Setting his sights on a top finish, Team Bushnell Tactical/GA Precision Pro Bryan Sikes shot through heat, high humidity, rain showers and heavy mirage to win the K&M Precision Rifle Competition held July 19, 2014 at the K&M Precision Rifle Training Facility in Baker, Fla.
The K&M training facility is custom made to test shooters of all levels, featuring an urban village, 1,000 yard range, 615-yard mover, numerous obstacles and a host of additional carbine, pistol and rifle ranges. Throughout the one-day match, Bryan used a Bushnell Elite Tactical 4.5-30 x 50mm XRS to successfully engage targets from 300 to 840 yards, including a 10” steel mover at 500 yards.
“During this match, I ran my Elite Tactical XRS hard,” said Team Bushnell Tactical Pro Bryan Sikes. “From quickly dialing elevation and making frequent parallax adjustments to manhandling my power adjustment ring, the scope just does what it’s told and remains solid despite the abuse I put it through. It continues to be an ultra-reliable optic that I have complete confidence in.”
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