The show is on the ins and outs of the competitive shooting world utilizing the modern sporting rifle (MSR).
This week’s tip of the week covers a must do for anyone trying to improve in any endeavour, whether it’s shooting or working out. Tune in to hear from an active competitor.
Where to begin when entering the competitive shooting arena? The guys begin with details of the types of competition exist: match and service. What are the differences between the two of them? Which type best suits your style? Are there differences in necessary equipment? Michael discusses course of fire and style differences between match and service.
Next, the discussion moves to the governing bodies that sanction the majority of matches. Michael elaborates on the differences in the organizations and adjustments to the rules. Reed and Michael provide insight into the strengths of each organization, and what types of accomplishments are available for the aspiring marksman.
Finally, they provide very pertinent insight about what it takes to get started in competitive shooting. Starting at equipment, they progress into more advanced improvement strategies such as proper mental state. Additionally, they cover some at home practice drills and basic accessories to begin the journey to competitive shooter.
Anyone can listen to this episode at www.ar15podcast.com/068/. Tune in for listener feedback questions and answers.
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