by Jay Grazio -
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Stages ranged from IDPA and USPSA match-type arrangements to action shotgun matches.
All equipment was provided for competition, so tuned race guns or custom handloads couldn't help.
Peacemaker National Training Center's president Cole McCullough demonstrates one of the ArmaLite rifles to be used in the competition.
US Army Marksmanship Unit competitor Daniel Horner was the overall winner, with winning performances across all disciplines.
SilencerCo supplied the suppressors for a side match that featured GlockWorks tuned 9 mm pistols.
Competitors were given the opportunity to handle the firearms and optics prior to shooting.
Alexander Arms' new Ulfberht .338 Lapua Mag. semi-automatic rifle ruled the long-range side match.
Lady Champion Lena Miculek runs the NRA Action Rifle Stage, one of twelve challenging stages in the match.
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