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Review – MDT LSS22 Chassis

About 4 months ago I posted on CGN (Canadian Gun Nutz) asking what some of my fellow .22LR enthusiasts were...
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Review – MDT LSS22 Chassis

Review – Lockhart Tactical PRS Bag Set

   Why do we need bags for PRS? It all comes down to two words "Rapid Stability". In the...
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Review – Lockhart Tactical PRS Bag Set

Review – Cabela’s Covenant Tactical FFP

  There has been a good amount of chatter on our FB group about what optics to run. One model...
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Review – Cabela’s Covenant Tactical FFP

Joining The CRPS – Productive Practice (Part 6)

    "If You're Not Working On A Particular Skill Set, You're Just Burning Powder And Making Noise" - Rickster...
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Joining The CRPS – Productive Practice (Part 6)

From Precision to Practical

Here is a great article on the American Rifleman website. The author, Kristen Voss, gets ready to attend the Eley...
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From Precision to Practical

CRPS Featured on Modern Rifleman Radio

    Here's a little throwback to an interview on Modern Rifleman Radio. The guys ask Rick tons of questions...
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CRPS Featured on Modern Rifleman Radio

CRPS featured on Slam Fire Radio Podcast

    The CRPS was featured on Slam Fire Radio on March 9th,2018. Rick explains the details of the CRPS...
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CRPS featured on Slam Fire Radio Podcast

Joining the CRPS – Back To Basics (Part 5)

Level Up Your Skill Set There has been a great deal of conversation on our FB pages about what gear...
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Joining the CRPS – Back To Basics (Part 5)

A Newb’s First CRPS Event

My alarm went off at 3 a.m. and I was tired. I was up all night. I couldn't sleep. I'm...
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A Newb’s First CRPS Event

Joining The CRPS – Optics – (Part 3.5)

Most of us will hit this roadblock. You have chosen your rifle, selected your scope and now your realize you...
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Joining The CRPS – Optics – (Part 3.5)

Our Goal

The Canadian Precision Rimfire Series was created to provide shooters with a challenging environment to test their precision and positional shooting skills using .22lr rimfire rifles.  Divided into two divisions, Production - (Rifle $500 and less, Optics $500 and Less) and Open, these events allow shooters of all budgets with an opportunity to test their skills and equipment under demanding conditions.

Shooters will typically engage targets between 50 to 300m in distance and will range in size from 1/2" to 9".  These are shot in a variety of positions from a challenging set of platforms.

If you are looking for an exciting way to test your skills, the Canadian Rimfire Precision Series might be what you are looking for.

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