At Camp Perry in 2001, David Tubb secured his ninth High Power Rifle national championship victory.
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.
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.
In 2015, Velayo first began competing in the precision rifle sports after he shot a military-style sniper match hosted by the Army National Guard Sniper School in Arkansas. As the Scout Sniper Primary Marksmanship Instructor, he wanted to make sure that he was putting his money where his mouth was.
An article from the SSUSA vault on the 6.5 Creedmoor, prior to its rapid rise in popularity as a cartridge that offered the qualities and capabilities of older long range rifle rounds, minus the excessive recoil. The 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge excels at not only Camp Perry and Camp Atterbury ranges, but also the plains of Africa.
Brandon Green of the AMU wins third National High Power Championship, Kevin Nevius wins first Long Range Championship