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Reality Testing for Creedmoor Sports’ New Match Grade .30-06

Creedmoor Sports, which has been providing competitors with shooting gear since 1979, is getting deeper into the ammunition side of the business.

Connecting with the Wind Or Surfing F-Class

I made the comment to Chip Lohman, the editor that "I lost my connection to the wind" when asked about how I did in a match. He asked what I meant by that and this article is the result.

Smith & Wesson M&P C.O.R.E.

This versatile semi-auto can compete in a lot of games.

Reloading .22 Long Rifle—a new option for competitors

A new kit allows reloading of fired .22 LR cartridges.

Trijicon’s New 20-60x82 HD Spotting Scope

The 20-60x82 HD Spotting Scope is perfect for any competitor shooting at long distances. This big, gray battleship of a spotting scope will win many converts through sheer optical performance and rugged durability.

All About Primers with the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit

The effects of different primers on ammunition accuracy is a topic that interests many, but which relatively few can easily test with precision. Most competitive shooters are limited in their access to a 1000-yard range and a quality accuracy-testing facility. Thus, experimentation with primers is often done at shorter ranges, relying heavily on chronograph results to help select primer brands or lots by velocity uniformity and accuracy testing.

Oakwood Controls H-Bar LOMAH Electronic Target System

Long-range rifle competitors who need instant target feedback in a portable package can stop looking.

Hornady VMR Match Ammo

Vintage Military Rifle match rules prohibit accurizing the rifles, but nobody says you can’t use “accurized” ammunition.

Inland M1 Carbine Review

When CMP introduced the “as-issued” games a little over a decade ago, a military surplus Mauser or Mosin-Nagant could be had for about $100 and an M1 carbine in NRA Very Good condition fetched, if memory serves, about $400. Today—thanks in large part to the skyrocketing popularity of the carbine—a quick online check of non-collector milsurp M1 carbine prices varies from $630 to $1350. Whether that is still “inexpensive” is up to the individual shooter’s wallet.

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