Podcast

Rene Macare was in the 173d Airborne and was one of the first Army soldiers to attend sniper school in Vietnam. Rene went on to use the ARTel scope during the Vietnam War. He's sitting with us to share his experiences in the war and, just as importantly, what it was like coming home.

We're joined today by Chris Wu and Corbett Leatherwood, talking over the beginning of the A.R.T. line and the early years of a young Jim Leatherwood.

(If you're a veteran that's used an A.R.T. Scope during your career and are interested in sharing your story, please reach out to us!)

The A.R.T. Scope, once introduced, sped up the training cycle by eliminating the need to deal with some of the tricky fundamental aspects of distance shooting.
In the second episode of our podcast, we are proud to host Nito Mortera (AP2020 Outdoors). Growing up in Ohio, Nito Mortera is a lifelong hunter, compound bow shooter, crossbow shooter and general firearms afficionado. If it launches a projectile, Nito has probably shot it!
Howard served in the US Marine Corps from 1985-1989. After that, he has had a 30 year career in law enforcement with experience as a police sniper for his department's tactical team. Recently, he has produced a series of tutorial videos on his M1000-PRO. In the upcoming weeks, he will be taking the M1000-PRO out to longer distances using the Frame Aim Shoot Technique.

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