Results: 2019 NRA Extreme Long-Range Championship
Ray Gross posted the high score using a 33XC rifle developed by Paul Phillips, David Tubb wins ELR Heavy class with a TUBBGUN chambered in 37XC.
ELR Champion Paul Phillips Developing New 33XC Extreme Long-Range Loads
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.
Team Global Precision Group Hits 6012-Yard Target
When Paul Phillips, well-known for being part of the 3-time world champion U.S. Rifle Team, successfully hit a steel target at 3.4 miles, people started paying more attention to ELR
2018 NRA Extreme Long Range National Championships
Top Shooter Paul Phillips was using an Applied Ballistics rifle chambered in .416 Barrett, engaging targets between 1500 and 2000 yards at Camp Atterbury
Extreme Long Range: The Ultimate Team Shooting Sport
It’s not about the individual placing on the leaderboard―it’s about the team.
King of 2 Miles: Extreme Long-Range Competition
Match winner Mitchell Fitzpatrick of Team Applied Ballistics scored first and second round hits at 2477 yards—a full 1.4 miles away.