Re: Shawn Carlock wins the USPSA Precision Rifle Nationals.
For those not fimiliar with United States Practical Shooting Association matches thet basicly run like this:
A course of fire is established with a number of targets and possible points. How the course is run is mostly up to you but certain targets must be shot from certain location. Most stages start with rifle loaded, any loading shooting and moving are done under time. The course is scored points minus penalties divided by your time. This years nationals had 4 stages all field course shoot and move type runs. I won 2 of the 4 stages outright, got 2nd and 11th on the others. The long range stage, shot out to 450 yards (not real long but definately challenging, the 238 yard target was only 3 inches from a simi stable position on a ramp), this was my best stage besting second place by just over 40 seconds. This was my first national title and was alot of fun. It is to bad more of the sight members don't shoot competitions (I know some do), it is great practice and a ton of fun.