Saturday, April 14, 2007

Barrett's Long Range Basics class - Magazine Article

I had the privilege of attending Barrett's Long Range Basics class a few months ago in Raton, New Mexico for an article assignment for the Barrett annual publication. Participants received training as a depot level armor, marksmanship skills, ranging, scope adjustments, and had lots of range time with the big 50. Starting at 200, we worked our way back to shooting at 1,000 yards. After that experience, the 200-yard range at my local club looks tiny! This class was very educational and a lot of fun. It certainly gave me the bug for long distance shooting.

Barrett Long Range Basics.pdf

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