Will Damage to a Rifle's Crown Hamper Accuracy?
We measured several rifles’ accuracy, desecrated their barrels, shot them again and compared the groups. Here’s what we learned.
The Best .22 Caliber Pistols for NRA Bullseye
Bullseye pistol favors accuracy and precision rather than pure speed.
New From Accuracy X: Multi Sight System for the 1911
Attention 1911 lovers! Tired of having to re-zero your 1911 when changing sights? With the new Multi Sight system from Accuracy X, you can do it all—with just one 1911.
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.
Accurizing a Revolver
A revolver's simple appearance can be deceiving, as David outlines in this article about preparing a "wheel gun" for match grade performance.
Economy, Handloading and Training Value: Part 3
Exploring the use of lighter, 50-55 gr. varmint or match bullets for less-expensive practice at 100-200 yards.
Handloading: Service Pistol and Accurate Ammo
Small tweaks to your normal routine can pay big dividends in improved accuracy and make practice and competition more rewarding.
Accuracy and Chronograph Testing, Part 6
Aspects of the aiming method for testing Service and Match Rifles using iron sights.
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