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A Cure for the Blur?

Not exactly, but Snake Eyes could keep you in the game

What’s In Your Range Bag, Amy Sowash?

As a little girl, Amy Sowash dreamed of shooting in the Olympics, especially when she plinked pop cans with her dad. She didn’t start taking the journey seriously, though, until she began preparing to attend college. At that point, Sowash started shooting competitively with rifles, and the next year, she walked on to the University of Kentucky rifle team.

M1 Garand Service and Maintenance

Your M1 Garand used to throw empties forward and to the right as it should, but today it’s been ejecting to the right rear. What does it mean? Or you’ve reassembled your Garand and now the action is locked up—what happened? And do you really need a gas cylinder lock screw wrench and gas cylinder wrench to disassemble the Garand?

Zins on Bullseye: Trigger Control

Twelve-time NRA National Pistol Champion Brian Zins knows a thing or two about NRA Bullseye pistol competition.

Real Avid Pistol Tool

This pint-sized tool solves a lot of range problems.

Repairing a Wooden Target Rifle Stock

The M1903 Springfield rifle was only five years old when the U.S. Army recognized the chronic problem of recoil causing the steel receiver tang to split the wooden stock where the two meet. In 1908, the Army told Springfield to make all subsequent rifles with a 1/16 inch gap between the tang and the stock, solving the problem.

Handloading: Minimizing Runout Using Standard Dies

A quality tool for measuring TIR is essential for obtaining consistent, accurate results. Generally, measuring equipment is not a good area in which to skimp or economize, as one uses these tools throughout one’s handloading career. They form the basis for consistent reproduction of accurate ammunition lots.

Anticipation . . . Everybody Does It

Yes, everybody. In some form or another, practically every bad shot that was not a grip or position issue was a form of anticipation. Jerking the trigger is in essence anticipation, bucking, heeling and flinching. All of these are forms of anticipation.

Handloading: Minimizing Runout with Standard Seating Dies

Having sized, primed and charged our brass, the next step is bullet seating. Many approaches are possible; one that works well follows. When setting up a standard seating die, insert a sized, trimmed case into the shellholder and fully raise the press ram. Next, back the seating stem out and screw the die down until the internal crimping shoulder touches the case mouth.

NEW! Comp-Tac Victory Gear’s Q Line Holsters

A multi-fit holster line unlike anything you have seen before.

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