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Single-Shot vs. Bolt-Action Rifles: Shooting Speed Difference

Single-Shot vs. Bolt-Action Rifles: Shooting Speed Difference

Craig Boddington and Wayne Van Zwoll conduct a range challenge to find out the speed difference in shooting 3 targets with a single-shot rifle versus a bolt-action rifle.

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