Bore Cleaning Basics
By Matthew Cameron
The carbon and copper left in a rifle bore after firing a single or multiple shots needs to be dealt with if the accuracy potential of the bore is to be maintained.
Rifles owned by target and benchrest shooters are cleaned frequently to maintain their...
Dialing The Truth
Proving Your Scope's Accuracy
Box To Bench Precision Targets
By Les Voth
I come up to the line in a comp stage repeating a mantra in my head, "Trust your dope. Trust your dope. Trust your dope." When you don't have confidence in your dope you start shooting at all four corners...
Arrow Fletching And F.O.C. Balance
By Jon Henry
Glued near the rear of most arrows are 3 (sometimes 4) feathers or plastic vanes, arranged in an equal pattern around the circumference of the shaft. These parabolic-shaped pieces of material (sometimes collectively called the...
How to Dope the Wind Beyond Belief-DVD Review
By Ernie Bishop
Dealing with the wind when shooting at distance is the “Achilles heel” for most long range shooters and hunters. In many shooting competitions there are wind flags at various distances to give shooters a better idea of the...