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Essential Gear for CMP High Power Rifle Matches

There are very few videos on Youtube dealing with this topic, so I decided to make one. I hope you find it helpful.

3 Rifles Every Rifleman Should Have

Unconsciously is different than unconscious. Synonyms for unconsciously include automatically, instinctively, and reflexively. So, be able to automatically work the safety and bolt on a rifle. Work them without conscious thought.
Regarding Dry Firing: All Ruger rifles are safe to dry fire (read Ruger's website). Some 22's will be damaged if they are dry fired, however a Savage MkII (or any current production Savage 22, or the Ruger 10/22) is safe to dry fire.

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The three rifles that every rifleman should own. A 22 LR (small), a medium, and a large rifle. All rifles should be the same type (bolt action, lever action, semi auto, etc.) If possible, every rifle should be the same model. This will ensure that the skills used in one rifle will transfer to the others.

Don't read too much into the title. It is 3 Rifles you should have, not *the only*3 rifles you should have. Big difference. Of course, other rifles are fun. My position is that these three are the foundation.

The 22 LR should always be in a rifle collection. This is the training rifle. It is inexpensive to shoot and has zero recoil. This translates into hours of training at minimal expense and no fatigue. The 22 LR is the platform to learn shooting fundamentals and the muscle memory needed to shoot and reload without conscious thought.

The medium and large rifles follow the 22 LR. These rifles teach shooting fundamentals with a centerfire rifle, which is heavier and has more recoil.

The medium rifle is a moderately powered rifle. Consider the 223 Rem, 22-250, 243 Win, or 6mm Rem. Advantages of a 223 Rem is cost per shot, which is half that of the other cartridges. The 22-250 is flat shooting. The 243 and 6mm can be used for both small game and for deer depending on bullet weight. All of these rifles would have low recoil.

The large rifle is a true hunting rifle. A 30-06 or 270 would be ideal, but not essential. Any of the 308 family (260, 7mm-08, 308) or 30-06 family (25-06, 270, 280, 30-06) will work. Any of these is effective for most hunting in the US. They are also ballistically similar for shots up to 250 yards. A magnum rifle also fits into this category, but comes with some extra recoil and extra expense. Any rifle bigger than 30 caliber does not really fit into this category because it is typically not needed for North American hunting and has added expense. If elk and bear are all that will be hunting, then maybe consider a 338 with the warning that this produce hefty recoil.

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Fulton Armory Article, covers many of the priciples in this video, and advocates dry firing as a training tool.

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NRA Highpower Rifle Competition

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The most powerful rifle of shoulder of the world

The guys of Americas Muzzleloader enjoy firing with one of the biggest and powerful rifle of shoulder to the world. Named .950 JDJ he was developed by J.D. Jones of SSK Industries. The fired bullet has a 670 meter speed per second and its power in term of ballistic energy is comparable to that of the shells of tank of the World War I. This rifle costs the moderate 8700$ sum and its bullets cost 42$ the unity.


Introduction to Highpower Rifle

A brief introduction to NRA/CMP Highpower Rifle shooting.

Big Bore 50 Caliber Air Rifle Hunt for Wild Boar

Big Bore 50 caliber air rifle hunt for hogs just north of Houston, Texas.

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World's Most Powerful Airgun vs. Concrete Block!

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Benjamin Rogue .357 - The world's most powerful production air rifle

Team Wild's Ian Harford gets to grips with the phenomenal Benjamin Rogue .357 - the most powerful and technologically advanced hunting air rifle in the world. Having already taken a number of big game animals in South Africa, Ian gives you a closer look at the Benjamin Rogue .357 and it's array of innovative features. Prepare to be amazed!

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High Power Rifle Standing Practice

Practicing slow fire standing at the Inland Fish and Game shooting facility in Highland, CA.


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Airforce Condor High Power Pellet Rifle

The Condor is for shooters who need a rifle that is not only more powerful than a spring-piston air gun, but is also one of the most powerful pre-charged pneumatic rifles on the market as it easily achieves 1250 feet per second in .22 caliber. The Condor is light weight (6.5 lbs) and offers adjustable power (600-1300fps depending on power setting, caliber, and pellet weight). Dial the power down for target shooting at close ranges, or dial the power up for long range small game hunting.

An integral extended scope rail allows for easy mounting of lasers, bipods, and other accessories to provide the shooter with an adaptive air gun shooting system. Designed for air gun hunting in the growing number of states that allow hunting, this system can also be used by various military and law enforcement agencies for pest control or special tactical applications.

Available in .25, .22, .20 and .177 caliber, black, blue or red finish.

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High Power Rifle class (part 1/3)

An introduction to High Power Service Rifle shooting with LTC Jon Casillas of the USAR Shooting Team

Shooting Fundamentals - Long Range Shooting Technique

Ryan Cleckner reviews proper shooting technique. A stable platform, sight alignment, sight picture and trigger control are key fundamentals to shooting properly.

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Andrews 1st time shooting a high powered rifle 30-30

After shooting his 410 we had to see if my son Andrew could handle shooting a 30-30. this is his first time shooting the gun. hes only 9 and very excited about getting to go hunting this year and try to get his first deer!

2014 CJRPC High Power Rifle Clinic

2014 Central Jersey Rifle and Pistol Club High Power Rifle Clinic in Jackson, NJ. See for more information about the clinic.

Sig Sauer MPX ASP .177 Caliber Pellet Rifle Preview

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In this preview video I do a little bit of fun backyard shooting simply because I could not resist having a go with this awesome air rifle any longer and needed to shoot it. I was not disappointed! Every pellet I placed in the 30 round belt fed magazine fired flawlessly from the Sig Sauer MPX ASP .177 Caliber Pellet Rifle. I used both Sigs high velocity 5.25 grain alloy pellets and some flathead 7 grain RWS lead pellets and all my ammo shot well in the Sig Sauer MPX ASP .177 Caliber Pellet Rifle. I have not done a Chronograph test so far for the Sig MPX but can say the pellets where getting to my Sig Sauer Quad Shooting Gallery Target in no time and I had placed a good 35-40 feet away. Once I figured out my sights I was able to continently hit what looked like pretty small targets from where I was standing, this was no surprise since the Sig Sauer MPX ASP .177 Caliber Pellet Riflehas an 8 inch rifled barrel..

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High Power Rifle Prone Drill

SGT Farro shoots a five shot drill (45 seconds) in preparation for a High Power event.

Service Rifle Transition to a Scope - Lessons Learned

This video takes a look at my first year of using a scope for High Power Service Rifle Matches. If you are thinking about making the swich to an optic, this info might prove to be helpful.



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