Expecting Perfection, One Shot at a Time
Lon Pennington was 34 years old before he owned a gun, after which he decided he wanted to become a silhouette competitor.
MasterPiece Arms Sponsors Woody's Fall Brawl Precision Rifle Series Event
The Precision Rifle Series was created in 2012 to further the popularity of long-range shooting through a series of competitions held throughout the country. In the following years, PRS grew its base of semi-pro and pro shooters which encourage the development of a club-level approach to the competition, encourage new members and build a larger list of participating clubs.
Taya Kyle takes on NRA World Shooting Champion Bruce Piatt at American Sniper Shootout
Wife of American Sniper Takes on World-Renowned Shooting Champion for $1 Million to Benefit Chris Kyle Frog Foundation.
Handloading: Minimizing Runout with Standard Seating Dies
Having sized, primed and charged our brass, the next step is bullet seating. Many approaches are possible; one that works well follows. When setting up a standard seating die, insert a sized, trimmed case into the shellholder and fully raise the press ram. Next, back the seating stem out and screw the die down until the internal crimping shoulder touches the case mouth.
Throwback Thursday: Camp Perry 1986
In 1986, the NRA High Power Rifle Championship pitted two former champions going head to head. Patrick McCann and defending champion G. David Tubb, two of the most prolific performers in Camp Perry history, did not disappoint this year.
Handloading Safety: Extrapolating Beyond Your Data, Part 1
Focus on not inadvertently exceeding the boundaries of known, safe data.
Handloading Safety: Extrapolating Beyond Your Data, Part 2
In Part 1, we measured the pre-firing bearing surface length. When the bullet is thrust forward upon ignition, it is pressure-swaged to fit the bore.
2015 NRA F-Class National Championship Results
F-Class is one of the most popular long range high power rifle games. Competitors fire at distances of 300 to 1200 yards and they may use almost any caliber rifle up to a .338, a scope, and a front and rear rest or bipod.
Handloading Safety: Extrapolating Beyond Your Data, Part 3
How to avoid pressure problems when developing loads.