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The Other .38s

There’s a good reason why the “obsolete” .38 Long Colt and .38 Short Colt are...

Why Build A Palma Rifle?

What compels a Service Rifle shooter to build a Palma rifle? Author Dennis Santiago details...

WATCH: Texas Star From CMP Steel Targets

Remember: Always shoot the top plate first.

Review: Tippman M4 .22 LR

The Tippmann M4 rimfire is much like a regular AR—except it costs three cents per...

New Products At SHOT Show 2020 Emphasize Increased Shooting Sports Participation

What started as a search for high power rifle products turned into a scavenger hunt...

Precision Rifle Champions Switch To New Bullet In Mid-Season—And Win

While switching horses midstream is generally not advisable, some shooters who switched to Hornady’s A-Tip...

How To Calculate Rifling Twist Rates For Stabilizing Bullets

How heavy or light a bullet will your rifle accurately shoot?

5 Tips To Help You Win Trophies With A Revolver

Here are five tips that can help you gain a winning edge with a wheelgun.

Why Are Hollow-Point Rifle Bullets More Accurate?

High Power Rifle shooters know that hollow-point bullets have dominated serious competition for decades. Some...

In Pursuit of the Better Mousetrap: Takedown X22 Backpacker

Takedowns date back to the muzzleloader era, and they have been experiencing a renaissance of...

The Forces At Work When A Bullet Leaves A Gun

It's more than just gravity, drag, ballistic coefficient and velocity

A Page from History: Air Resistance of a .30-'06

What is the air resistance against the point of a .30-'06 military bullet in pounds?

A Page from History: Inherent Pattern

A multishot gun, even with perfect barrel and ammunition, has a natural property of dispersing...

Why Hollow Points Fly Straight

From a pure physics standpoint, a hollow point does have some advantages for trying to...

The Ray-Vin Scope Stand and Mount

A spotting scope stand and adjustable mount for outdoor weather and lumpy ground may require...

Why Some Shooters Are Really Good

For starters, they tend to work hard and have no problem adjusting their mindset.

Continued Evolution of the NRA Adaptive Shooting Program

The NRA Adaptive Shooting Program has seen many changes over the years since its debut...

A Systems Oriented Approach to Reducing Total Indicated Runout

Many high-quality devices are available to measure various aspects of your handloading routine. The key...