PHOENIX, Ariz. -(Ammoland.com)- For the second year in a row, a Team Surgeon Rifles shooter has won the Extended Long Range (ELR) Precision Rifle Series match at the Q Creek Ranch in Wyoming.
Jon Pynch picked up the 1st place finish, using a Surgeon rifle and factory loaded Nexus Ammo .300 Norma.
With average targets at 1,200 yards, and reaching out to 1,800 yards, the Q Creek Ranch ELR match is one of the toughest matches on the PRS circuit each year.
For the second year in a row, a Team Surgeon shooter took home a first place trophy utilizing a combination of factory Nexus Ammo and a standard offering Surgeon rifle.
At the 2017 ELR match, Jon Pynch managed to squeeze out two targets over his competition, while Matt Brousseau picked up three points over second place in 2016.
In a sport traditionally dominated by meticulously hand loaded specialty cartridges, Nexus Ammo’s 300 Norma 215gr Hybrid Match and Surgeon Rifles have now changed the game with factory loaded ammo and production rifles.
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