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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 – 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 […]
Danger Space What is it and why is it worth knowing? Danger Space is essentially the punch line to some basic exterior ballistic analysis. It was a concept taught to Snipers 10 to 15 yrs ago to give them the analytical tools to make good decisions about whether the shot they were about to take […]
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).
Tips for Hosting Precision Rifle Matches by Justin Willhite.
Some great information for aspiring match directors, from someone who recently went through the process of setting up their first 2 day match! Great information if your thinking about putting on a match, or just interested into what goes on behind the scenes.
A nice comparison of the Kestrel 5700 Elite with AB and LiNK vs the Kestrel 4500 with AB and Bluetooth done by Justin. It presents a lot of great content and a step by step comparison of the features between both units. Click here to read more about the comparisons and some of the new features of the 5700.
Improve your Precision Rifle game by refocusing on the fundamentals of rifle marksmanship. Learn from Silas Ostaff prior Special Forces Sniper Course instructor at Ft. Bragg, as he reminds you about the most core fundamental skills needed to put rounds on target at long range.