Articles from ADMIN

  1. Using A Spotting Scope To Read Mirage And Estimate Wind Velocity

    Mirage is one of those things that can render even the most expensive and best spotting scope useless. However, a quality spotting scope can still help you hit your target dead-on. Clarity is what you want and quality scopes have the glass to give it. But, how can you compensate for mirage when it’s killing your aim? If you’re into long range shooting like competitive bench-rest, or if you’re just trying to wrap your head around the mirage phenomenon, squint no further. We’ve put together...
  2. A Case For Competition

    By Les Voth. There are many differences between hunting and a PRS match, but many of the skills cross over. Improvised shooting positions are used and expected in hunting. Improvised shooting positions are constructed in these matches to test your skill.
  3. State-managed Hunting Access Programs

    By George Bettas, Western Hunter Magazine. Over the past two decades, many western states have implemented state-managed, private land hunter access programs. Most include a means to compensate participating landowners, while also promoting positive hunter-landowner relations. Kansas, North Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kentucky, South Dakota, California, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho all have hunter access programs.
  4. What's All The Fuss Over Aluminum Bedding?

    By Don Bitz. Tired of those odd fliers that open up your groups? Sub-MOA on Saturday and all over the paper on Sunday? Drop it into aluminum and quit wasting money testing load after load!
  5. Maintaining Consistency In Your Brass

    By Jim See. My last article on brass prep centered on preparing new brass for loading. This article will cover maintaining that brass for long life and the processes I use in my brass loading prep.
  6. Zeiss Conquest V4 Riflescope Field Test And Review: 6-24x50 Zmoa-1 & 4-16x44 Illuminated Zbr-2

    By Mike Durocher. Initial impressions of the scope are great! The elevation turret had solid audible and tactical feedback as I dialed it up and down. The 20 moa turrets were nice for compounding rotations when more than one revolution of dope is needed.
  7. Prone Shooting Position

    By Jim See. Prone shooting from the bipod should be our most accurate and precise position, yet some of us suffer in this area.
  8. Mating Scopes To Rifles, Barrels & Stocks

    By Don Bitz - Owner - Stocky's Stocks. My initial intention of this prose was to help you select the right scope and mounts for your new aftermarket stock, we get many questions about this.
  9. 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.
  10. The Long Rangers

    By Darin Cooper. An in-depth look at two premier ballistic rangefinders: The G7 BR2 and the Sig KILO 2400 ABS.
  11. Mec Marksman Reloading Press Review

    By Jared Bauder. The MEC Marksman single stage press provides some of the higher end features for a reasonable price.
  12. Load Development, At Home And In-the-field

    By E. Wade Loudamy. Loading in the field is the most recent and the most significant enhancement to my reloading process, greatly reducing the time required and the number of trips to the range.
  13. Zeiss Conquest V4 Riflescope Field Test And Review: 4-16x44 Zbr Moa & 6-24x50 Illuminated Zmoa

    Optics with high-end “champagne” performance and a price tag within reach of those on a “beer budget.”
  14. Wyoming Spring Bear Hunt

    It didn’t take much discussion to convince me that a life-size body mount is the only way to honor this creature.
  15. Schmidt & Bender 3-12x54 Polar T96 Riflescope

    Leaving the 92% clan far behind, this scope claims an impressive light transmission and we were itching to test it in the field and on the range
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