Greg Jordan is the first two-time winner of the NRA World Shooting Championship.
Ray Gross posted the high score using a 33XC rifle developed by Paul Phillips; David Tubb wins ELR Heavy class using TUBBGUN chambered in 37XC.
Using a (mostly) factory Savage rifle, Wise went three for three from a cold bore at 2,158 yards. His record-setting load included Lapua brass and Berger 300-grain hybrid bullets.
The velocity that Paul Phillips’ latest 33XC load attains is insanely fast, reaching nearly 3,600 fps. He’s testing 33XC loads to find a safe and accurate node for this .338 cal.-based case design from long-range guru David Tubb.
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