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SIG Sauer Announces Commercial Version of U.S. Army NGSW MCX-SPEAR, 277 SIG FURY Ammo

SIG Sauer launches the official expansion of the MCX series of rifles with the new MCX-SPEAR chambered in 277 SIG FURY.

The Best High Power Rifle Cartridge

What is the single “best” caliber all-around High Power Rifle cartridge? In this article we search for the best all-around High Power Rifle cartridge.

Quick and Dirty Russian 7.62mm Ammunition Test Results

These guys sourced Barnaul 7.62x39 HP ammunition locally, which they fired in two "nice condition" original Russian SKS rifles previously zeroed for 300 yards

WATCH: British Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) Sniper Rifle

The Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) was Great Britain's go-to sniper rifle from WWII through the early Cold War.

Why Are Hollow-Point Rifle Bullets More Accurate?

High Power Rifle shooters know that hollow-point bullets have dominated serious competition for decades. Some of the reasons hollow-point rifle bullets became overwhelmingly preferred on the firing line have been lost over the years, however. This article briefly explains why hollow points became and are still superior to other types for high power rifle competition

Barrel Length Vs. Accuracy

A Page from History: Answering reader questions about barrel length versus accuracy, and Remington 720 & 721 mainspring interchangeability

International Sniper Competition: Out Of The Shadows, Into The Limelight

They work in the shadows, but once a year convene openly to compete against one another at a famed U.S. Army post.

Selecting and Preparing Reloading Components for Match-Grade Loads

Create a group of cases whose volume, length, neck and wall thickness, primer pockets, flash holes, etc. are all as uniform as possible.

2016 NRA Rule Changes

These rule changes are effective for 2016, as passed by the NRA Board of Directors in January 2016.

Handloading: Necking Up vs. Down and Concentricity

The U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit discusses necking cartridge cases up and down, the differences in cartridge concentricity (runout) that occur based on one’s method and some “fixes” that can reduce runout as we load.

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