Bryan Sikes grew up shooting and hunting. A 12-year career in the military started a fire for competitive and long-range shooting. Bryan stoked that fire after retiring from the military by competing in PRS and working as a gunsmith for GA Precision.
“My competitive nature didn’t stop after I retired from the military. I stepped into competitive rifle shooting as a way to keep my shooting skills sharp, and I quickly fell in love with it. I thoroughly enjoy building guns, I also enjoy instructing precision rifle shooting, precision rifle shooting kind of occupies a lot of my life for a good reason. I really enjoy it, all facets of it.”
Home Town: Kansas City, MO
Day Job: Retired military/Gunsmith at GA Precision
Shooting PRS Since: 2013
Longest Shot: 1,810 meters with a .308 during a sniper-training course while in the military
Eye Dominance: Right
Rifle: Templar action, GA Precision built, 26-inch Bartlein barrel, chambered in 6mm Creedmoor with an HDMR II scope