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Mike Whitlock brings 40 years of experience to the Guru's classroom. Welcome to class.
Competitive Three-Gun shooter, Sterling White offers tips on getting range brass back into shooting condition.
Blackhorn 209 loads for the Remington Ultimate Muzzleloader.
Write to us with your ballistics and shooting questions. Dear Labby is here to help.
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Roger Johnson explains how to paperpatch bullets.
Blackhorn 209 wins over one shooter headed to the Quigley Shoot in Montana.
A retirement gift becomes a labor of love.
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 […]