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2015-06-06: Day Two of the 2015 Steel Safari

June 6, 2015

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Today was Day Two of the Steel Safari. From a technical standpoint, today was harder than yesterday. More wind, crazy shooting positions, and some very hard to find targets. Despite this, my score was quite a bit higher than yesterday. I didn’t shoot any better than I did yesterday, so I think the difference in […]

2015-06-05: Day One of the 2015 Steel Safari

June 6, 2015

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Today was Day One of the 2015 Steel Safari. This is my first rifle match in roughly ten years and my first ‘long range field match’ ever. Zak Smith, one of the match organizers, taught me either directly or indirectly much of what I know about rifles and long range.  One of the friends I made […]

2015-05-09: Wolf Precision Long Range School

June 6, 2015

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As I mentioned several weeks ago, this summer is shaping up to be very busy. If all goes well, I’ll complete two of my long-term goals: shooting my first long-range precision rifle match and going on my first safari. However, to offer the greatest chance of success at either I need to get my tools […]

Busy, Busy, Busy: Wolf Precision, Steel Safari, Actual Safari

April 24, 2015

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So, when I started this blog three and a half years, ago, I mainly did so to share my trip to shoot long range with the crew at TBAC. I quite rapidly figured out that, I wanted to start shooting matches like the Steel Safari. Last year was finally to be the year I was […]

2015-04-05 Testing the Accuracy International AT in 6.5 Creedmore

April 5, 2015

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Back in 2011, I went out to Oregon to take my first long range precision rifle class. I wrote about it here and immediately decided that I wanted to get into the sport. Work being work, and life being life, it took me some time to follow up. Last spring, I mentioned that I wanted to […]