Hornady sponsored shooter Robert Brantley took first place in the Tactical division at the 2022 GAP Grind PRS Match, held October 1 at the K&M Shooting Complex in Finger, Tennessee.
With a final score of 141.000, Brantley’s score placed him 54th in the overall standings.
In the Precision Rifle Series Tactical division, rifles are limited to two calibers—.308 Win. and 5.56 mm NATO/.223 Rem., along with bullet weight and velocity restrictions.
Brantley was shooting Hornady’s 30-cal., 176-grain A-Tip Match bullets. A-Tips sport an aluminum tip, which moves the center of gravity for better stability. “The consistency of Hornady A-Tip Match bullets is unreal,” he said. “It allows me to focus on everything else and leave no question that they will hold up to their end of the deal when it’s time to break the shot.”
In addition, fellow Hornady shooters Tate Streater and Tobe Phillips won the Professional and Amateur team competition. They were shooting match loads with Hornady’s 6 mm 110-grain A-Tip Match bullets. Streater finished ninth in Open division with a score of 161. Phillips also took first place overall in the Amateur division.