[su_dropcap style=”light” size=”5″]I[/su_dropcap] hope everyone enjoyed a fantastic July and duly celebrated the 4th with all the fanfare that goes along with history, patriotism and love of country, wrapped into one profound day.
Going forward, we have dedicated August to a dual theme of long-range shooting and working dogs in America.
In the long-range corner, renowned Caylin Wojcik, former Marine Corps sniper, gives us insight into what it takes to make the perfect shot every time. We also interviewed movers and shakers in the Precision Rifle Series competition to help us understand just what it takes to make it through their grueling challenges. If you want to know how to make your rifle more accurate without breaking the bank, we’ve got that too.
In the other corner, everybody loves dogs! We feature bomb dogs, patrol and narcotics dogs, search-and-rescue dogs and hunting dogs. We have so many dogs, we had to buy a bigger vacuum for the office!
Also in this issue, Alan Normandy of Battle Comp Enterprises, LLC, gives us an exclusive interview on the people behind the brand and the epic story of humble beginnings.
For folks interested in traveling to the hot springs areas of West Virginia, our own Larry Case visited The Greenbrier resort’s gun club, where posh meets Appalachian hospitality – and you don’t have to raise your pinky finger to shoot on their beautiful trap and skeet fields.
Our next issue will focus on prepping for hunting season, as well as an in-depth look at optics for every type of shooter.
Meanwhile, if you feel there are great people out there in the shooting industry and think we should know about them, send me a note at Dani@americanshootingjournal.com. I would love to hear their story.