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  1. .240 Weatherby Magnum: The Hotrod 6mm

    .240 Weatherby Magnum: The Hotrod 6mm By John Johnston In 1968 Roy Weatherby designed and created his last Weatherby magnum cartridge. The .240 was born to compete with the .240 H&H. Typical of Roy Weatherby’s prior rounds, the .240 had a belted case. It has survived for all these years, but its future may be in doubt. Like most of Weatherby’s cartridges, the cost of .240 ammunition and...
  2. 10 Ways To Stronger Rifle Field Shooting Positions

    By Shawn Carlock - From the LRH Archives. There are things you can do to raise your first round hit percentage by improving your shooting position.
  3. 10 Year Old Ram On The 10th Day Of A 10 Day Hunt

    10 Year Old Ram On The 10th Day Of A 10 Day Hunt By Bruce Marshall Where to start? I guess the beginning is actually when I moved my family to Wyoming 25 years ago. As a hunter it is a great place to be. I started applying for a sheep within a couple of years of arriving. Not every year, but probably every other year. Then things changed in 1994 as Wyoming went to a preference point system...
  4. 12 Year Old Bags 6X6 Bull Elk

    12 Year Old Bags 6X6 Bull Elk By Mike Greene In late September of 2011, I had the privilege of teaching my 12 year old grandson Matt to elk hunt here in the White Mountains of Arizona. On his second try Matt drew an Arizona Early Rifle Bull Elk Tag. This hunt would be right in the middle of the rut with a new moon about the 4th night. Our anticipation began to soar. Matt’s dad, Daniel, and I...
  5. 1500 Yard Prairie Dogs

    1500 Yard Prairie Dogs By Ernie Bishop The quest for hitting prairie dogs in the field was a challenge for me in 1984, as I was unfamiliar with center-fire rifles and high magnification scopes. Growing up on a Kansas farm, upland game was a norm. I was used to using a shotgun or an iron-sighted 22 rim-fire rifle, but the heavy barreled custom 6mm Remington rifle with set trigger and a Unertl...
  6. 2014 LRH Shooting Class with Non-Typical Outfitters-Review

    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 during the many hours Len and Robb spent together hunting mule deer, elk and bear in Robb’s...
  7. 2015 Long Range Hunting Shooting School with Non-Typical Outfitters

    2015 Long Range Hunting Shooting School with Non-Typical Outfitters By Mike Trenholm At a tent camp in the mountains of southwest Wyoming, way up in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, you can have a training experience that’s a rare opportunity to improve your shooting and hunting skills. First, let me say I’ve been involved in firearms training, instruction and competition since I was 15...
  8. 2017 LRH Group Elk Hunt Trip Report

    2017 LRH Group Elk Hunt Trip Report By Andy Backus This year we had a great group of guys join my dad and me for the 2017 Group Elk Hunt with Non-Typical Outfitters. We all met up at camp on Thursday afternoon October 26th. The first order of business was to check our zeros shooting off a solid bench on paper targets. Non-Typical makes a point of having steel targets at most of their camps...
  9. 22-284 Winchester: Life At 40X

    22-284 Winchester: Life at 40X By Robert Coles After a recent varmint rifle build using the 284 Winchester case (TVHA issue 84) I made a mention that a barrel was on order for a 22-284 Winchester chambering. This article will focus on the cartridge and load development along with a field test on the Barska Benchmark 40X scope. I spent many hours reading through older publications regarding...
  10. 223 Trainer Rifles By the 6.5 Guys

    .223 Trainer Rifles By the 6.5 Guys (Steve Lawrence, Ed Mobley) About a year ago we were hanging out with our gunsmith Travis Redell of RBros Rifles and we asked him what our next build should be. In the back of our minds we were expecting him to recommend one of the more powerful 6.5mm cartridges or a flat shooting 6mm. Instead Travis recommended we both build .223 trainers. His response was...
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