One of our readers recently took us to task over an article that covered rifle twist rate and bullet stability in relation to long-range shooting. His response is thought-provoking.
Open carry has caused waves in recent months, due to some high-profile activism. But at one Colorado eatery, toting a gun in the open is just another day on the job.
As simple as it might sound, shooting with both eyes open is an important skill, one that can give a shooter a marked advantage in the real world. But learning to keep both peepers in the game is a matter of practice.
Energy is definitely a factor in what is called knockdown power, but there are other facets in play determining if a round will floor game. Location of the hit and construction of the bullet/slug are far more important elements.
Team Bushnell Tactical's Bryan Morgan came out top dog in one of the more testing long-distance shooting competition – the Sniper's Hide Cup.
Trigger discipline is among the most important and most difficult shooting skills to master. But, as this video shows, there are tricks to developing a consistent, crisp and clean trigger break.
Jerry Miculek once again demonstrates his culinary skills by preparing fruit salad with his AR rifle. Watch him blast ever smaller pieces of produce in what amounts to a blink of an eye.
Dang, this guy moves fast! Check out the video montage of Instructor Zero of the Italy-based Spartan 360° Tactical Defense as he runs through a slew of shooting drills extremely quickly and accurately.
It’s too windy, or it’s cold or raining too hard to go out and practice. The truth of the matter is, whether hunting or competing, long-distance shooters can’t always depend on blue bird skies. To win in nasty conditions, your gun training can't be called for bad weather.