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In ad­di­tion to a fair amount of skill, long-range shoot­ing re­quires a qual­ity ri­fle and some equally fine am­mu­ni­tion. If you have the time, you can get on your bench and load your own. Or you can get a hold of some of the many op­tions from Go­rilla Am­mu­ni­tion.

Mike Mosel, Go­rilla’s direc­tor of op­er­a­tions, was nice enough to bring along some of Go­rilla’s .308 and .223 am­mu­ni­tion so we would at least have a chance at the 800-yard tar­gets. The 69-grain Sierra MatchKing for the .223 and the 168-grain SMK for the .308 came out of the bar­rel as if they al­ready knew where they were sup­posed to go. We were able to eas­ily hit the tar­gets at 800 yards with the ri­fle ammo combo in .308; and, after some wind cal­cu­la­tions, the .223 was soon hit­ting there as well.

Go­rilla has a wide va­ri­ety of ammo in those cal­ibers, as well as in .260, .300 Black­out and 6.5 Creedmoor. Ad­di­tional va­ri­ety is avail­able in hunt­ing, de­fense, pis­tol and sub­sonic.

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