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20 plus years in the competitive shooting sports. Video filming and production of Point Of View (POV) footage giving the audience the First Person Shooter (FPS) perspective. I am one of the first, if not the first in the shooting sports to use a body worn camera to film my shooting competitions. This vantage point gives shooters and non-shooters alike the opportunity to see what it is really like behind the weapon with live fire. My video production of more than 10 years experience can be seen on the internet with the simple search word "NicTaylor00".
The 2013 Texas Multigun Championships or 3-Gun as they are called, was a grueling match to say the least. Never have I ran so much in a match than in this one. Two of the stages had competitors running from bay to bay to engage targets. The additional running increased your heart rate and made the shot more difficult than you normally run into. Enjoy and do not forget to subscribe for more competition shooting and gun reviews.
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Join me in 13 stages of fast pace shooting with the 38 Super IPSC Racegun Pistol. This pistol is a 1911 version designed to accept doublestack magazines holding up to 29 rounds of 38 Super Colt. The sights on this super fast shooting pistol is a red dot C-More reflex style optic. The red dot allows for faster target acquisition and transition from target to target. In this series of videos you will see the action from a 1st person shooters perspective with links to more detailed videos near the end of each video. If you want to see more detail suck as stage break down and scoring, then click on the appropriate link for to see the video.
If your looking into getting into the Action Shooting Sports that you see on the OutDoor channel like NRA Action Pistol, IPSC, IDPA, Steel Challenge and others. Then take a few minutes to watch this PLAYLIST. Hopefully I can shed some light on any answers you may have. Feel free to contact me with any questions