October 15, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 204 Tools, Talk, and Textbooks
Welcome to the Everyday Sniper, you have Frank from Sniper's Hide bringing you the latest updates from inside my brain.
In this episode, I am talking
Tools, toolkits, fix it sticks, Borka Tools, all the stuff you need and should have to keep your rifle up and running correctly. It's important you carry a set of tools with you when it comes to working on your precision rifle. We recommend the borka tools or fix it sticks as they make mission-specific tool kits for your rifle systems.
Next, I get you caught up on the group buys happening at sniper's hide. We currently have a Cadex Defense chassis buy as well as a Prime Ammunition discount code being offered to members of the Sniper's Hide Community.
Finally, I talk a little racing. I like NASCAR and watched the race on Monday, so I speak a tiny bit about it.
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October 10, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 203 User Comments, Scope Height, Group Buys, Sniper's Hide
HI Eric V, welcome to the everyday sniper podcast. In this episode, we had a bunch of really great questions from the listeners that just happen to correspond to some discussions we were having in the sniper's hide forum.
We are talking,
- Left-Hand Gain Twist
- 224 Valkyrie Twist Rates
- 224 Valkyrie Bullets
- Ted's Charts and graphs
- Me messing up the podcast the first time around
- Group Buys on Sniper's Hide
- Scope Height, how high to mount and optic and why
All this great stuff is being brought to by the awesome listeners we have.
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October 7, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 202 Jack Master Charts, Interview with Ted H
More and more we see hardcopy data is a better way of doing business. The apps have been inconsistent, our phones are constantly being updated and changed. So the only constant in all this all is change. Enter hardcopy charts that are to the next level.
Ted H was a student in our precision rifle class this past weekend. he is also known as Jack Master on Sniper's Hide and produces some of the best data charts I have ever seen. We used his Weaponized Math Charts as well his Wind Angle Offset is outstanding. Seriously useful, seriously easy to navigate.
Stop by the Sniper's Hide forum for the images of the charts and graphs created to bring your data to the next level.
It's much easier to access a laminated page vs trying to access a computer or phone in the field.
These charts and theories work, we put them all into practice and the success is unmistakable.
Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing and thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast
October 3, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 201 Podbean Comments Plus
Does a title for the podcast even matter?
I mean does anyone read this stuff I write, because to be honest, I just ramble so there is something written. I find it weird to write what I am talking about, but I suppose there has to be some kind of description or nobody would know what we are about.
In this episode, I am talking in circles, reading Podbean Comments, and correcting a few previous mistakes I made in regards to my shout-outs.
The comments have been awesome and I appreciate everyone's comments because it is a watched metric. Be sure to keep commenting as I want to see where we fall come the end of the year with Podbean.
Don't forget to head over to Sniper's Hide and hang out in the forum. The forum is much better than Facebook, which is just a constant troll fest out there. As soon as one piece of positive information is posted on FB, some idiot comes in and ruins it. On Sniper's Hide, we crush them so only the good gets through to you.
Thanks again, and be safe out there,
September 29, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 200 Victory Lap with Marc Taylor
We are up here in Alaska at the Sheep Creek Lodge, just finished up our PR 2 class and the reunion for both the lodge and the classes. So Marc Taylor and I are doing our traditional victory lap. We reach a real milestone at the Everyday Sniper with our 200 episodes of the podcast.
Some of the topics we cover,
- Alaska Precision Rifle After Action 2019 season
- Weaponized Math
- LE Training alongside civilians in our class
- Scope test results
- Reticle Holds
- Classes for 2020
- Game Changer Bags
- Shout Out Thanks
PS, the picture was staged, we don't yell at you, but Marc has a reputation of being a bit gruff at times and this was all in good fun. Don't be scared, Halloween is right around the corner.
I cannot believe we have hit 200 episodes, thanks to everyone who makes this possible. Without listeners, we would not be doing this like we are. So thanks again.
Please comment, and thanks again for being a part of the Everyday Sniper, we really really appreciate it.
I hope you continue to enjoy the content.
September 23, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 199 Post Class Ramblings
I am all over the place today, just a lot of things going on so we want to cover a bunch of stuff I might have missed over the previous week.
The knowledge nuggets include
- MHSA Training Class Shoutout
- User Comments
- Sniper's Hide Forum
- Pre and Post Shot checklists
- Best Gear 2019 thoughts
- Manic Musings
Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing, and thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast
September 17, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 198 Special Guest Caylen Wojcik
Great conversation with Caylen on a couple of topics:
- Law Enforcement Sniping and Training
- Match Thoughts
- End of Summer catch up
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Hope you call enjoy the podcast
September 14, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 197, True Range Zero, User Comments
In this episode, I talk about your True Range Zero and what the end-user can do to fix issues with software to help fine-tune your truing. With a true range zero a group that is just .1 mils above center moves your group to 150 yards in terms of how the computer looks at it. So it's important to understand these variations.
Talking Gun Control a tiny bit, all about the messaging we are being attacked with. Make sure you do your part.
Some singing, a little stairway, and random musings.
Finally, we end with User Comments from the PodBean App. Keep the comments coming we all enjoy them.
Thanks for listening and being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast
September 9, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 196 Communicate, Move, Shoot
Thanks for listening and subscribing to the Everyday Sniper Podcast. In this episode we talk, Communication, Movement and Shooting.
Sort of an end of the competition season discussion. We need to communicate before the stage, or even during with a teammate. Then we need to move forward to build our position and finally shoot our targets. So I am taking the Shoot Move Communicate mantra and turning it around in a more logical order of things.
I was working with two guys from California this week who are attending the local Competition Dynamics Team event and getting them spun required them to looking at the match in a different way. They shot it before but with very little prep work, so putting in that extra work required this type of discussion.
Thanks for listening, commenting and being a part of the Podcast.
Hope you enjoy
September 4, 2019
The Everyday Sniper Episode 195 MN AAR,
Back from my class in MN and wanted to say thanks to all who attended. Also a big thanks to Eric S for approaching me about it, then a special thank you to the board members who approved the class. It's always great to visit new locations and see the dynamic of these ranges. The students were awesome too, everyone improved and we got to see first hand the benefit of instruction.
Some of the things I talk about in this episode:
- Minnesota Class
- Shot Marker Electronic Target System
- Wind at new locations
- Strategies for traveling to new locations
Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing and thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper podcast.
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