Setting Up For The Long Range Hunting Shot
By Shawn Carlock
First lets start off by saying that long range hunting shots are like snowflakes, a few may be similar but no two are really alike. While each shot is unique, the preparation for each shot is mostly the same.
For the sake of this...
Passing Judgement on the Creedmoor
By Darrell Holland
Is it media hype that is responsible for the all the excitement, much like the hullabaloo that was created over the WSM series of cartridges, or is the Creedmoor the near perfect cartridge for everything short of T-Rex? Inquiring minds would...
Effects Of Cartridge Over All Length (COAL) And Cartridge Base To Ogive (CBTO) – Part 2
By Bryan Litz
Cartridge Base To Ogive (CBTO)
The first half of this article focused on the importance of COAL in terms of SAAMI standards, magazine lengths, etc. There is another measure of length for...
Do Bullets Go To Sleep?
By Elya R. Courtney,1 Amy C. Courtney,1 and Michael W. Courtney2
1BTG Research, P.O. Box 62541, Colorado Springs, CO, 80962
2United States Air Force Academy, 2354 Fairchild Drive, USAF Academy, CO, 80840
A bullet can leave the...
Youth Deer Tag
By Les Voth
There was never a question of not taking my oldest son hunting with his first youth deer tag, but the thought of it scared me. We rarely spent time together in the woods. When it was time to hunt deer I just went out and “made meat”, as quickly as I could. For me...