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7MM-08 BEATS 308 WIN! By Ron Spomer

We’d like to thank Ron Spomer of Ron Spomer Outdoors for allowing us to re-publish this piece that originally appeared on his website www.ronspomeroutdoors.com. Ron’s experience in this industry is bar none and their web

Well Crap, Now What? By Jeremy Winters

Have you ever been there? A fall, trip, slip, broken piece of equipment sends your rifle into the mud, dirt or rocks. It happened to me years back and I decided that I needed a

Lock and Reload Part 4 – Ultimate Ammo through Advanced Brass Prep, By Darin Cooper

Consistent precision is the foundation for accurately putting rounds on target. Basic reloading practices help you get there by custom tailoring your ammunition to your particular firearm. Over the past few installments, we’ve covered the

Lock and Reload Part 3 – Group Therapy – Load Testing & Evaluation A 12-Step Process, By Darin Cooper

Testing different ammunition in your firearm is one of the better ways to improve its capabilities. Even factory ammo from different manufacturers will produce varying degrees of accuracy. When you reload, you have a lot

Lock and Reload Part 2 – Load Development for Your Hunting Rifle, By Darin Cooper

One of the more daunting tasks for any reloader is figuring out which combination of bullet, powder, primer, and seating depth are needed to get the best accuracy and consistency out of their rifle. Thankfully,

Lock and Reload Part 1 – A Start-Up Guide to Reloading, By Darin Cooper

I’ll be the first to admit that getting started in reloading can seem daunting if you’ve never done it or been around it. Try not be discouraged if you haven’t got the full grasp on

Is 6.5 the New 7?

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank our friends at the Boone & Crockett Club for allowing us to re-publish this excellent piece from Wayne Van Zwoll originally found in the Winter 2016 edition of Fair

Ammunition For Long Range Shooting

Books, countless articles, video series and even classes have been devoted to the subject of long range shooting and the factory or hand loaded ammunition needed to achieve success. Many shooters can’t agree on what

How far is too far? Part 3 By Tom Bulloch of Nightforce Optics

We arrive at the answer. And more questions… In the first two installments of “How far is too far,” we’ve taken a rambling, roundabout journey in an attempt to answer the question posed by my

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Long Range Ballistics By Aaron Davidson, CEO Gunwerks

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank Gunwerks for allowing us to re-publish this article. If you’re interested in long range ballistics, shooting and science the Gunwerks site is an invaluable resource. Find more articles like