Articles, Precision/Tactical Rifle Competition

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2014 Snipershide Cup

2014 Snipershide Cup

Thank you to Rich Emmons of The PRS for writing this article. I often am asked how to get started in practical rifle competition. My first suggestion like his is to find some local rifle matches you can spectate and start asking questions to the shooters there. We love new competitors and are very willing to help out as best we can. I have here the beginning of his article and then forwarding you back to Snipershide.scout.com for the complete story. I highly recommend you check out the scout.com and precisionrifleseries.com for informational articles and forums.

 

 

 

 

By Rich Emmons – “First, you have to ask yourself what do you want to accomplish. When I was introduced to long range shooting, immediately a light turned on for me, once I saw how easy it was to hit 300–600 yard targets or in my mind, now having the ability to hunt without the normal “out of range” limitations. Having been a professional guide in Wyoming guiding hunters for 8 hunting seasons and having the opportunity to hunt giant Mule deer bucks, many times you would find yourself in a scenario where we could see them across a canyon but there was no possible way to get close enough to them to make the shot. Well, not anymore… now 300–600 yards is just a chip shot!”………

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