Shooting A USPSA Optics Nationals Stage With Julie Golob

posted on March 24, 2017

We told you previously how Julie Golob, frequent A1F Daily contributor and captain of Team Smith & Wesson, brought us along as she broke down one of the stages at the first-ever USPSA Optics Nationals in Frostproof, Fla. In this installment, Julie shoots the stage just as she had described to Guns & Gear Editor Frank Winn, and with great results.

If you missed Julie’s tutorial on how to break down the stage, click here. To read Frank Winn’s Carry Life feature on USPSA Optics Nationals, click here.

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