This video explains the finer points of achieving a solid shooting position when lying prone and using a bipod on the front of your rifle.
No matter how steady your hunting rifle, hitting at any range presumes a proper zero.
One of the most critical pieces of data to long-range shooting beyond 400 yards is knowing the precise distance to the target.
You don't always have a bench to shoot from and prone isn't always workable. But there are still positions that ensure your shot goes where you want it.
Just because you can make a long-range shot on a game animal, doesn't mean you necessarily should.
The kneeling position in shooting is fast and stable when done properly. Once mastered it will pay big dividends in the hunting fields.
Gunsite Academy in Paulden, Arizona, is offering the ideal training for hunters, whether you’re an old pro tuning up for another adventure or a first-timer.
Knowing which is your dominant eye is an important part of pistol marksmanship. Learn how to determine yours in this informative video.
The need for a bipod becomes all too evident in the field when squeezing off a shot at 100 yards or more. Today’s models are ultra-versatile and utilitarian.