This is a product of Max Ordinate Academy, focusing on precision rifle training, methods, hard lessons learned, and tactical precision rifle competition preparation with after-action reviews. Your host, Tyler Hughes partnered with Rei Hoang & Jeremy Tye give you a "Both sides of the Aisle" perspective when it comes to amateur / professional and female / male thought processes with a lot of passionate, no-holds-barred content. This group has no problems discussing a wide range of topics whether it be a failed stage, training methods, lessons learned, or calling each other out for mistakes made. Join and subscribe to get the best information on training tips, new products, and approaches. About the show hosts: Rei Hoang is a female precision rifle shooter with 4 years of shooting experience and 2 years of experience competing. Rei first got into learning precision rifle skills in 2015 when she took her first class with Max Ordinate Academy. Currently, Rei seeks to break into the Top 10 on the national level competition scene. Tyler Hughes is a male precision rifle shooter who served 10 years in the US Marines.In 2013, Tyler left the Marines as a Scout Sniper and started Max Ordinate Academy seeking to provide the highest level of precision rifle training in the nation to both civilian shooter and Law Enforcement snipers. Last year, Tyler competed primarily in national level Precision Rifle Series matches with an average overall placement of 4th place. For 2019 / 2020, Tyler has pulled in multiple 1st place wins and continues to chase perfection.
Inside look at the 2021 Sniper Adventure Challenge by Competition Dynamics
During this episode, Tyler Hughes recaps the 2021 48 hr Sniper Adventure challenge and what it took to survive. The event start thursday September 2nd at 7pm and ended Saturday September 4th at 7pm. What happened during is whats so intriguing. 53 hours no sleep. Land Navigation. Shooting. Hiking over 54 miles. Finding your own source of water. Locking picking. escape and evasion. Its all in there! The year-long preparation. Tyler brings Fred from Bison Tactical, his partner, on the call to discuss memorable moments, gear, and his prep leading into the challenge. Definitely an episode that will keep you entertained and questioning if you should enter the gauntlet next year!
Hard Lessons Dont Come Cheap
This episode, Tyler brings the team on to talk training, goals, lessons learned from steel safari, their mental processes, wind struggles, and more! Russ, Nick, & Vinessa share their stories, goals, and struggles. By looking back we can move forward. The idea is to learn from the mistakes, no matter how painful. Through failure we shall learn the lessons success cannot teach us.
The Wind Call Episode & Building Block Training Plans
On this cool sunday evening Tyler lets it all out regarding plans for the new range facility, a small tidbit on a building block approach to improving your personal training plan, and finally the wind call episode yall have all been asking and waiting for ever so patiently. From the beginning to establishing a baseline, reading the wind, how to simplify your process for correcting, and finally, what to do when you get it wrong. It gets deep and it gets real. Tyler's dislike on the reliance of wind meters and snagging wind calls from other shooters really shows during this episode as he believes it shouldn't require technology or a phone a friend option to correct for wind. As always, no fluff, straight real talk that may hurt some feelings.
Little bit of Wind, Little bit of what can I do better...
Tyler, Russ, and Vinessa talk about some mental mistakes that occured, how to mitigate them in the future as well as wind call methods, establishing your baseline, and more!
Mental Preparation and Exercise
How well have you trained your short term memory? Are you exercising your mental game when away from the range? Are you able to process how you will conduct a stage down to the smallest detail? This episode discusses how to reach the next level of performance by increasing your mental effectiveness. Want to be the best? Want to get better? Be better than average? Time to work that mental game.
You want to do what with your zero?!
yler and Jeremy are back at it discussing some interesting talk floating around the precision rifle community right now regarding impact disparity from prone to positional.
Enjoy the style, always on the look out for good information like they are putting out. Thanks,
Excellent pod cast
Finally some genuine chemistry in conversation. Doesn’t hurt it’s also about shooting, with two people just BS’n. It’s not a lecture it’s a good convo we get to eavesdrop on. Keep it up and I’ll keep the ear hustle.