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Handloading .22 LR For Competition

Diversion or do-able? Cutting Edge Bullets has a prescription for handloading .22 LR long-range ammunition: Lathe-turned, solid copper bullets.

Winchester Ammunition Awarded $5M FBI Sniper Contract

Winchester Ammunition recently scored an exclusive .308 Win./7.62x51 mm NATO contract for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Phillip Velayo, Caylen Wojcik Take First Place At Granite Creek Sniper Challenge

The Team Hornady shooters were using A-Tip Match bullets and the Hornady 4DOF ballistics app, along with a Kestrel weather meter.

New: Swarovski dS Gen. II Smart Riflescope

Austrian optics giant Swarovski has updated its groundbreaking dS smart riflescope with the new dS 5-25x52 mm Gen. II model.

8 New Competitive Shooting Products For 2021

Here are eight of the coolest new products released this year for competitive shooters.

New: Barnaul 9 mm Subsonic Ammunition

Barnaul’s new 9 mm subsonic steel-case cartridge is a new option for Minor Power Factor competitive shooters.

The High-BC .22 LR Bullet: Are We There Yet?

This may be the year that high ballistic coefficient bullets for .22 LR cartridges arrive. One company, Cutting Edge, has taken on the challenge.

Shot-to-Shot Variation in Muzzle Velocity and Ballistic Coefficient

Muzzle Velocity causing vertical dispersion at long range is common knowledge, but what about BC variation from shot-to-shot? This article by Bryan Litz will be of interest to high power and precision rifle shooters.

New: Savage 300 PRC Long-Range Rifles

Savage Arms recognizes the long-range potential of the 300 PRC cartridge.

Meeting Major Power Factor With A 4-Inch Revolver Barrel And Moon Clips

Is there a difference in velocity from the same loads fired from semi-automatics and revolvers? One reader asked us this question and here is our answer.

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