Air Temperature Effects On Muzzle Velocity
By Gustavo F. Ruiz
Long Range is all about Ballistics. Beyond that, no more than luck can be expected without it.
It’s a well established scientific fact that air temperature influences muzzle velocity, and...
Elk Hunting For The Layman - Part I
By T. W. "Tommy" Cornelison
First, let me say that I am not a professional writer, nor do I work in the hunting industry. I am a hunter and a shooter that grew up in the sport and has had the opportunity to hunt several species of North American game from...
Scope mounting: Should I Lap or Bed my Mounting System?
By Jim See
The picture is of a very expensive action and a bolted and pinned on rail from the same company. On top of it is a precision ground parallel.
You can clearly see at the back of the rail there is a small gap between parallel and...
How to Hunt Elk from 5 Miles Away
By Remi Warren, of Western Hunter and Elk Hunter Magazine
The first elk tag I received in my home state of Nevada came well after I started elk hunting; ten years later to be exact. By that point, I had taken quite a few bulls in other states and...
2014 LRH Shooting Class with Non-Typical Outfitters –Review
By Andy Backus
This past August, my dad Len Backus and I, along with Robb Wiley of Non-Typical Outfitters, offered our first long range hunting and shooting class in the mountains of Western Wyoming. The idea for the class was hatched...