Re: Long Range Pursuit TV Show
Aaron, I can honestly say I do enjoy your show a whole lot more then the old carbon wach N stack. I don't know John Mogle or any of you guys, the closest I have come to meeting any of the long range shooters is Ed Rochnowski, I spoke with him at our little sportsmans show here in Boise Idaho.
Really about the only complaint I have is that you need to make your show, products and most everything in general more appealing to those of us that don't have the money to drop on a guided hunt with John Porter or even ever have the chance to own or let alone shoot one of your gunwerks rifles. Its quite discouraging to know that worked and slaved and saved your money to buy a remington sendero, which remington claims is one of the most acurate factory guns right out of the box, to have a guy who went out and bought a Tikka rifle and it shoots better groups right out of the box with factory ammo.
One thing I think would be neat is if you guys took your operation on the road, give everyone a chance to get a hands on feel for your equipment, have the ability to even shoot your rifles. Also bring along the gear you guys sell, heck you never know maybe someone could afford to buy a gun?? It would be nice to be able to meet you and your brother. I know if you brought your traveling show to Boise Idaho you would have sold out shows and probably have to stick around for at least a week. I can honestly say that when the big shake up happened at BOTW, at first I was not impressed and didn't like the copper firearms of Montana, but recently had the chance to hold and get the feel for their 6.5 X 284 Model 22, other then not liking the fact its a single shot, its a very nice gun and could see myself saving up my money to buy one.
I know none of this will happen, but its nice to give you my opinion.
Chuck in Boise