What's up everybody, today we dropped the first episode of the brand new Tier One podcast featuring the awesome Rex Tibor from Rex Reviews and RexDefense.com.
This episode is all about the science/art of long range shooting, and is packed full of insights from Rex's long career as a marksman.
Some of the topics we cover include:
- Getting started shooting as a 4yr old in the badlands
- Developing a good feel for the rifle
- What's a good, solid baseline setup for long range shooting?
- Does practice help or hinder? Who makes a good shooter? The answer might surprise you...
- The Y chromosome factor - how this ruins your shooting!
- The slobber factor
- Breaking through the ice...
- Technical analysis: you have never figured it out & how to advance the science.
- Bullet stability - heating of the barrel - cutting the chamber manually means every rifle is different - twist rate isn't everything - listening to the bullet from halfway down the range can tell you a lot about the character of a rifle
- Learning from old artillery manuals - the incredible value of forgotten ballistic knowledge
- Rex's seminars in 2020
- Temperature effects on rifle setups/importance of written ballistic info
- Rex's words to live by
You can find Rex on any of the following channels if you want to reach out to him:
Rex Reviews YouTube:
You can also see his early reviews of our bipods right here on this blog, just scroll back a couple months.
Thanks for listening!