Outshooting competition, Jack Odor has NRA title within reach
Raton, New Mexico - On the outset of this year's Black Powder Target Rife Prone Championship, shooters across the board were posting outstanding scores thanks to great conditions.
A couple competitors even managed to shoot themselves into the National Recordbook. Jim Kidwell became co-owner of the scoped 300 yards record, tying Terry Gazaway's 100-4x. Marisa Moritz actually broke a record - her own, by one point - for a 30-shot match at 200, 300 and 600 yards by a woman, firing a 285-5x.
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