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Olympic Small Bore Rifle Shooting with Amanda Furrer - USA Shooting Team

NSSF's Bill Brassard discusses smallbore three-position rifle shooting with USA Shooting Team member and London Olympic gold hopeful Amanda Furrer. She also provides a tips that shooters of all ability levels can use to improve their performances, which, as you'll soon see, at this level of competition is 90% mental. (NSSF Video) #LetsGoShooting #NSSF
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How to Sight In a Rifle Scope / Zero Your Gun Sights Quickly (with Shootility SightSet)

This video is a short introduction to SightSet.

Shootility SightSet is an app that's ideal for small bore, full bore or air rifle target shooters and hunters, or if you have adjustable pistol sights. It's designed to help you sight in your rifle scope or mechanical sights quickly and simply, minimising wastage of costly ammunition.

SightSet holds details of the click settings for all of your sights & scopes. You pick a target from the list provided (or add your own), set a range, and then simply plot your shots as they fall on the target.

SightSet tells you how many clicks that you need to zero your sight and the direction to turn the adjustment control.

With no calculations to make there's less chance of error, and you can zero your sights without having to be a rocket scientist!


SightSet is available on iTunes in all App Stores. Sign in to your iTunes account, follow the link:



then click on the View in iTunes button.

For more information about SightSet, please visit
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EnglishShooting Live Stream 30/7/20

Join Callum from EnglishShooting, covering all the past weeks shooting news and topics! Enjoy!

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Canon 700D Camera
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Opinions are my own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of any companies mentioned in the video.
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Patreon Q&A, February 2020

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Bloke and Chap answer questions from Patrons. Topics discussed:

0:59 - Vetterli modifications for smokeless & GP90
2:49 - What is an interesting skill you've picked up?
4:48 - The Chap’s French skills, nationalities & Swiss-German
8:35 – Will a straight-pull L1A1 be allowed in the next BOTR bolt action challenge?
10:34 – Why are revolver hammers larger than those on semi-autos?
12:18 – How do you actually use volley sights?
15:00 – Future firearm myths to be debunked
19:43 – Commercial ammunition manufacturers and 174gr FB bullets
23:20 – Bloke and Chap’s experience with Japanese bolt actions
24:50 – What were the limiting factors of early 20th century marksmen’s’ rifles?
31:50 – Do Bloke or Chap like gin?
33:08 – How many guns do each of you own and what are they?
33:45 – What if the British had adopted a rimless cartridge post-WWI?
39:08 – Thoughts on dry firing military bolt actions
41:12 – Good things you remember about UK target rifle?
43:10 – What are the best guns of the black powder era?
47:00 – What is a good GP11 approximation for reloading?
49:48 – Quality or matching serial numbers as a better indication of a rifle for target shooting
51:01 – What happened to Schützen in Switzerland?
53:41 – Reproduction bolt knobs for Swiss straight pulls & Sig 550 content
55:39 – Is there shotgun shooting in Switzerland?
57:30 – How do you reload for the Vetterli?
1:01:29 – What is your favorite type of competitive shooting and what do you find most challenging?
1:04:30 – Will you cover the South African take-down SMLE?
1:06:23 – What is considered the best Swiss chocolate?

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Intro to Target Rifle

In the class room for Intro to Target Rifle at the National Shooting Centre #NRAUK

The 2014 U.S. Fullbore Championships, Camp Perry, Ohio

The National Rifle Association of America and ICFRA join forces in preparation for the 2015 World Championship of Long Range Rifle Shooting at Camp Perry, OH.

Long Range Target Shooting - Liana's experience (14yrs)

Liana, 14years of age, started shooting when she was 11.
Joining her father on the range she created an interest in Fullbore (long range) shooting and now uses the benefits in her daily life.

Watch the interview held during the 'QRA Queens', Queensland's annual competition event, with participants from all over the world.

Try shooting? Join the QRA's #GIVEITASHOT program.
For more information:
QRA: 07 3398 4309

Discovering F-class - A Basic Intro

Sharing how I discovered F-class and some basic equipment needed to be a competitor in a F-class Competition.

To start as a competitor please inquire or join the following:
British Columbia Rifle Association

Mission District Rod and Gun Club

Kamloops Target Sports Association

Anette Wachter BC Target Rifle Champion

2011 BC Championship and Lt. Governor's Cup winner Anette Wachter gets carried in the chair back to the Clubhouse.

Canadian Target Rifle (TR) competitor Robert (Bob) Pitcarin interview at Rattlesnake Mtn

Dominion of Canada Rifle Association (DCRA) Hall of Famer Robert (Bob) Pitcarin at the
Washington State Palma Championship

Thoughts on Tri Cities Shooting Association (TCSA) Rattle Snake Mountain Range and equipment used during the shoot.

Congratulations to Bob, he was tied in the grand aggregates for score and X's, received second place only on count back.
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Raising HEXTA electronic targets

Two people putting up HEXTA-002 electronic targets at the Hornsby Rifle Range, Sydney. The targets are used for fullbore competition shooting.

Easton Outfitters Fullbore XT Hunting Pack

Easton Outfitters Fullbore XT Hunting Pack is now available at EagleArchery LLC!

Electronic Targets HEXTA online Real Time aggregate shooting results

In 2011 HEX Systems pioneered real-time online display of shooting results for fullbore competition.
In 2014 HEXTA real-time functionality was fully integrated with HEXTA electronic target systems and is provided as a free service to all HEXTA users.

Spirit of America (1)

The Bald Eagles Rifle Club - Spirit of America Fullbore Rifle Prone Match - NRA Whittington Center, near Raton, New Mexico - August 2004

MecoIncNC.com Laser Activated Target - Rifle/Pistol/Air/Archery - Laser Sight

Why walk downrange to change targets anymore!
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What makes a rifle a target rifle?

A short video describing what a typical target rifle looks like for long distance shooting. If you are competing the exact limitations and rules will be determined by the exact type and class you are shooting in. I have tried to describe some of the basics as it relates to most target rifles. The specific rifle shown in the video is an Opened F Class rifle in 6 mmm Dascher.

Spirit of America (2)

The Bald Eagles Rifle Club - Spirit of America Fullbore Rifle Prone Match - NRA Whittington Center, near Raton, New Mexico - August 2004

Western Province Bisley 2011 Target Rifle Administrator's Cup Winner (S.A. Bisley Union)

Alexander Coetzee Western Province Bisley 2011 Target Rifle Administrator's Cup Winner (South African Bisley Union)

Hornady® XTP® bullets

Designed for hunting, self-defense and law enforcement applications, the XTP® bullet demonstrates the kind of accuracy that led many competitive shooters to adopt it. Reliable performance makes the XTP® the most popular handgun bullet for both target shooters and hunters. But it's the stopping power of the XTP® bullet that has truly built its world-class reputation. From the onset, XTP® bullets were specifically designed to expand reliably at a wide range of handgun velocities to deliver deep penetration with every shot.

When to start reloading your own ammunition

We discuss when the right time to start reloading might be and a few of the reasons you might want to start reloading.

this will be followed by weekly videos for the next 6 weeks as part of the Basics of reloading series.

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Big thanks to Nioa for supporting this video series.



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