This Week on Shooting USA: Texas Varmint Benchrest

Competitors aim for tiny varmint targets at very long ranges. It's Varmint Bench Rest, but with a Texas twist.
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Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- This time, it’s small varmints shot at long ranges in the Lone Star State. It’s precision shooting with benchrest rifles in the latest version of two traditional sports becoming a new challenge: silhouette and benchrest. And John also tries the challenge of knocking down 1-MOA Coyotes with his Precision Rifle.

Then, families compete together with .22-caliber pistols and rifles. It’s the Rimfire Challenge World Championship, with hundreds of competitors ringing steel on the ranges in Alabama, including a six-year-old hot shot!

And, one of the most popular rifles in the world for military, police, hunters and enthusiasts. The Remington 700 is one of History’s Guns. Tune in Wednesday to Outdoor Channel.

 

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