Author Archives: Mark V

About Mark V

Dedicated shooter, seeker, traveler, teacher, trainer, educator

MK-22 PSR (MRAD)

Newest sniper rifle for soldiers, Marines takes on ‘final hurdle’ before fielding By Todd South Sep 23, 09:27 AM A Sniper conducts post-drop live-fire test trials of the MK-22 Precision Sniper Rifle (PSR) at Range 61, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. (James Finney/Army) A folding stock, … Continue reading

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Where were you on 9-11-2001?

By Mark V. Lonsdale, STTU “No matter how long it takes, no matter where we have to look, our United States military will patiently and surely hunt down the murderers and killers and terrorists, and bring them, one by one, … Continue reading

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The Road to Greatness in Shooting

By Mark V. Lonsdale While the purpose of sport and athletic activity is to make better people, not just champions, there have been many greats in shooting. As with any endeavor, there is a simple but difficult road to greatness … Continue reading

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6.5 Creedmoor Ammo Part 3

Well worth reading and major thanks to Cal for all his work on this. https://precisionrifleblog.com/2021/05/26/6-5-creedmoor-ammo-test-live-fire-muzzle-velocity-consistency-summary/

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A Rookie Guide to Competitive Shooting

By Mark V. Lonsdale, Training Director “To compete or not to compete, that is the question…,” to paraphrase Will Shakespeare. But then he wasn’t a competitive shooter. I can state categorically that competition shooting will make you an all-round better … Continue reading

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2019 King of 2 Miles – Ko2M

By Mark V. Lonsdale, STTU As you all know, 2020 was a bust for Ko2M ELR shooting so a quick look back at 2019 END

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Lessons from a Professional Shooter

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Precision & Group Size – Statistics for Shooters

Well worth reading from Cal at Precision Rifle Blog

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Reloading for .375 H&H Magnum – Part 1

By Mark V. Lonsdale Can a big bore, belted magnum, dangerous game cartridge produce the same accuracy as a precision long range rifle? Absolutely, but the rifle must be built to the same demanding specs as a precision rifle. Where … Continue reading

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NOT ALL BIPODS ARE EQUAL

By Mark V. Lonsdale, STTU One of the previous TRS blog posts discussed why cheap scopes simply don’t cut it when it comes to long range precision shooting, and especially extreme long range (ELR) shooting at multiple targets positioned at … Continue reading

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