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Is It Possible to Overdo Gun Drills?

    Practice. It’s the way to get good at just about anything. Gun drills can even help you get good at doing the wrong thing. Lones Wigger, the most decorated Olympic rifleman ever, once told me he practiced gun drills up to four hours a day for the U.S. Army Marksmanship Training Unit....

Harris Bipod for Rifles

How to Use Rifle Bipods, Tripods

    The animals you hunt live amid an abundance of rock, trees, hillocks and other rifle rests. Alas, there’s never a rock or a limb where you need it, when you have little time to fire. That’s why Cro Magnon man invented a rest for his spear…Well, perhaps the bipod doesn’t go that...

Wayne van Zwoll Springfield Sporter Rifle

Handloads: Will Your Gun Blow Up?

Firearms come apart when gas pressures from burning powder can’t leave soon enough. Time matters. Pressures can’t build to dangerous levels if you don’t give them time. On the other hand, you must give pressures time to build to useful levels. The bullet is an obstruction. Its resistance (friction and mass), plus barrel length...

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The “Gun Digest 2013″ Giveaway Winner Is . . .

Thanks to everyone who posted a comment for a chance to win a copy of "Gun Digest 2013." Not surprisingly, the comments depict the wide range of interests held by gun enthusiasts, everything from self defense to hunting to shooting to collecting.