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We are talking with Adam Wilson of 1MOA Solutions his military service, what leadership is, 6.5 creedmoor is better than .308, and dabble into some precision shooting. You can find more information about Adam and 1MOA at:
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Talk a little bit about your background
What is One MOA Solutions?
Tell us about APO Rifle Craft training and programs
How has the transition been for you going from Army Sniper to civilian instructor
What do you think the current status of rifle training and marksmanship in the US?
What is the most misunderstood aspect of precision shooting?
What advances have you seen in technology? Chassis Systems, gear etc
How would you advise bringing new shooters into the sport?
50 Stitches Steel: Whats the first thing a long range shooter should focus on to start improving?Garrett Cole: What are his thoughts on the capability of .308? as outdated as that sounds
Peter: How much from the Magpul Precision video is correct and still relevant today?
Jay: What is the importance of the zero on your rifle and what are some different types zeros to consider?
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