RX17 - Dallas - June 16-18 - Long Range Precision Class is EPIC!

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  1. spamassassin Well-Known Member

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    The last 2 days have been a major information DUMP. So much data getting dropped on the class it's genuinely not possible to not learn something.

    Been hanging out with (name dropping time) TiborasaurusRex of Sniper101 (youtube), James Yeager of Tactical Response and YouTube fame, John Huber of Huber Concepts, Paul McCoy of PMAC Precision, Dan and Jeremy from Accuracy Solutions, a US Sales Channel partner for IOR Valdada (name withheld by request), among a few others who are sorta surprise guests.

    We've been raffling off some really awesome prizes. Stuff that's downright expensive. All of us Sponsors are putting product on the raffle block so about 10% of the class walks away with a very expensive prize.

    What's the best part? Paul McCoy basically fixed 80% of my PRS misses with 2 consecutive sentences, saves me thousands of dollars in ammo and barrels right there. James Yeager gave a thought provoking and very down to Earth set of talks about when the metal meets the meat that gave me some better understanding of bullet selection for tactical applications. John Huber released the education hounds about trigger technology and precision rifle techniques, tricks and tips. Rex and I have been giving talks about internal and external ballistics (respectively), unleashing never before systematized or released secret tuning and shooting tricks etc.., the guy from IOR Valdada educated us on the nitty gritty of IOR/S&B/NF/Vortex Razor/Leupold turret systems which instantly cleared up the optics selection question for a lot of people. It's been really fast paced and the students are clearly really excited to be there.

    This morning I give my big presentation on BallisticXLR/BallisticPRS, do a quick interview for the RexReviews Podcast and then I fly back to Hellifornia this afternoon, landing about 10 minutes after I take off if clocks and timezones are to be believed.

    There's another class in July, I highly encourage you to attend if long range shooting something you want to try to get into, even if you're an experienced LR shooter, you'll get value. If interested, www.rexreviews.com and click the training button. I don't make anything from my association with the project. I'm donating my time and travel expenses and get no compensation of any kind for referrals or my actual work/time/etc... I don't know if I'll be presenting at the next one but we'll see. Depends on financing, logistics and other things. Being able to get the deets from any one of the speakers is worth the entry price.

    We've got ~80 guys in the class and so far it looks like everyone's getting great value. Hell I'm a presenter/sponsor of the event and I'm getting all of that investment back in knowledge that I didn't have before. The cost of the trip, completely made up for just in savings on ammo to learn some of this stuff.

    I'm trying to work with Rex to get a class together in California but these things take time. We'll see.
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  2. GrocMax Active Member

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    So whaddya think of Bone Daddy's? :eek:
  3. spamassassin Well-Known Member

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    didn't manage to make it there. As soon as I got off the plane I was neck deep in meetings with other vendors. did get a chance to try steak-n-shake though and that's pretty epic.

    looks like I'll be going back next month so I'll try to hit BD's up then. ;)

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