By Sean Utley
What happens when you combine team roping, bolt-action rifles, electronic scoring steel targets and lots of prize money into one package? You get one of the most technologically advanced, challenging, fun and rewarding long-range shooting competitions available today—the North American Long Range Shooting Association, or NALRSA.
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No, shooters aren’t expected to jump off galloping horses or wrestle steers into submission while shooting their rifles, although that could be fun. NALRSA uses team roping for its ranking and handicap classification system, something that the organization’s co-founder, Steele Montague, came up with. He’s a proud Texan, an avid long-range shooter and reloader, and a former team roper. As Montague put it, “We want to create the …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life