This Week on Shooting USA – Hornady Precision Hunter Challenge

Hornady Precision Hunter Challenge
Hornady Precision Hunter Challenge

Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)-  The challenge is for precision rifle shooters at distances only possible in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, with steel targets sized to simulate the vitals of western game animals.

Plus, new hunting choices in ammo and firearms.

And the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association welcomes today’s modern in-line muzzleloaders to test their skill in long-range hunting competition.

Byron Ferguson has an Impossible Shot you’ve never seen.

And a Pro Tip from the Army Marksmanship Unit for hunters on Point Blank Zero. More Info…

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GAMtns
GAMtns
11 days ago

Wish I could find some. I’d buy a case. Just used my 6.5 for the first time with a PA 3-18 FFP scope. Oh my! I have never been so accurate.

Hazcat
Hazcat
12 days ago

How about making sure that the bullet still has enough energy to ethically kill the game represented by the target. Just because you can hit it doesn’t make it a good kill.