Paul Phillips, Captain of Team Global Precision Group (GPG), is the 2019 King of 2 Miles. Hail the new King! Paul won the event with a score of 48350, beating runner-up Robert Brantley who scored 46306. Fellow GPG shooter and 2017 K02M winner Derek Rodgers finished third with 38747. Phillips secured his K02M crown with good shooting in Raton, NM on both Day 1 and Day 2. On the final day, Paul had two hits at 2728 yards and one at 3166 yards.Read More
I just got home and wanted to take the time to say thank you to everyone. Winning the king of 2 miles will be one of the best competitive shooting memories of my life.Read More
Team Global Precision Group visits the desert to test new technology in extreme long range. While winds were calm the camera captured an impact at 6012 yards (3.4) miles plus numerous near hits. The target was 32 inches tall by 48 inches wide. The time of flight was 17 seconds and required over 600 MOA of elevation or 10 degrees of barrel elevation.Read More
Renowned long distance shooter Paul Phillips successfully made a 6,000-yard shot using a custom rifle chambered in .416 Barrett.
Paul started shooting as a young boy, with his trusty Daisy BB gun by his side. By age 13, he was hunting small game and going afield with his father. At the age of 18, Paul joined the United Sates Marine Corps as an Infantryman.
Budding TV show “King of 2 Miles” — about promoting and pushing the limits for long range shooting — screened at last month’s SHOT Show in Las Vegas.Read More
On 1/21/18, new World Records were set under ELR Central rules for verified, consecutive three-shot string without sighters. Competitors started from cold bore, no sighters or ranging shots allowed. That’s a tough standard. In fact the first 12 shooters failed to put three shots on target at 1500 yards before Paul Phillips took his turn.Read More
Take a peek at the Applied Ballistics LLC ELR Team final run at King of 2 Miles. Derek Rodgers shooting, Paul Phillips Spotting and Emil Praslick on the Wind. Check out the video as we make impacts at 2667, 3028 and 3368 yards. We were on a time limit and we had to make an impact on each plate in order to advance to the next plate.Read More