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How To Calculate Rifling Twist Rates For Stabilizing Bullets

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

The 7.5 Swiss: A Reputation For Precision

The 7.5 Swiss cartridge is historically significant and has superior precision when used in the...

Papier-Mâché To Polymer: Getting The K31 Back Into The Rapid-Fire Stages

Northridge has durable polymer chargers for the Swiss K31 rifle.

Vintage Rifle Cartridges You May Not Know

You probably haven’t heard of at least one of these five arcane rifle cartridges we...

Schachle Takes Top Spot At 2019 D-Day Matches

This distinguished high power rifle high master shooter repeated as the overall winner of the...

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"...

What Is That Milsurp Loading?

Is your milsurp ammo safe? Ball on the left, tracer on the right for the...

New Vintage Sniper Optics: Using The M73G4 Sniper Scope For Competition

Vintage Military Sniper Rifle competition would be as arcane as Schuetzen if not for reproductions...

Last Cartridge Of An Empire: .303 British

With factory FMJ ammo still available, reloading the .303 British isn’t necessary, but for many...

New: SIG Sauer .30-06 Springfield Elite Match Ammo

Recognizing the popularity of the M1 Garand for vintage military rifle competition across the country,...

America’s .30-40 Krag Is Still In The Ring For VMR Competition

Vintage Military Rifle enthusiasts shouldn’t count out the venerable .30-40 Krag. Here’s why.

Competitive Shooter Pays Homage to Australian World War I Soldiers

“I’m not here for the high score—I’m here to have a great time,” said Ari...

10 Of Our Best Articles On Handloading, Part 2

Handy articles for handloading aficionados, including NAS3 loading, M72 Match Load, setting up a dedicated...

Too Much Recoil? The Arisaka May Be Your Solution

The WWII Japanese Type 38 dates back to 1897. It’s comparatively mild 6.5x50 cartridge may...

How To Select A VMR That’s Best For You

Choosing a Vintage Military Rifle (VMR for the unacquainted) to use in competition isn’t difficult...

Tips On How To Duplicate 1950s-Era .30-06 M72 Match Load

The legendary M72 match load takes a little ingenuity and accurate information to properly replicate....

Five Reasons Why 6.5x55 mm Is The Best Vintage Military Rifle Cartridge

To start, the rifles and ammo are very easy to find

How To Keep The Focus On Fun At Team Matches

Tossing fortune (good or bad) into the hat with a friend(s) creates a different kind...

Entries Double At 2017 New England Games

Brian Williams wins four rifle events at the second year of this CMP Travels Games...

How To Find Quality Vintage Military Rifle Ammo

Some VMR ammo, commercial and milsurp, is easier to find than others. This article outlines...
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