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Review: Maven RS.4 5-30x56 mm Riflescope

A customizable optic priced under $2,000, Maven’s RS.4 offers a lot of bang for the buck for precision rifle shooters.

Is NRA Match Rifle For You?

NRA High Power Rifle competition has two options: Match or Service. Which one should you choose?

How Much Is A Minute?

What is the exact size of a minute of angle at 100 yards? Here is one explanation to this often-asked question from a much-heralded source.

New: Leupold Adds MOA Models To Mark 5HD Riflescope Family

Some great news from Oregon: Leupold has released new MOA models of popular Mark 5HD optic

How To Get Your Match Rifle Dialed In

Classic tips from the old coach on how to get your match rifle to hit where you look and be able to quickly dial in the exact amount of adjustment you need. Know your clicks!

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

Everything You Wanted To Know About AR-15 Service Rifle Iron Sights

To keep your bullets on target, you need to understand the strengths and weaknesses of iron sights. They still matter!

Steel Squirrels & Flying Pellets: The Magic of Air Rifle Field Target

Jock Elliott shares his enthusiasm for a challenging, yet fun sport that can be fired using anything from a Gamo Whisper to an Olympic 10-meter space gun: Air Rifle Field Target

Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 3: Master And More

Now is when you start looking really hard at subtle improvements—small increments, small gains. The final installment of Glen Zediker’s series on improving your high power rifle classification. Here, he focuses on going beyond Master class.

A Few Techniques About Sighting-In Your Rifle

Sighting-in a rifle—whether for plinking, hunting or competitive shooting can be daunting. However, there are some tricks and techniques that author Jim Shults shares in this article that will help the task go better for you.

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