July 6, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Berger No BS BC Part 5 The Wind
Welcome to the Berger No BS BC-Series on the Everday Sniper Podcast. In this episode, I wanted to take advantage of having Bryan and Emil on the show by highlighting the wind. Emil is known for his wind reading skills so not digging deeper into this part of shooting would be a crime.
We talk about the philosophies of reading the wind, what we look at, and what we are looking for. I think this is another master class episode of the series.
Thanks to Berger for the No BS BC Series, for making Emil and Bryan available to the audience and such a fun podcast episode.
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June 29, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Berger No BS BC Part 4: ELR with Bryan and Emil
Part 4 of the Berger No BS BC Series, this episode we talk ELR shooting or Extreme Long Range Considerations. There is a lot more that goes into a shot and the bullet design when it comes to ELR Shooting. Bryan and Emil discuss the highs and lows of this discipline.
- Applied Ballistics
- Bullet Design
- 416 vs 375 thoughts
- Mental Application to Shooting
This is really another master class on ballistics and shooting from Bryan and Emil, I highly recommend a few listens to absorb it all.
Thanks for listening, sharing, and being a part of the Everyday Sniper.
Thank you to Berger, Lapua, Applied Ballistics, and Emil for opening up their No BS BC to our podcast.
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June 23, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Episode 260: Sniper's Hide Cup AAR
Back from the Sniper's Hide Cup in Colville Washington. Breaking down some lessons learned and giving you my observations from the field.
- Talking Stages,
- Targets and how to Adjust for a more interesting package
- Competitors I spoke with
It's all part of it, the experience of attending a match and helping new shooters. The juniors, the first time competitors, and how you work with them.
A slight commentary on the politics of the season in regards to my Nascar Fandom, I am Nascar fan so I want to comment on it. I think they are a good example to follow right now.
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June 16, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Episode 259 Marc & Frank Alaska After Action
Marc and I have a nice detailed discussion regarding the first block of Precision Rifle Classes in Alaska. These lessons learned will help the shooter understand what we see, how we address it, and what the student can do to better prepare.
We talk about the scope tracking test we conducted, review the results.
We address the questions posted from the previous episode.
The class of shooters has definitely changed over time and we look at that impact on the overall class dynamic.
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June 10, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Episode 258: AK Ramblings with Marc & Frank
We are out of lockdown up in Alaska teaching the Precision Rifle Classes with Marc Taylor.
Sort of a shotgun approach talking about the lessons learned from the two classes we just finished up. Their mistakes are your training opportunities. We try to pass along these knowledge bombs as we see them, and what we did to correct them.
The was part of the feedback we got, people have taken classes from others, and they feel our hands on approach fixes the little things. Stuff other people miss, we pick up, analyze and repair.
We carpet bombed you this episode because we had German Jets on our tail.
As for the delay I was on strike, so LOL
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May 28, 2020
The Everyday Sniper: Berger No BS BC with Bryan Litz & Emil Praslick Part 3
Part 3 of the Berger No BS BC Campaign this is combined with articles posted on the Berger Website. Stop by to see their new products and articles from Bryan.
In this episode, Bryan talks about the effects of a BC at both long and short ranges in terms of accuracy. We look at Precision in terms of group size and accuracy based on the location of the group center. So with this in mind, listen to Bryan break this down.
We move from bullet BCs to some wind deflection talk, before heading over to the .22 rimfire discussion. I really wanted to hit on 22s as they are so popular and this conversation is a masterclass.
Thanks to Bryan and Emil for participating and answering all your questions and to Capstone / Berger / Lapua for making them both available.
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May 25, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Episode: 256 The Ever Sexy Chris Roberts
Masterclass interview with Chris Roberts, former Army Sniper Instructor, and current SME for the sniping class. Chris and I have a great conversation on the direction and mindset of the current military programs.
Lots of people wonder what goes into the military thinking when choosing products and systems for snipers. Here we have access to an inside voice.
A multi-listen episode for sure.
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May 21, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Episode 255: John Nores Hidden War Author
This was a great interview, and slightly outside the EDS box. John is an awesome interview, this is definitely a must-hear.
John wrote the Hidden War, and his bio is:
Since 1992, Lt. John Nores Jr. has served as a game warden with the California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW). There he co-developed the Marijuana Enforcement Team (MET) and Delta Team, the CDFW’s first comprehensive wilderness spec ops tactical and sniper unit, aimed at combatting the marijuana cartel’s decimation of California’s wildlife resources. Lt. Nores and his team have been featured on the National Geographic channel’s television series, “Wild Justice.” In addition, Nores is the author of numerous magazine articles and the book, War in the Woods: Combating the Marijuana Cartels on America’s Public Lands.
May 18, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Episode 254 Chris Wiencke Applied Ballistics Training Div
Chris developed a passion for long-range shooting and hunting from a young age. He previously served with the Australian Army, and has seen operational service in Afghanistan. Chris developed his skills and expertise over a number of years, having instructed and managed numerous sniper courses. He holds a Graduate Diploma in Management (Learning) and uses the extensive skills, knowledge, and professional experiences obtained throughout his career to provide high-quality outcomes in support of Applied Ballistics training events.
We sit down with Chris W from the Applied Ballistics Training Division. Many are not familiar with the Training side of Applied Ballistics so Chris is here to fill us all in. The Training Division travels across the country providing training and services for shooters of all experience levels.
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May 14, 2020
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Bryan Litz & Emil Praslick Berger No BS BC Part 2
Here we bring you part of the Berger No BS BC Episodes featuring Bryan Litz and Emil Praslick.
In this episode, we talk about the Long Range Hybrid Bullets from Berger. As well we get into an extended discussion on stability and twist rates. What goes into stabilizing a bullet and how does twist rate affect this process.
Bryan and Emil breakdown several philosophies in this area, super great conversion takes place.
For more information as well as new articles, check out the Berger No BS BC websites,
Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing don't forget to comment or ask questions over at the Sniper's Hide website.
Thanks again to Berger, Capstone, Bryan, and Emil for a great episode.
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