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Preview: New Targets From American Precision Target Systems

This target system uses slots, angles and hooks instead of bolts and screws for assembly.

Introduction to Metallic Cartridge Reloading

Some of you may already be avid reloaders; in that case, it never hurts to...

Reloading at the Range

The solution that came from benchrest shooters.

Basic Tools For The Home Gunsmith

There are a number of general tools you will use for a variety of different...

How To Ensure Consistency In Long-Range Match Ammo

Let your scale warm up before weighing powder charges.

Understanding NRA Silhouette Pistol Competition

Targets used are not conventional circles or squares, but in the shape of chickens, pigs,...

Accuracy and Chronograph Testing, Part 3

Exploring the basic aspects of testing with optics.

Sorting Match-Grade Bullets for Long-Range Accuracy, Part 3: Assessing Variation in Bullet Lots

Individual lots of bullets can vary significantly in their uniformity of bullet OAL.

2016 NRA Silhouette Air Rifle National Championship Results

Relays were held one day each in the three categories of silhouette air rifle: Sporter...

Closing a Match

Elite shooters understand they perform their best when they are consistent with their intensity and...

Nikon Spot On Wind Meter

Read the wind with your smartphone.

Progressive Presses: Optimum Powder Metering Tips

All powder measures are not alike!

How is Cleaning Different for Competitive Shooting?

We sift through the “mud and sand” of folklore on high power gun cleaning.

Regina Milkovich Makes PRS Match History

First woman to win a PRS match.

Handloading: Minimizing Runout Using Standard Dies

A quality tool for measuring TIR is essential for obtaining consistent, accurate results. Generally, measuring...

Getting Started in Handloading with the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit

There is one critical item that often gets overlooked as folks talk about interesting topics...

Zeroing the AR-15 Service Rifle

The term “zero” means finding a sight setting that, under some set of conditions, results...
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