Long-Range Shooting

Weighing in at almost 3 pounds, Remington’s 2020 Networked Tracking Scope will add some heft to your rifle. Bipods, shooting sticks or some type of makeshift rest is required to accurately shoot in the field.

High-Tech Sniping with Remington’s 2020 Tracking System

Making shots out to 500-yards on a consistent basis is easy as pulling the trigger with Remington's new shooting system. The hi-tech 2020 Networked Tracking Scope gives almost any shooter the tools to make some of the trickiest long-range shots.

The author’s latest F-TR rifle on its first outing for load development. Notice the one-piece cleaning rod and the bore guide. The syringe near the ammo box is used to apply a special grease at various points on the bolt.

The F-Class Rifle for Competition

Putting a shot on target at 1,000-plus yards tests almost every facet of what it takes to be a marksman. This includes his equipment. From barrel, scope to action Denys Beauchemin breaks down what goes into building a hyper-accurate F-Class rifle.

Cold dry air creates more resistance to a bullet in flight than warm humid conditions. Such environmental considerations must be taken into account when making an accurate long-range shot.

5 Biggest Challenges to Long-Range Shooting

From environmental variables to internal ballistics, long-range shooting presents a host of challenges. Get dialed in by finding out the 5 big factors you face in making long-range shots.