Vintage Rifle Cartridges You May Not Know
You probably haven’t heard of at least one of these five arcane rifle cartridges we have listed here
Schachle Takes Top Spot At 2019 D-Day Matches
This distinguished high power rifle high master shooter repeated as the overall winner of the 2019 Talladega D-Day Matches in Alabama
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" original Russian SKS rifles previously zeroed for 300 yards
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 that provide us with “new vintage” optics.
Last Cartridge Of An Empire: .303 British
With factory FMJ ammo still available, reloading the .303 British isn’t necessary, but for many it’s part of the VMR game.
New: SIG Sauer .30-06 Springfield Elite Match Ammo
Recognizing the popularity of the M1 Garand for vintage military rifle competition across the country, SIG Sauer is stepping in to help meet the enormous demand for .30-06 Springfield ammunition
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 Feliciano with a smile. “It went really, really great. I had the time of my life. That’s how I measured this time here.”
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 suit the recoil-shy
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 if the matter is approached systematically