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Review: Henry Long Ranger 6.5 Creedmoor

A 6.5 Creedmoor lever gun at the 600-yard line? Yes please! The Long Ranger is a 19th century concept benefitting from 20th century improvements and upgraded to chamber 21st century cartridges.

Review: Tippman M4 .22 LR

The Tippmann M4 rimfire is much like a regular AR—except it costs three cents per round and there’s less noise.

4 Easy Mods To Improve Reloading-Die Performance

These four tricks will aid you in your quest for more accurate loaded ammunition.

4 Ways To Be A Conscientious Competitive Shooter

No one wants to be squadded with a bitter and pretentious stick in the mud! Here’s our top 4 tips to help you to not be “that” guy or gal

All About Sierra Bullets

For over 60 years, Sierra has kept their focus on making the most accurate bullets for target shooting and for hunting. Mission accomplished!

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!

How Bore Cleaning Affects Accuracy

A Page from History looks back at when American Rifleman magazine tested whether cleaning the bore of a smallbore rifle is important for keeping tight groups

6 Tips For Improving Rimfire Rifle Accuracy

These tips and resources from our friends at Team Area 419 will help you connect more when competing at .22 LR matches

Handloading: Winter Zeros And Indoor Load Testing For High Power

If it’s a bad group at 50 yards, it’s only going to get worse with distance

A Page from History: Musings of an Old Rifleman

Observations on rifle accuracy by a shooter whose experience spanned 50 years of intensive activity and also over 3,000 various tests

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