Long-Range Shooting

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.

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Gun Review: GA Precision GAP-10

Video review of the sub-MOA GAP-10 from GA Precision, a semi-automatic .308 rifle designed to maintain point of impact shot after shot.

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Wayne van Zwoll: Why Bullet Trajectory Doesn’t Go Straight

Bullets travel in arcs. You knew that. Actually, they’re parabolic arcs. A bullet drops faster as it goes farther. Well, not really. Gravity determines how fast a bullet drops, and its force doesn’t change over the course of a bullet’s flight. But the arc does get steeper at distance. Why? Gravity’s Effect on Bullet...

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Video: Understanding Mils (Milliradians)

NSSF's Ryan Cleckner explains the measurement term "milliradian" (mil) and how to use a mil-dot scope to measure the distance to your target at the range and in the field.