Rex Tibor is the host and creator of Rex Reviews; an online vlog that can be found on Rex’s youtube channel titled “Tibor-asaurus Rex”. Rex may be best known for his comprehensive long range shooting tutorials currently referred to as the SNIPER 101 series on Youtube.
He also enjoys posting other videos on various subjects including current 2nd amendment issues, bible study videos, and numerous other light hearted topics as well.
Rex has long been a student of the sciences and is currently employed in the engineering field. Rex enjoys sharing his various skill sets in an easy to understand format and he tries his best to encourage folks to stay true to their old school values.
Today he joins us to discuss long rage shooting, equipment selection for it and what he calls the “golden rule” along with “old school values”
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- Rex’s Youtube Channel
- Rex’s Sniper 101 Playlist
- Fred Bear Song – Ted Nugent
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