The first-ever RCBS Rumble Precision Rifle Series competition was held August 4-6 in RCBS’s and GA Precision’s own backyard near Pleasant Hill, Missouri. Seventy-five PRS Pro Series shooters attended the match, which sold out of registration spots in less than an hour.
The RCBS Rumble provided a fast-paced, challenging course of fire that included buses, trucks and other props.
For awards, first through fifth places received gold, silver, bronze and copper RCBS Summit presses, while the top shooter in each class also received a custom copper RCBS Rebel press.
2022 RCBS RUMBLE LEADERBOARD
- Winner: Chris Opfer, 159
- Second: Josh Ulickey, 157 (also Top Semi-Pro)
- Third: Greg Harris, 151
- Top Production: Doug Koenig, 146
- Top Gas Gun: Miles Neville, 129
- Top Senior: Tommy Tinsley, 133
- Top Military/Law Enforcement: Caleb Ash, 136
- Top Lady: Melissa Gilliland, 98
- Top Amateur: Trent Keen, 126
- Top Marksman: Mark Bates, 138
RCBS was excited to conduct its own Precision Rifle Series match after years of sponsoring and supporting other PRS events nationwide.
“Our team couldn’t be happier with how the inaugural RCBS Rumble turned out,” said Laurie Kokoruda, senior product manager and match director. “We have been discussing such an opportunity for years and thanks to the tremendous support we received not just locally but from our sponsors nationwide, the match was even better than we could have predicted. RCBS has supported PRS competitions for decades and it was great to see our brand take the lead in making a match of this caliber happen.”
The 2022 RCBS Rumble PRS Match was held with additional support from partners including Bushnell, Hoppe’s, Federal Ammunition, GA Precision and Manner’s Composite Stocks, In addition to the main competition, the match included side stages sponsored by Manners Composite Stocks and Bushnell.