This Week on Shooting USA – Vintage Sniper Competition

Great Britain built on its famous Lee Enfield action to create one of the most accurate sniper weapons, the L42A1.
Great Britain built on its famous Lee Enfield action to create one of the most accurate sniper weapons, the L42A1.

Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com) – This time, Historic Rifles are on the firing line. It’s the Vintage Sniper Match in Talladega for collectors competing with classic rifles and historically accurate scopes from the two World Wars.

Plus, John welcomes a new rifle shooter as his Amateur for the Bushnell GAP Grind Precision Rifle Challenge. And, the Remington Rolling Block, that saved the company after the Civil War, is now one of History’s Guns.

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tom henry
tom henry
2 years ago

Sniper competition?? Where’s the beef, you have the bread but left out the main course. Bad journalism folks.

Badger Jack
Badger Jack
2 years ago

Was this supposed to actually BE an article about the Vintage Sniper Matches?
IF it was, it is a complete failure…
INFO would be nice.

JS
JS
2 years ago

The lead pic was the one without eye protection. I use eye, ear and other protection as needed but Im a live and let live person. You dont want eye protection, thats fine, its on you. More than likely nothing will happen to the person in their entire lives but it is a good safety item. To each their own.

durabo
durabo
2 years ago

Another photo editor failure: Where is the eye protection gear on this shooter?

Rock
Rock
2 years ago
Reply to  durabo

The only pic I see of a shooter, has glasses on…

Rock
Rock
2 years ago
Reply to  durabo

Ahhh, when I clicked the POST block to send my comment, a second NON GLASSED shooter pic pops up…