XXXII World Long Range Championships: Competitors gather from around the globe to compete should-to-shoulder for individual and team honors over a two week period at the end of South Africa’s summer season. The matches are fired from the prone position using iron-sighted rifles supported only by a sling at distances from 300 to 900 meters. The competitions are about physical stamina, mental endurance, and wind reading skills, not equipment. In fact, equipment is a handicap as rifles are either .308 or .223 caliber and bullet weight is limited to 156 or 91 grains, respectively.