September 27, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: I'm busy, how about you, Back in AK
Your Fix is in, another episode of the Everyday Sniper Podcast, because apparently I have been slacking on my listeners. Or maybe I spoiled you all by posting so many episodes one right after another, when I need a short break I get slack in the comments. Motivate me,
Topics of this Episode
- Back in Alaska
- Mover Class
- .22s to 500 Yards Whacking shit wholesale
- Second Focal Plane Scopes hurt my brain
- No Ghosts
Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing, thanks for being a part of the everyday sniper podcast.
September 16, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Wheels and the Legman Interview
Two of the top competitor out there, Serge and Jorge join us today to talk competition, local matches and just some general get out and shoot philosophies with me.
I was bored again, wanted to talk to someone besides myself so I rang up Serge and Jorge to talk smack on the podcast. A little behind the scenes, insider information.
- Local San Diego Competitions
- Match Thoughts
- Traveling to matches and mindset
- Drama in Comps
- Drama on the internet
Thanks to Wheels and Legman for a great conversation. We extended this one a bit because we were just talking like we normally do.
Thanks for listening, Thanks for sharing, and thanks for being a part of the everyday sniper podcast
September 10, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Bored, I'm bored, so bored, totally bored.
Tired of repeating myself unless it's something important or something that needs to be said, but I personally feel I have said it all, more than once. With that, I am bored and just rambling like an idiot.
Sure there may be a nugget or two in there, but odds are, I am saying a lot of nothing in this episode which on the other hand might be fun for someone out there.
If you are as bored as me, comment, either in the podbean app or online at Sniper's Hide in the forum.
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So that is my story and I am not sticking to it. If you want to know what I mentioned in this episode you'll just have to listen and find out. No spoilers...
Hey Ryan, I am calling you out, or am I, could be, but maybe not, you just never know?
September 3, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Straight Jacket Armory with Bartlein Barrels, Supply & Demand
May you live in interesting times!
The firearm industry is on fire right now, demand has never been greater and we living through the perfect storm of violence in the streets, politics, and the pandemic. All this has combined to put a huge crush on the industry.
I have Nick from Straight Jacket Armory and Frank Green on the phone to talk about the supply chain in terms of barrels and components. With demand being where it stands, the barrel industry is a good weather gauge to measure the temperature of the water. Temps are high, and supply is low.
It's important to put these things into perspective and getting the perspective from Frank and Nick should be illuminating.
Thanks to both guys for breaking it down and thanks to all the listeners.
August 27, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Episode 271:End of the Roadtrip
Back from our epic road trip across the United States. Ending in Tennesse at Treadproof we had a great group of shooters. They are making improvements as we speak and the target package was nice. Tons of small steel plates scattered across the range.
Overall we had a kick-ass group of students, they took instruction well, we had great after-hour parties wherever we went. So thanks to everyone for making it a memorable trip.
One learning experience is, rifle rests are not rear bags, sure you can compromise and use them, but to be honest, it's no the best tool for the job.
Lastly managed recoil, I think we need to clean up the free recoil references to call them managed recoiled or percent or recoil, something different that better describes the process. I think we are all doing it very similarly, but we are calling it something else each time, and this where the confusion comes from.
All good though, thanks for listening, sharing and being a part of the everyday sniper podcast. Cheers,
August 20, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Berger No BS BC Part 8 Reloading
Welcome to Part 8 of the Berger No BS BC Series, Reloading for Long Range Shooting Part 2. We continue the conversation with Bryan and Emil in regards to reloading for long range shooting.
In this episode we talk:
- Determining your powder charge
- Seating Depth
- Mindset for the Reloader
- Sample size and considerations
This is another great episode full of knowledge bombs for the long range shooter. We really appreciate Emil and Bryan for taking the time to discuss these topics and offer their advice as well as their personal experiences.
Berger No BS BC
thanks for listening thanks for sharing and thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast
August 16, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Ted Hoeger Interviews Marc & Frank
We are in Iowa teaching a precision rifle class on our midwest tour, and Ted Hoeger creator of the Weaponized Math Cheat Sheets wanted to go James Lipton on us.
We do a nice a insider Q&A with Ted, answering a variety of questions. I was a little horse from teaching and talking, something you all think I do a lot, but often gets me without my voice.
I really think you'll think this episode. Ted digs deep and we give him some honest answers.
Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing, thanks for commenting, and thanks to Ted for coming up with the idea.
August 10, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Episode 269 Road Tripping
Okay Everyday Sniper Listeners, Marc and Frank are on the Road driving to Dubuque Iowa for our next set of classes. We just left Minnesota after a short pit stop at JP Rifles. Happy Birthday Adam!
We had a great class in MN with the guys at the Gopher Rifle and Revolver club, we more importantly we are answering your questions.
You asked, we answered, and had a little fun with it as we drive the backroads. I think we have another fun podcast here for you all. We love those mountains with the four big heads...
Hope you enjoy, thanks for listening, thanks for sharing and thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast
August 3, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Nebraska After Action, American Pie Edition
Hello from the heartland everybody, Marc and Frank have taken the show on the road and we are coming at you from Imperial Nebraska. Home to JM Precision, and we just finished a class for Jake McDaniel.
We out here on the road building marksman and giving you our lessons learned. We break it down just like you were in class.
- The Imperceivable Press
- Competition Scars
- Great Students
- Awesome Hosts
- Sir Marcus Taylor - Doper of Gravity
It's all great fun and we hope you enjoy this, please challenge us, we want to hear from you. Tell us what you want us to talk about ?
Thanks for listening thanks for sharing.
July 28, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Berger No BS BC Part 7, Reloading for Long Range
This is Part One of Reloading for Long Range Shooting. This is another masterclass lesson on the Do's and Don't of precision reloading.
In Part One we go over:
- Brass Prep
- Primers and details around Primer depth and methodology
- Reloading Equipment
- Dies and Primer Tools
As I said, this is a multi-Listen event. If you have questions for part two be sure to head over to Sniper's Hide to ask it.
Thanks again to Bryan and Emil for a great discussion.