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On today’s special episode, we invite 2 different competitors to the podcast: a new shooter and seasoned shooter.

Eli Harrison is a hunter from Colorado, and first got introduced to the sport through YouTube. Since then he’s RO’d three national matches and just competed in his first national match. Competitive shooter, Phillip Velayo, recently finished 1st Place at the 2018 PRS Finale and 10th overall for the season. Today Eli gets to ask Phillip any questions he or a new shooter may have.

Learn more about what caliber a new shooter should shoot, if you should go custom for your first competitive rifle, and more on the PRC Podcast!


1:35 – How Eli got into precision rifle shooting

4:45 – A good caliber to recommend for a new shooter

11:10 – When using a chronograph, what standard deviation are you looking for?

13:48 – What kind of accuracy do you need?

18:26 – What Ballistics Solver would you recommend to a new shooter?

20:03 – How often do you update your Kestrel?

25:57 – Mils or MOA?

30:27 – Eli’s current build

32:00 – Should you use a custom rifle as your first competition rifle?

36:33 – How to get information on all these different companies

46:52 – Training yourself to find a targets quicker

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