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I RECENTLY WATCHED SEVERAL “HOW-TO” VIDEOS, ON THE SUBJECT MATTER “HOW TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO YOUR RIFLE SCOPE”. ONE THING I NOTICED QUICKLY, WAS A LACK OF CLEAR EXPLANATION OF HOW TO DO IT, WHAT THE “CLICKS” INDICATED, MINUTE OF ANGLE, & JUST HOW MANY CLICKS WERE REQUIRED TO MOVE THE BULLET’S IMPACT POINT @ […]
A brush with an illegal breeder in the sagebrush country of California reveals a real threat to ranchers and native species. By Jim Waddell
One of the best minds in the terminal ballistics world weighs in on the age old question of which is better: The 45 ACP or the 9mm Parabellum.
Blackhorn 209 wins over one shooter headed to the Quigley Shoot in Montana.
Jeremy Brown had an accidental double charge. It left an impression on him and his Smith and Wesson 329 as well.
By Jerry Sinkovec We move through it, we shoot through it and we breathe it. It’s air. But it’s something most shooters never think about when they are competing in a sporting clays competition or even in practice. It is something we should consider when shooting above 3,000 feet. At 3,000 feet the air density […]
Jim Waddell loads one of his favorites, the .222 Remington.
Dangerous game rifles are powerful. They are also tremendously accurate if you take the time to learn the tricks to manage recoil. John Noak offers his insights into handling the heavy hitters.
The Varmint Terminator, Will Scherer explains how he became a fan of the .20 Practical and how he made it work.