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Category: Competitve Shooting
Scott Elliot with Arizona Schuetzenverein introduces us to the purest form of target shooting.
Custom tight-necked chambers can cause unexpected pressures Learn the cues and how-to's to avoid this potential problem.
Neck-turning is time consuming and requires special tools, but it can enhance your rifles's accuracy if done correctly.
The Meet the big-bore Hornet: the.270 R.E.N.
Arizona rifleman uses a stock Winchester Low Wall to compete against high dollar custom guns. When it come to smallbore rifle shooting, the hardware used in competition often looks like something right out of Buck Roger, and usually comes with a big bucks price tag to match. But in the case of Scott Elliot of […]
Kevin Newberry explains the importance of proper crimping and supplies an easy to understand formula that makes combat ammunition for the handloader a practical proposition.
Tom Badham continues his look at heavy bullet loadings in the .223 Remington.
If you have ever considered trying 3-Gun competition, Sterling White has some tips for your first match.
Shooting a paper-patched bullet in your inline muzzleloader, using Blackhorn 209 powder behind it, opens up a whole new way to shoot your rifle. Your .50 caliber muzzleloader can shoot a 500 to 550 grain paper-patched bullet and in some very fast twist muzzleloader you can even shoot up to a 700 grain bullet. […]