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Preparing for the 2021 Sniper Adventure Challenge – Physically

Preparing for the 2021 Sniper Adventure Challenge

Since Tyler Hughes from Max Ordinate Academy (my partner for SAC) brought it up on our podcast I figured I would go into some detail about preparing for the 2021 Sniper Adventure Challenge. Hopefully I can explain how I prepare each year for the Sniper Adventure Challenge, and that will help you get ready for […]

2020 Sniper Adventure Challenge

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The Race 04SEP2020 – 05SEP2020 Tyler from Max Ordinate Academy and I spent approximately 35 hours doing Land Navigation across 30+ miles and a variety of random tasks in an attempt to complete the 2020 Sniper Adventure Challenge. ** Note, I am publishing this in uncompleted form since I never completed writing the post, but […]

2021 Steel Safari Train-Up

Steel Safari Train-Up

May 7-9 2021: I took the Level 3+ Steel Safari Train-Up course offered by Colorado Precision Rifle at the JP Rifles Blue Steel Ranch in Logan New Mexico. I planned to shoot the 2021 Steel Safari for the first time as a Carbine shooter since I shoot most of my team matches. I often use […]

My 2019 Sniper Adventure Challenge Gear Review

Sniper Adventure Challenge Gear

2019 SAC Gear Review and Weights For most normal people (other than team Fuller/Steinbach) gear and the weight you have to carry is a big part of the Sniper Adventure Challenge.  While it certainly is a competitive advantage to have a light pack there is no real mystery to getting towards the light side of […]

2019 Sniper Adventure Challenge

2019 Sniper Adventure Challenge

2019 Sniper Adventure Challenge – An Extreme Endurance Race for shooters! Match Name:  2019 Sniper Adventure Challenge Location:  Q-Creek Ranch Hannah, WY Coordinates: 42.208956N°, 106.523373W° Match Director:  Competition-Dynamics Match Dates: Sept 6-8 2019 Introduction to the Race Every year I have been involved in the Sniper Adventure Challenge it has been different.  This is what […]

Relationship with Warhorse Development and the Saracen Bag

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In April of 2017 Warhorse Development (Chas Bales) and Bison Tactical collaborated on the development of a new shooting bag.  In May of 2017 these two businesses signed a “Contract for Development and Distribution”, effective March 1, 2017 to produce the bag which became known as the Saracen Bag (a.k.a. Tactical Udder).