Rank #1: The Everyday Sniper Episode 99 Short 308 Rifles
The Everyday Sniper Episode 99 Short 308 Rifles
Mike and Frank are back together and at the range. We also invited new MHSA Employee Paul to tag along. In this episode we do a bit of catch up as I have not seen Mike in a few weeks thanks to a busy travel schedule. Topics
- Wind Class for MHSA
Short 308 Rifle
Paul from MHSA
Jokes and laughs
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Rank #2: The Everyday Sniper Episode 177 Phil Velayo SHC After Action
The Everyday Sniper Episode 177 Phil Velayo SHC After Action
Great Episode here with top shooter, USMC Scout Sniper Instructor and Precision Rifle Instructor Phil Velayo on the line. Phil came in second place at the Sniper's Hide Cup with his partner Beau, so his perspective is super important to all.
We breakdown some of the stages and well as the main elements to executing a great match finish. Getting Phil's perspective all all this adds some much to the Everyday Sniper Podcast. He gets it on a level most don't consider.
We cover a wide range of topics from Wind to Trajectory and including the Fundamentals of Marksmanship. This should sound familiar. If you want to meet Phil, he is the lead instructor for Gunwerks, and he attends a ton of NRL and PRS matches out West here.
Thanks to all for listening, thanks for sharing and be sure to comment.I also want to thank Phil again for taking time out during a busy week of training.
Rank #3: The Everyday Sniper Episode 138 Philip Velayo Fundamental Talk
The Everyday Sniper Episode 138 Philip Velayo Fundamental Talk
Great Interview with Phil Velayo of Gunwerks, USMC Scout Sniper Instructor, Competition Shooter, and Fundamentalist. We breakdown rifle set up, talk a lot about stocks and your length of pull adjustment.
How the length of pull and rifle set up dictates so much how well we shoot. It goes from the back of the rifle to the scope, to the bolt and trigger. This is an important part of starting out with your precision rifle. Lots and lots of knowledge bombs dropped on the listeners and some golden nuggets mixed in.
Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing, thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast. Enjoy,
Rank #4: The Everyday Sniper Episode 161 Favorite Stuff Talk
The Everyday Sniper Episode 161 Favorite Stuff Talk
We were asked via the podbean app, what our favorite no bullshit gear was. So we breakdown some of the stuff we used, we currently use, or we would use if the zombie apocalypse hits us.
We go over handguns, carbines, pistols, optics, all aspects of our shooting
What is your favorite gear, go over to Sniper's Hide and let us know or post your top 5 in the Podbean App.
Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing and thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper
Rank #5: The Everyday Sniper Episode 128 Sniper's Hide Dot Drill
The Everyday Sniper Episode 128 Sniper's Hide Dot Drill
Happy New, it's good to be back talking to all the Everyday Sniper Listeners
First off thank you for making us the #4 Hottest Podcast for 2018, humbling.
Thank you again for the support while I was away, much appreciatedIn this episode I talk about the Snipers Hide Dot Drill. This is an 8.5x11 inch paper with 21 3/4" dots on it. How you use the drill is up to you, but I talk about the most basic ways.Your only limitation is your imagination so get creative.
Don't forget to drop us a comment, since Podbean is looking we want to respond.
Rank #6: The Everyday Sniper Episode 103 Rifle Adjustability
The Everyday Sniper Episode 103 Rifle Adjustability
This is something I have been talking to manufacturers about, but it has yet to resonate with anyone beyond the high end rifles like the AX. I want marksmanship elements built into a rifle. I want grip adjustment, 3 position butt plates and hyper adjustable stocks that fit the rifle to the shooter better and easier. Think Olympic Air Rifle / .22 Rifle.
Help me solve this problem, fill in the missing piece of the puzzle.
Thanks to all for listening and sharing around the world.
Rank #7: The Everyday Sniper Episode 155 Interview with Jim from Prime Ammo
The Everyday Sniper Episode 155 Interview with Jim from Prime Ammo
Important podcast here, I interview Jim from Prime Ammo about the countersuit filed against RUAG Swiss Ammotec. Jim and Prime Ammo are locked in a battle with RUAG over the Prime Ammunition used here in the US.Jim goes into detail about the ups and downs of this suit.If you are interested in contributing to Prime's Defense, you can video, www.primelegalfund.com
Rank #8: The Everyday Sniper Episode 121 Philip Velayo Interview
The Everyday Sniper Episode 121 Philip Velayo InterviewPHILLIP VELAYO
Lead Shooting Instructor. Velayo is a 10-year Marine Corps veteran having served his whole career in the Scout Sniper community. During his time, Phillip completed 4 overseas deployments and served in all billets available to a Scout Sniper. His last three years of service were spent at the 1st Marine Division Scout Sniper School as the Primary Marksmanship Instructor. In 2016, Phillip was nominated for Scout Sniper Instructor of the Year for his meticulous instruction that resulted in institutional changes in the training of Marine Scout Snipers in both formal schools and unit level training. Phillip is also well known as a nationally ranked precision rifle competitor in the Precision Rifle Series and National Rifle League circuits.
Great Interview with Phil, we talk history, his training philosophy, and more.
Rank #9: The Everyday Sniper Episode 139 Weird Days, Rifle Set Up
The Everyday Sniper Episode 139 Weird Days, Rifle Set Up
Welcome to the Everyday Sniper Podcast, just Frank in this episode, and I am getting back into the saddle of talking Precision Rifle. In this episode, I go over rifle set up and continue the discussion started by Philip V and myself from the last episode. I put up two online training lessons up in the forum regarding rifle set up with a bit more focus on how the stock controls scope set up. It's an odd week for me, I have some travel happening, and just coming off the interview podcasts it feels weird to me. But I appreciate everyone commenting, sharing and being a part of the Everyday Sniper.
Rank #10: The Everyday Sniper Episode 164 User Comments Answered, Ballistic Apps
The Everyday Sniper Episode 164 User Comments Answered, Ballistic Apps
In this episode I read the user comments. We really appreciate everyone throwing comments in the Podbean App and we want to address them as they start to stack up.Each comment is visible in the App and we encourage to comment on any and all topics.Discuss BCs and ballistics apps as well having to your part. A ballistic app is not a magic bullet, the shooter still has to execute the fundamentals.It's a nice little discussion, hope you all like it before I head to Alaska for the precision rifle classes there.Thanks for listening, thanks for sharing and thanks for being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast
Rank #11: The Everyday Sniper Episode 149 Ssgt Keenan of the US Army Interview
The Everyday Sniper Episode 149 Ssgt Keenan of the US Army Interview
Special Interview today with Ssgt Keenan of the US Army. A fan of the Everyday Sniper, he reached out and spoke to Mike at MHSA and the rest is recorded.
We cover some of the modern differences between competing and being an active duty Sniper. This is really a unique interview that gives you a microscopic look at the differences between the military and civilian shooter. The crossover is real, how it materialize is really the only difference.
I really appreciate the Army gave us the clearance to discuss the topics we discussed. It's not an officially sanctioned discussion but we did clear it. We want to honor our warfighters and there is a no bigger honor than having the ability to talk to active duty soldiers.
Thanks to Ruben Keenan for taking his Sunday morning off to call into the podcast.
Thanks to all the listeners, all over the world, and thanks to Mike from MHSA for the pancakes from Reo this morning.
Don't forget to comment and share, you can also follow us in the Snipers Hide forum.
Rank #12: The Everyday Sniper Episode 113 MDT, Howa Talking with Matt & Kyle
The Everyday Sniper Episode 113 MDT, Howa Talking with Matt & Kyle
I am sitting down with Kyle from MDT and Matt from Legacy Sports, Howa, to talk their rifles and chassis, and what is new. We speak on,
- MDT Chassis
Howa Action Differences
Thanks again to Matt and Kyle for taking the time to talk, and we appreciate all the listeners.
Rank #13: The Everyday Sniper Episode 171 Frank Rambles On Answering Questions
The Everyday Sniper Episode 171 Frank Rambles On Answering Questions
In this episode we tackle some of the great questions we are getting in reference to the podcast. I read questions from both the Podbean App and from the Sniper's Hide Forum. In fact I get so carried away answering these questions I lose all track of time.
Some of the questions asked include:
- Truing BC
Left Hand Gain Twist Barrels
Mike's BBQ Skillz
It's all about the understanding and clarifications of the concepts we are discussing. You can always head over too Sniper's Hide. We have a great Forum for you to visit and get real answers from. Sniper's Hide Forum But thanks for listening, sharing and being a part of the Everyday Sniper Podcast.
Rank #14: The Everyday Sniper Episode 123 MOA and the Wind, Training Update
The Everyday Sniper Episode 123 MOA and the Wind, Training Update
In this episode, I cover a few topics
Sniper's Hide Entry Level Training Rifle
MOA and Wind Formulas
Podcast Audio Issues
MHSA XMAS Party
Thanks for listening and sharing the Everyday Sniper Podcast
Be sure to check out the Sniper's Hide Forum for more details
Rank #15: The Everyday Sniper Episode 117 Fundamental Frank talks NPA
The Everyday Sniper Episode 117 Fundamental Frank talks NPA
Natural Point of Aim, it's less influence recoil management. Its rifle pointed to the target, body pointed to the rifle. We can almost overlook it in the prone, but once you get to alternate positions it really makes a difference.
By understanding how the fundamentals of marksmanship apply to each position, the cause and effect, you can then build better positions.
The downside is, it requires practice, it's not something you can take for granted.
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Rank #16: The Everyday Sniper Episode 97 Interview With David Tubb
The Everyday Sniper Episode 97 Interview With David Tubb
Hey Frank here from the Everyday Sniper this episode I am the precision rifle expo and I had a chance to sit down with David Tubb. This is a master class in terms of information exchange as David is dropping some serious insight for all the listeners.We discuss his Adaptave Rifle, the Nose Ring technology, his thoughts on bullet and creating a better mousetrap for the shooter. His knowledge in the field of precision rifle shooting is unrivaled so I highly recommend this episode.
I sincerely appreciate David taking the time to sit down and talk with us, this is bound to be special episode of the Everyday Sniper Podcast.
Rank #17: The Everyday Sniper Episode 92 Guardian Long Range After Action
The Everyday Sniper Episode 92 Guardian Long Range After Action
Back from the Guardian Long Range Match in Ardmore TN. The Everyday Sniper traveled to Huntsville AL in order to participate in the Guardian Long Range event at the King B Farm in Ardmore TN.
Big thanks to Gary Larson and Clifton Reasor for putting a fun little match with a big heart. This is the kind of event a new shooter needs to attend. Fun, inviting, with a well rounded course of fire for people.
It was great catching up with old friends like Billy & Maxine Nix, as well guys like John McQuay with his wife Sarah. As well I loved meeting new people at the event.
Thanks to everyone involved, it was fun.
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Rank #18: The Everyday Sniper Episode 141 George Gardner Interview Rifles Only
The Everyday Sniper Episode 141 George Gardner Interview Rifles Only Been waiting for this interview, after the Rifles Only Brawl I was able to sit down with George Gardner of GA Precision fame, and lucky for everyone Jacob Bynum sat in on the interview making it twice as fun. This is gonna be a history lesson like none other.
George has been doing this a long time. He is one of the original Grandfathers of Precision Rifle Tactical Shooting and building the guns we all use. Sit back and enjoy this one on 11./
Special Guests, Regina, Lisa, Ryan, and others. Thanks for listening and sharing, don't forget to comment.