The Muzzle Blast Podcast Ep. 4 F-Class Director Justin Crosby
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Welcome to the Muzzle Blast Podcast Ep. 4 where I sit down with Justin Crosby. Justin is an accomplished F-Class shooter and multi time national competitor placing well in the nation. I met Justin trying to shoot my first F class event, he is the local match director. The matches I have been to are all prone 600 yard shooting. I have competed in F-Open with my 6.5 Creedmoor built by Uintah Precision. Crosby shoots in a class called FTR where there is a strict weight limit, you must shoot from a bipod and you must use 308 or 223. It’s a very competitive class. Justin has traveled many miles in the recent years going to somewhat nearby matches. I pick his brain about what he looks for in optics, what he believes makes the biggest difference in accuracy and how to read the wind. I hope you enjoy this episode!
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