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Team RAW/AirForce RMAC After Action Report

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    rapidair
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    Well, now that the dust has finally settled on RMAC 2021 and I have finally recovered from all the fun, I wanted to make a quick post first to say thank you to all who made the event go off without a hitch, and second to share how well our RAW and AirForce shooters fared in the match. 

    We want to extend a huge thank you to all that attended the match, all our fellow sponsors, and especially to Justin and his crew at Utah Airguns for making this awesome event happen. The community of airgunners continues to amaze us with its impeccable level of sportsmanship and integrity. No matter who you work for, shoot for, or what you choose to shoot its great to be around people who are all working to move our hobby and sport forward. So again, kudos to all those who attended, who sponsored, and who took the time to come by and say hello at our booth, stop us around the range to chat, or came and shook our hands. Its a great time to be an airgunner!

    We also wanted to dote on the RAW and AirForce shooters who took some of the top spots at the match. They had some very strong performances in multiple disciplines. 

    In the Precision Marksmanship Challenge, Aaron Hipp walked away with a first place finish with a total score of 850. Aaron was shooting a .25 cal RAW HM1000x chassis rifle topped with a ZCO ZC527 scope, an ATS Barrel Tuner, a GrayOps CNC extended arca rail, Masterpiece Arms M-lock chassis weights and pistol grip, an MDT Ckye Bipod, a Magpul PRS stock, and Armageddon Gear bags  

    Dave Preston came in 3rd in the Precision Marksmanship Challenge with a score of  810. Dave was also shooting a .25 cal RAW HM1000x topped with a Vortex Razor HD II 4-27 power scope, an ATS Barrel Tuner, GrayOps CNC extended Arca Rails, Atlas Bipod, Masterpiece Arms pistol grip, a LuthAR MBA stock, and Armageddon Gear Bags 

    Dave also placed 6th in the 100 yard bench rest pro class match with a final score of 219 with 3x's

    Abby Casey placed 8th in the 100 yard bench rest pro class match with a final score of 218 with 2x's, she also put up the highest qualifying score in her heat with a total score of 435 with 6x's. Abby was shooting a .30 RAW HM1000x in a laminate LRT stock with a Meopta Opteka6 4.5-27×50 FFP scope, a Accutac Bipod and Armageddon Gear rear bag. 

    Jim Warren placed 4th in the 100 yard bench rest sportsman class with a final score of 227 with 8x's. Jim was shooting his .22 RAW HM1000x in a laminate LRT stock topped with a Night Force BR 12-14×56 scope and an Accutac bipod. 

    Cedric Sophus and his legendary custom built  .338 AirPua Texan came in 3rd in the Magnum Slug Challenge.  His beast of a rifle is topped with an Arken SH4 6-24×50 FFP Scope and rests in a Mad Dog Custom Rifle Stocks RJ-9A stock with an Atlas Bipod

    Again, we want to extend a massive thank you to all that came out to shoot the event, or worked in one way or another to make it happen. As always we had a fantastic time and can't wait till we can do it again! 

    Aaron and Dave showing off the hardware after taking 1st and 3rd in the Precision Marksmanship Challenge  

    Abby and her infamous Red RAW during the benchrest final

     

    Jim Warren and his RAW HM1000x in .22 in the Sportsman Class final 

    Cedric and the .338 AirPua!

    Team AirForce/RAW after the banquet 

    Team Selfie with the power rock! (Yes, our team has a power rock, it's been with us to many matches and always brings good luck!) 

    Jack Copeland takes aim from the bench

    Jeff Cloud, James Hall (freshly returned from the Tokyo Olympics), John McCaslin, Martin Rutterford, and Jeff Crisler on the firing line. 

    Ton Jones on the line during qualifying

    Finally a close up look at the soon to be released GrayOps CNC extended arca rail for the RAW HM1000x chassis rifles! Designed and Manufactured by Dave Preston himself!  

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    Centercut
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    Congrats to Team RAW/AirForce at RMAC!  You guys (and gal) rocked it good!  Hope to see all of you at EBR. ;)

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    rapidair
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    Centercut

    Congrats to Team RAW/AirForce at RMAC!  You guys (and gal) rocked it good!  Hope to see all of you at EBR. ;)

    Thanks, Mike! A few of us will be there for sure! It was great shooting in the Precision Marksman and Speed Challenge with a few of you from Team Centercut! 

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    tibor
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    great stuff..and congrats..!

    raw great guns!

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    nomojo65
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    Congratulations to all the R.A.W. Shooters, Excellent airguns that do not get the Recognition they deserve! Also glad to see Martin in attendance. 
     

    Good luck at EBR!

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    Mr.H
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    Cool recap and pictures!

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