Browsing All posts tagged under »long range«

Wolf Precision Long Range School: Day One photos are up

May 9, 2015


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

April 24, 2015


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 […]

What a suppressed rifle shooting supersonic ammo sounds like

March 6, 2014


Thunder Beast Arms #205 Practical Field Shooting Workshop Review

March 5, 2014


I started this blog back in 2011, mainly to remember a major trip to Oregon. The pretense for the trip was Thunder Beast Arms’ Practical Field Rifle 101 Course. Basically, I signed up for three days of serious practical long range shooting. With a day on each end of the trip to travel to and […]

Thunder Beast Arms Practical Field Rifle 101: Class Photo

October 7, 2011


I’d like to thank the TBAC Crew, Shane and Ray for putting on a good class. The class really redefined what I consider to be “long range” and what I consider to be a “tough shot.” Zak for lending me the sweet AI AW (PS, I’m buying one of your cans as soon as I […]

Thunder Beast Arms Practical Field Rifle 101: Day 3 Recap

October 7, 2011


The third and final day of the course started indoors. Although the 101 course is primarily a prone-based class, Ray and Shane made an administrative decision to teach us several field expedient positions today. While prone is clearly the most stable position, it isn’t practical in some hunting, field matches, and/or tactical situations. Ray and […]

Thunder Beast Arms Practical Field Rifle 101: Day 1/2 Recap

October 6, 2011


As I mentioned in my first post I’ve been shooting seriously for about a decade. Competition and serious training have been major parts of my shooting career.  I’ve trained with Chuck Taylor, Front Sight, USA Academy, ITTS, and a few other groups, all of those classes have been either Carbine, Pistol, or Submachine Gun. Although […]