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    Caylen Wojcik is a face that some of you will already know quite well.

    I first came across him in the extras section of the Magpul ‘The Art of the Precision Rifle’ DVD – and still refer back to his section.

    Since then, he has pretty much worked for and with the whos-who of precision rifle companies – Magpul, GunWerks, designing gear, producing content, and generally, becoming the Don of Modern Marksmanship Mechanics.

    I could write up a long background of the who and what – but much easier would be to subscribe to his own podcast – The Modern Day Sniper – which has all the info you could ever want on who he, what he does and they why and how of it all.

    He has recently released an online training program which you can check out over here – https://moderndaysniper.mykajabi.com/

    I was very lucky to have some of this mans time. We talk mindfulness behind the rifle, lockdown dryfire routines, long-range hunting ethics and more. I stepped away with even more respect for the man, and look forward to our next conversation.


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