Greg Herbert | 2024 XLR Pro Shooter

Greg Herbert | 2024  XLR Pro Shooter

Hometown: Lehi, UT

Facebook: Greg Herbert 

Instagram: @herbert.greg & @phanthom.firearms 

About: Greg started shooting at a young age, but didn’t start competing until 2010. He shot his first long range match with a single-shot bench rest rifle with a 2-ounce trigger and no safety. Now in his fifties, competing is all Greg thinks about and he loves the rush of adrenaline from a match. "If it doesn’t get your heart pumping, you’re in the wrong sport," says Greg. "I love to compete, but I also enjoy helping others get into competitive shooting or long range hunting." When he is not shooting, Greg enjoys family, hunting, gun-smithing, fitness, off-roading, and his horses.

2022 Top Finishes:

  • Buffalo Bills Revenge NRL Hunter - 1st Overall
  • Hornady Precision Hunter - 3rd Open Heavy
  • NRL Championship - 11th Overall
  • Alpha Munitions Nut Crusher - 17th Overall, 1st Senior
  • NRL Hunter Championship - 18th Overall
View All Greg's Prior Finishes.

2021 Top Finishes:

  • Gem State Stand off - 13th Overall
  • Vortex Precision Rifle Challenge - 28th Overall, 3rd Senior
  • Hornady PRC- 44th Overall - 1st Senior
  • Carbon County Crusher - 28th Overall
  • Parma Precision Rifle Rumble - 28th Overall, 1st Senior

2020 Top Finishes:

  • 1st Place - North Springs Tactical Rifle 
  • 2nd Place - Central UT Precision Rifle (PRS) 
  • 4th Place - Leap Ahead Match (RMP) 

2019 Top Finishes:

  • 2nd Place - Samrocked! (PRS)
  • 4th Place - Doc Steel Rifle Challenge (PRS)
  • 5th Place - NUPR FALL FLING (PRS)
  • 14th Place - Parma Precision Rumble (PRS) 

2017 Top Finishes:

  • 2nd Place - Arizona (NRL)
  • 3rd Place - Rocky Mountain Ice Breaker Challenge (PRS)
  • 5th Place - The Sound of Silence (PRS)
  • 6th Place - March into Madness (PRS)
  • 7th Place - Averaged for the championship (NRL)
  • 24th Overall for Season (NRL)


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