HOW TO RUN A SUB-30 SECOND PRS BARRICADE
In the event of a tie at a Precision Rifle Series shooting competition, the winner is determined by who can run the PRS barricade fastest and get the most impacts. The typical amateur shooter can expect a time of 1:10-1:30. Well in this video MDT Pro Francis Colon who currently holds the fastest record breaks down the steps and practice needed to attain a sub 30-second barricade run.
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Ever thought about shooting a bullet, backwards? Well, we did (for some reason), and we even tried it. The results? Surprising, to say the least. You can check it out in the video above.
watch: HOW TO CLEAN YOUR RIFLE LIKE A PRO
Two of the world's top-performing precision rifle shooters walk us through how they clean their rifles to retain consistency at every match. From tips for checking trigger weight to how to clean uncommon spots like your raceways. MDT Pro Shooters Chad Heckler and Francis Colon share an in-depth breakdown and instructions on how to clean your rifle like a pro.
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Avid hunter and North American Super Slammer Jon Pynch, takes us through some of his journeys and experiences with the HNT26. Explaining how the benefits of this ultra-lightweight, ergonomic, and customizable chassis, has made the HNT26 his ultimate tool for backcountry hunting.