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Field Applicable Shooting Positions by James Eagleman, Gunwerks Director of Shooting Instruction

When that once in a lifetime dream hunt finally comes, you might only get one shot to make your dream come true. There are many factors that can make you miss or make the perfect

Beyond the Glass

You can’t easily see the difference between a $500 riflescope and a $2500 model. But ultimately, you’ll see the difference. At most of the annual hunting and shooting shows attended by high-end manufacturers exhibiting their

Qualifying A Long Range Rifle, By Aaron Davidson, CEO of Gunwerks

Before we start shooting long range, it’s important that we do our research and select the proper platform on which to build our shooting system. There are many different rifles built for many different purposes.

Caught in the Crosshairs – Part 2, By Tom Bulloch

“Sorting through the styles, the choices and the marketing hype to choose an effective hunting reticle.” Last month we looked at the development of the modern riflescope reticle, focal planes, MOA vs. Mil-Radians, and the

Caught in the Crosshairs – Part 1, By Tom Bulloch

Hunting was a lot simpler 30 or 40 years ago. Riflescopes came only in a few basic flavors, and about all we had to worry about was the scope’s magnification range and if it was

Light Transmission, by Tom Bulloch

One of the least understood, most abused topics in riflescopes is “light transmission.” The truth is quite, well… enlightening. But let’s start with a short story from a number of years ago… It was a