Gun Video "Extreme Accuracy: Highpower Rifle Competition With G. David Tubb" 2 DVD Set

Product #: 534156 Gun Video #: X0355SETD UPC #: 711669903556
Ships 12/04/2015 from MidwayUSA
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Step inside the shoes of competition shooter David Tubb and learn about the equipment, shooting positions and other techniques he uses when he's preparing for a competition. Released in 1999. 2 Hrs 57 Mins.

Technical Information

Host/Producer: Lenny Magill with David Tubb

Date Released: 12-16-031999

Running Time: 2 hours 57 Minutes

Summary of Material:

  • In this video, G. David Tubb, one of the most successful competition rifle shooter to eve live, shows you the techniques that have propelled him to the top of the charts in the shooting world. Tubb uses an SR-25, a rifle similar in design and function to the AR-15, as he shoots and explains an entire course of fire. You'll learn all about his equipment, how he prepares, how he shoots the shot, and how he adjusts to compensate for wind and other effects. Tubb covers all the basics, shooting positions, and advanced techniques. A great resource for those of you who want to be more accurate and more effective in competition shooting.
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