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How To: Cast Bullets [Complete Guide]

The sun was just beginning to peek over the tree line as one of my sons and I sat at the edge of a thicket, facing a large, unmowed meadow. It was November and deer firearms season. We watched a couple of nice does meander towards us across the meadow. We decided I would attempt ... Read more
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How To Camouflage A Rifle

The Camo In nature, some animals, insects and plants have a biological defense mechanism that helps them blend into the environment to hide from predators. The military in particular mimics this clever behavior for cover and concealment in combat. By wearing certain clothing or using specific materials and equipment, soldiers and snipers can go undetected ... Read more
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How to Avoid Flinching

Most shooters will at some point experience flinching, regardless whether they’re an amateur or skilled shooter. While some may not want to admit falling victim to this problem, every shooter deals with it at some point. There are a whole lot of varying factors that can affect a shooter’s reaction when firing. Everyone has a ... Read more
Close up show of the Henry Big Boy .44 Magnum rifle showing its action open
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Adjusting a Winchester Trigger

The following is intended for Information Purposes Only and no responsibility is taken whatsoever for any consequences that result from reading this article. Inexperienced and uninformed gun owners should heed advice and refrain from doing their own trigger adjustments or rifle repairs and modifications. If you don’t know what you’re doing, there can be a ... Read more

How To Zero A Scope

Telescopic sights have specifications based on internal adjustments and will vary between models, like having a 60 MOA, 85 MOA, 100 MOA or a 120 MOA. At 100 yards, a 60 MOA scope can elevate 60 inches, a 120 MOA scope can elevate 120 inches, an 85 MOA at 85 inches, and so forth. Changing ... Read more

Rifle Saddle For Tripod

This article offers advice on using a camera tripod to support your rifle whether you’re a sharpshooter or a sniper. A tripod has a lot of benefits over using cross sticks or a folding bipod. And, when it’s sufficiently camouflaged with an adapter that fits the forearm of the rifle, you’ll be hard-pressed to find ... Read more

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