Breaking Down A USPSA Optics Nationals Stage With Julie Golob

posted on March 24, 2017

Competition shooters can learn a lot from frequent A1F Daily contributor and professional shooter Julie Golob, who is currently competing in the first-ever USPSA Optics Nationals in Frostproof, Fla. Yesterday, Guns & Gear Editor Frank Winn caught up with Julie, captain of Team Smith & Wesson, to get some advice on how best to shoot one of the stages in the 20-stage match.

The video above shows Julie explaining how she breaks down the stage. To see her shoot the stage afterward, click here. To read Frank Winn’s Carry Life report on USPSA Optics Nationals, click here.

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