The Precision Rifle Series was created in 2012 to further the popularity of long-range shooting through a series of competitions held throughout the country. In the following years, PRS grew its base of semi-pro and pro shooters which encourage the development of a club-level approach to the competition, encourage new members and build a larger list of participating clubs.
Team Lapua’s Allison Zane had a clean sweep at the June 2022 Penn-Ohio Precision Rifle Club Northeast Regional PRS competition after winning the match outright, along with the Top Junior and Top Lady titles
This is the third consecutive year that Allison Zane has won the PRS Top Lady title
The 2019 Annual Precision Rifle Expo will be September 28-29 at the Arena Training Facility in Blakely, GA. As the interest continues to explode in the long-range shooting market, there will be more and more great events like this one for long-range shooters
10 fun-filled carbine and precision rifle stages at the NRA Whittington Center this August.
The Precision Rifle Series is unlike other rifle sports—there is no set course of format, and shooters fire from varied positions with both known and unknown distances.
The MPA BA Lite PCR is designed specifically for the Production Class in the Precision Rifle Series.
The Competition SR Fixed 4.5 x 24 is purpose-built to comply with 2016 rules that, for the first time, allow the use of riflescopes having a maximum magnification of 4.5x, objective lens diameter to 34 mm, and combined weight of optic and service rifle to 11.5 pounds.