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Winchester Launches Improved Ballistics Calculator

The award-winning Winchester Ballistics Calculator is back with new enhancements.

Cardboard Computers: Classic Mechanical Devices Used To Aid Shooters

Compute and shoot—slipsticks for the shootist. Competitors should know the advantages and disadvantages of simple-to-use and inexpensive cardboard sliding-scale devices.

Ballistic App Review: Can “Free” Also Be “Best?”

A smartphone-based ballistic calculator, the Ballistic app for iOS is an appealing and free option for use on the firing line.

New: Federal 6.5 PRC Gold Medal Berger Hybrid

This new 6.5 PRC load from Federal serves up a high ballistic coefficient, thanks to a 140-grain Berger hybrid bullet.

2019 Holiday Gift Guide

This year’s round-up includes 36 recommendations across seven categories that fit every holiday-gift budget.

How To Find Target Shooting Books Published By NRA

Tips on how to find classic firearms books published by the NRA in the past.

What To Know Before You Buy A Used Unertl 100 mm Spotting Scope

Is the Unertl 100 mm team spotting scope the best ever made? Here’s what to look for before purchasing a used model of this classic optic.

New: Berger .22 Caliber 85.5-Grain Long-Range Hybrid Target Bullet

Can the .223 beat the .308 at 1,000 yards? Starting today, Berger says, “Yes.”

G1 vs. G7 Ballistic Coefficients

Which tape measure for boat tail bullets?

Quarter Points And Ball In High Power

High Power shooters today still use a variety of simple charts and calculators to compensate for wind drift

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