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  • What the Pros Use - Archive Data

    What the Pros Use - Archive Data

    Rich Emmons posted this in the PRS Finale thread, but I wanted to bring some more attention to it here as well. For all you new guys wondering where to start with equipment, this could be of some help to you. This is the gear that was used by a good sample of the best shooters in the country. You obviously don't have to use something on this list to be the best, but taking a look here could save hours and hours of reading to find some good info.






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  • Precision Rifle Series- Intro to Competition

    Precision Rifle Series- Intro to Competition

    Precision Rifle Shooting is becoming more and more popular, the Precision Rifles Series is the best way to test your talent against some of the best competition shooters in the country. Tactical Shooting with a Precision Rifle is not like other disciplines, there is no set course of fire or format. The individual match direction has sole discretion. That is what makes it so fun!


    First, you have to ask yourself what do you want to accomplish. When I was introduced to long range...
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  • Ring Height Info - How to Measure Correctly

    Ring Height Info - How to Measure Correctly

    Guys,

    Lately, on average of about 1 per day, I have seen quite a few posts (mostly from newbies) regarding questions about what ring height should be used. They usually request pics for comparison. For all new guys, there is a systematic way of calculating ring height that doesn't require more than a simple elementary school ruler. You measure 3 things:
    1. the height of the front of your base/rail from the barrel
    2. the height of your rings from the top of the rail to centerline...
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  • Fundamentals of Marksmanship

    Fundamentals of Marksmanship

    General Statements for Beginning Shooters - Step 1

    Re-formatted with the permission of the author - jhuskey3006
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maybe we call this Step 1?

    Find and read all you can about what you think you want to do. Find a person that shoots who will answer your questions and ask the questions you have from your pre-reading and reading.

    It helps to listen to what they...
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  • Ballistic Calibration - A Misunderstood Process

    Ballistic Calibration - A Misunderstood Process

    Ballistic Calibration, a misunderstood process:
    By Doc Beech

    Ballistic Calibration is not as simple as we would all like to believe. While the process itself seems simple, it is actually deceptively easy. Making for simple mistakes that can cost you in the long run. The purpose of this short article is to help you gain an understanding of where you should focus a good portion of learning. This article has also been written to help point you to the right resources to learn how...
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  • Sniper's Hide Website

    Sniper's Hide Website

    Sniper’s Sniper’s Hide officially went online in November of 2000 and was recently incorporated as Sniper’s Hide, LLC in 2004. The “Hide” was founded by Frank “Lowlight” Galli. During my years as a Marine Scout Sniper, then later conducting surveillance. I was able to grasp the difficulty surrounding a profession that combines both an Art and a Science. Long Range Precision Shooting with or without a scoped rifle has often been demonized, through education and understanding we believe we can lift that dark veil which has...
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  • What the Pros Use - Archive Data
    Lowlight
    Rich Emmons posted this in the PRS Finale thread, but I wanted to bring some more attention to it here as well. For all you new guys wondering where to start with equipment, this could be of some help to you. This is the gear that was used by a good sample of the best shooters in the country. You obviously don't have to use something on this list to be the best, but taking a look here could save hours and hours of reading to find some good info.






    Re:...
    02-28-2017, 12:27 PM
  • Remington Recall Notice
    Lowlight
    This is a recall notice from 2014.

    It is still active.



    https://xmprecall.remington.com/
    PRODUCT SAFETY WARNING AND RECALL NOTICE


    Remington Arms Company, LLC (“Remington”) is voluntarily recalling Remington Model 700™ and Model Seven™ rifles which were manufactured from May 1, 2006 through April 9, 2014 and which have an X-Mark Pro® (“XMP®”) trigger. Rifles manufactured after April 9, 2014 are not subject to recall.
    READ THE UNITED...
    02-28-2017, 12:26 PM
  • Precision Rifle Series- Intro to Competition
    Lowlight
    Precision Rifle Shooting is becoming more and more popular, the Precision Rifles Series is the best way to test your talent against some of the best competition shooters in the country. Tactical Shooting with a Precision Rifle is not like other disciplines, there is no set course of fire or format. The individual match direction has sole discretion. That is what makes it so fun!


    First, you have to ask yourself what do you want to accomplish. When I was introduced to long range...
    02-15-2017, 02:31 PM
  • Ring Height Info - How to Measure Correctly
    Lowlight
    Guys,

    Lately, on average of about 1 per day, I have seen quite a few posts (mostly from newbies) regarding questions about what ring height should be used. They usually request pics for comparison. For all new guys, there is a systematic way of calculating ring height that doesn't require more than a simple elementary school ruler. You measure 3 things:
    1. the height of the front of your base/rail from the barrel
    2. the height of your rings from the top of the rail to centerline...
    02-15-2017, 02:27 PM
  • Fundamentals of Marksmanship
    Lowlight
    General Statements for Beginning Shooters - Step 1

    Re-formatted with the permission of the author - jhuskey3006
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Maybe we call this Step 1?

    Find and read all you can about what you think you want to do. Find a person that shoots who will answer your questions and ask the questions you have from your pre-reading and reading.

    It helps to listen to what they...
    02-15-2017, 02:23 PM
  • Ballistic Calibration - A Misunderstood Process
    Lowlight
    Ballistic Calibration, a misunderstood process:
    By Doc Beech

    Ballistic Calibration is not as simple as we would all like to believe. While the process itself seems simple, it is actually deceptively easy. Making for simple mistakes that can cost you in the long run. The purpose of this short article is to help you gain an understanding of where you should focus a good portion of learning. This article has also been written to help point you to the right resources to learn how...
    02-14-2017, 09:32 PM
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