship held at the Universal Shooting Academy last weekend. This was my first time shooting in Florida and at this private range. My rifle sponsor Devil Dog Arms was the main sponsor of this match. There were three of us… Read more »

Articles, Precision/Tactical Rifle Competition

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cold bore classic shooting from scaffold

I have proof that it is not the equipment but the operator that makes things happen. Yes it is nice to have the latest and greatest in rifles, accessories and calibers. But an awesome shooter behind any caliber can win. Huge kudos and applause for Clint Sharp for the overall win with a 308 in… Read more »

Articles, Long Range/Palma Competition, Precision/Tactical Rifle Competition

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Mid Tompkin permanently on the range

Trudie Fay is a name your hear a lot in the winner’s circles of long range high power. Again, Trudie is overall match winner of this year’s SW Nationals held in Phoenix last week. She was flawless. As usual there were challenging conditions all week and the list of world class shooters was long. We… Read more »

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Fresh air and beauty on the trails at Cave Creek Park

I have learned a big lesson this last three weeks. Exercise matters. I returned home from ShotShow with the annual Shotshow crud. It was a full blown flu. Of course working out was the last thing on my mind. Three weeks later I am still suffering from sinus headaches. But I used this as an… Read more »