Episode 85: Kolby Pavlock, Product Developer at Volquartsen, 2015-’18 NSSF Rimfire World Champion

Kolby Pavlock, a Rimfire World Champion, and Grand Master level competition shooter, joins me to talk about his shooting career and his move to work with Volquartsen Firearms⁠.
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Episode 85: Kolby Pavlock

Kolby Pavlock, a Rimfire World Champion, and Grand Master level competition shooter, joins me to talk about his shooting career and his move to work with Volquartsen Firearms⁠.

Kolby is one impressive young man. He has accomplished goals in shooting sports that so few people will ever accomplish in their lifetime. He has mastered different shooting disciplines and divisions. His knowledge of firearms led to him working at Volquartsen and helping develop some of the products you see today.⁠ He is an avid hunter and has already harvested some big game this season. He talks about growing up hunting and how he still enjoys that today.

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