Episode 81: Lane Nelson, Master Class Carry Optics 19-Year-Old Competitive Shooter

Lane Nelson is a 19-year-old competitive shooter who has put in the work and trained himself to be a Master Class Carry Optics shooter. His shooting journey started as a junior and now, he's learning to balance college, shooting, and family/friends time. We talk about his goals for his shooting career and what's next on the horizon for him. ⁠
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Episode 81 Lane Nelson, Master Class Carry Optics 19-Year-Old Competitive Shooter

Lane Nelson is a 19-year-old competitive shooter who has put in the work and trained himself to be a Master Class Carry Optics shooter. His shooting journey started as a junior and now, he’s learning to balance college, shooting, and family/friends time. We talk about his goals for his shooting career and what’s next on the horizon for him.

Lane runs some awesome budget-friendly gear, a mostly stock Canik pistol, and a quality red dot. We go over his gun and the gear he started with and how he still uses that same gear today! ⁠

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