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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...
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RUGER KODIAK MODEL 77 LONG RANGE TARGET RIFLE AND A RITON 6-24X50 RT-S5 SCOPE By John Johnston In 1962 Remington came out with their 7mm Remington Magnum. It was a surprise for the sporting arms industry since metric rounds had not been especially popular in USA up to then. Remington designed...
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Elevate Your Hunt With An Electric Hunting Bike By John Murphy Are you looking to cover more ground in a fast, efficient, quiet way? Or are you simply trying to cover the same area that you did in your 20s and 30s? Electric hunting bikes are still a fairly new concept but more and more hunters...
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Brown Bears at Breakfast By Ian McMurchy “We are into “Plan-B”, Ian. We had no idea there would be so much snow this late in the season. Lots of bear tracks so we will be O.K.!” FROM THE LRH ARCHIVES Those words greeted me when outfitter Wayne Woods beached his skiff onto a desolate Copper...
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A Case For PRS By Sam Nelson I checked again for wind, the mirage was a boil, almost imperceptible. I could feel a coolness on my back where my shirt was damp from sweat, but it came and went and it never stayed more than a few seconds. I checked my watch again, 8:00 pm on the dot. Shooting...
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The Perfect Hunting Partner By Jeff Rueth We’ve all had a lot of hunting partners over the years. Some great and some you would like to forget. You have the guy that doesn’t help with anything unless asked, the guy that always wants to borrow something because he was to cheap to buy his...
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Precision Scope Mounting for the Working Rifle. By Jim See of Elite Accuracy Everybody seems to be an expert when it comes to putting stuff together but a novice when it comes to diagnosing zero shifts, and accuracy problems with their rifles. I decided long ago I was going to make my ability...
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A South African Safari By Dean Ozanne Is Hunting South Africa Fair Chase Hunting This brings up the first thing often debated about hunting South Africa. Is it really fair chase hunting. Virtually all the hunting land in South Africa is privately owned. You cannot hunt the reserves and parks...
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Long Range Competition - Getting Good At PRS By Les Voth & Nick Butze The team that scored the highest points total at the Bushnell 2018 GAP Grind in Jackson, Tennessee was Pro shooter - Joe Walls of Florida teamed with Amateur shooter - Nick Butze of Minnesota. As an individual shooter Nick...
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Gearing Up Your Body By Kristy Titus Fitness & Nutrition Editor Originally published in Western Hunter Magazine Get the inside track on gear that will better your performance On the mountain, your body is already being challenged. The last thing you want to do is experiment with how far you...
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Building Your Next Custom Rifle By Don Bitz - Owner - Stocky's Stocks While many out-of-the-box rifles are very accurate and attractive, few offer the enjoyment and none that feeling of accomplishment derived from completing that one special gun, perfectly suited for the intended task no...
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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...
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Gearing Up for Mountain Extremes By Mike Duplan, Hunting Editor Originally published in WESTERN HUNTER MAGAZINE It’s An Exciting Time To Be A Mountain Hunter The air was thin and the mountainside we were ascending offered no hints of a summit. Climbing up this nameless peak was a labor to...
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Things You Can Learn From A Rock By Darrell Holland We’ve all heard the statement; “Dumber than a Rock”! Yeah, what can one learn from a rock, it’s a solid mass of particulate that is verbally unresponsive to any question presented. Downloading intel from a rock is not complex. I use a 12...
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6.5 PRC - Review By John Johnston In October of 2017 Hornady announced the birth of a new cartridge, the 6.5 PRC. PRC stands for Precision Rifle Cartridge. Hornady had this cartridge in mind for many years. Due to the ammo shortage in 2012 and 2013 plus their work on the new ELD line of...
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Sig Sauer Whiskey5, 3-15x44 Riflescope Review Sig Sauer recently released its updated Whiskey 5 hunting riflescope line. Since viewing the original configuration about a year ago I was pretty keen to see what updates Sig had come up with and if they would incorporate some of their popular...
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The 6.5 Sherman, and other 6.5’s I have known By Gene Solyntjes 3,329 fps! I looked down at the chronograph in surprise. After shooting rifles chambered in 6.5 millimeter since 1968, this number seemed surprising to me. What it meant was a 143 grain ELDX Hornady bullet had achieved this...
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Free Floating Barrels: Panacea or Pain-In-The Neck? By Don Bitz - Owner - Stocky's Stocks We get a lot of calls before and after the point of sale debating the relative merits and pitfalls of a stock that does not touch the barrel. The term "free floating barrel" seems to have become synonymous...
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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...
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A Case For Competition By Les Voth Many sports benefit from cross training. Shooting, whatever the discipline, is no different. If you want to shoot IPSC, learning to pull the trigger without wrecking your sight picture is a useful skill. Jerry Miculek writes of how he practiced dry-firing...
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