Whether plinking tin cans or competing in practical pistol, Americans love to shoot. But target shooting does more than sharpen marksmanship skills. It also has a big impact on the economy.
Getting a rifled scoped in and hitting where you want it to is a vital skill any shooter must have. This video gives a quick and easy technique to get a rifle sighted in using just two shots.
Putting aside technology in the form of laser rangefinders and rangefinding reticles, there are several methods available to the shooter for range estimation.
Those who have seen Jerry Miculek know he's capable of amazing things with a pistol in his hands, but his latest trick shot might take the cake. Watch as he throws a 9mm round on target at an impossible distance. Wow!
Trying to decode conflicting measurement systems on rifle scopes using MOA- turrets with Mil-based reticles is now a thing of the past on Leupold's line of optics thanks to their new TS-32X1 MOA-based reticle.
The author of two Gun Digest books on marksmanship, Peter Lessler is a skillful firearms instructor in his own right. But here, he gives us a look of what it was like to train with the master -- Col. Jeff Cooper.
In general, the least magnification that gives you a clear target image is the best scope magnification. Noted long-range shooting authority Wayne van Zwoll explains why.
One of the most useful rifle shooting aids is also one of the most neglected. That is the use of the loop sling. The support and steadiness it provides, when properly used, is enormous.
Can Jerry Miculek pull it off while shooting the handgun upside down, one-handed ... using his pinky finger? Watch to find out!