May 21, 2018
The Everyday Sniper Episode 59 MHSA Class, Truing Target, Software
Just finished up teaching our Precision Rifle Basic Class for MHSA Training Group. Excellent weekend with all the students, learned a lot. We saw a lot of things I believe can be improved on. It's crazy how many things are just not consistent the way I would like.
The AA Targets Truing Target worked out very well. I like using this a lot and I am gonna add more of these to the range. You cannot understate how well these can work in class.
Thanks to Mike for being the A-Instructor this past weekend. He was on fire during the class. Tons of fun listening to him.
Please stop by MHSA Training Group, Sniper's Hide, and
May 16, 2018
Here we are, ANOTHER Adam joke....Did you make it through?
GOOD, because we are going to give you the after actions of the Pawnee Match.
We wished for more inclement weather, but it fucked us by not giving us the rain we wanted.
Free style for 40-50mins. I hope you didn't bet on the wrong horse. (unedited)
Thank you for listening and sharing. Find us at Mile High Shooting and Snipers Hide. If this is your favorite long range precision podcast, drop us some reviews on iTunes and FB. Thanks and enjoy. Happy Birthday Dawn! (War Horse Dev)
May 14, 2018
Welcome back to The Everyday Sniper! (Unedited)
You asked for him and Adam is back. Adam and Mike are headed to a match and que you into the conversations they have on the way up. This is a part 1 of 2. Part will cover post match.
Large Firing Pin AX Rifle (contraversy)
Mentally preparing for inclement weather
6mm BR Varients and why
What you get from reloading till 2 in the morning
Prepared Vs Unprepared
Fun first, Points second
TRUST YOUR DOPE!
Back to equipment, "What did I forget?"
Kestrel backup, Geoballistics.
Comfort level of accuracy
Always free, always commercial free. Thank you for listening and sharing. Come find us at Mile High Shooting, Snipers Hide and the Everyday Sniper's website. Drop us reviews on FB and iTunes.
Thank you, everyone and thank you for listening to your favorite precision rifle podcast.
May 12, 2018
The Everyday Sniper Episode 56 Truing Errors, You have to Shoot it
Question have come up regarding which Kestrel to buy to link to phone software
We talk about truing errors and the necessity to shoot your rifles at distance
Thanks for listening, thanks for Sharing,
Revic: Code SHPMR18 good for the month of May
May 9, 2018
The Everyday Sniper Episode 55 Site updates, Reloading Philosphy
A few updates regarding the Everyday Sniper's new website, you can find it at www.everydaysniper.com I am working on it, but you can get the basic idea of where we are going.
I answer a few questions from the podbean app, and then get into a philosphical discussion on my reloading thoughts.
I go through a few of the pros and cons, short answer, I answer "WHY" I do what I do.
Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing and thanks for posting your questions and comments
May 8, 2018
The Everyday Sniper Episode 54 Tikka Tac A1, 100 Yard Zero
In this episode, we talk about the Tikka Tac A1 rifle in 260REM. I upgraded my Tikka to a Bartlein Left Hand Gain Twist Barrel in 260. I talk about the results, the process, etc.
That brings me to discussing our zeros. We should all be using a 100 yard zero unless our scopes has a reticle that requires a different zero. But we want to fine tune our zeros via the software using a True Range Zero. The Hornady video on YT explains this as well I have a Utility in ColdBore 1.0 that helps determine the distance.
From a True Range Zero we go into shaving errors, what can we control and how do we resolve these variables properly.
I appreciate everyone listening, sharing and subscribing to the Everyday Sniper Podcast
May 5, 2018
The Everyday Sniper Episode 53 Forever Studio Tattoo Part 2
Mike and Frank are still sitting in the chair getting their Tattoo on and talking shooting.
Thanks to Todd at the Forever Studio for the awesome tattoos and letting us record while getting worked on.
Thanks to all the Listeners, the Followers and the guys Sharing and commenting on the podcast
Definitely the phones interferring, we heard, put them in Airplane and Mode and the sounds go away.
May 3, 2018
The Everyday Sniper Episode 52 Forever Studio Tattoo Part 1
Tonight Mike and Frank do an Everyday Sniper boys night out at the Forever Studio Tattoo Parlor.
Todd from Forever Studio had us in the chair let us record, fun evening, two parts,
Thanks to Todd, it was fun on a Rainy Wednesday Night
Don't mind the buzzing that is just the Tattoo Machine at Work
April 28, 2018
The Everyday Sniper Episode 51 Spindrift, Garmin Foretrex 701, PMR428
In this episode I talk about Spindrift based off a thread in the Sniper's Hide forum. New numbers, new information that significantly reduces the value.
I am walking around the neighborhood with the Garmin Foretrex 701 with Applied Ballistics built in.
Talking the Revic PMR428 Ballistic Calculating Scope, high marks for the Revic and a Group Buy on the Horizon.
Prime Ammo sale for the NRA Show, get your discounts today.
Competition Discount Codes.
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April 26, 2018
The Everyday Sniper Episode 50 Scope Reticles, .22 Scale Factor
Frank here from Sniper's Hide in this episode we talk scope buying advice and what to look for in a reticle. Your decision should first be based on your budget, then look at the reticles. The reticle is your point of interaction with the scope, how well you understand and accept the reticle matters.
.22 Scale factor, because .22 competitions are getting big, we want to understand how to scale our .22 rifle to match our centerfire drop. So there are several methods for determining your scale factor.
I mention Ballistic Edge and FinnAccuracy for two examples. You can download the FinnAccuracy Excel Spreadsheet which I highly recommend.
Looking forward to my Vudoo Gun Works .22 to arrive in the next few days.
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