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.

Prone in prairie grass, Wayne steadies a heavy-barreled .33 wildcat on a Remington action. The 4.5-14X Leupold is standard GreyBull fare. It has given him saucer-sized groups at 780 yards.

Long Range Shooting: Rifles That Shoot Far

Riflemen crave more hits at greater distance. This hardware surely marches to that beat. Wayne van Zwoll provides long range shooting tips on the rifles that really reach out there.