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How To Reset Your Rifle To Zero

Craig Boddington - September 07, 2018

Tips on sighting in your rifle from a man who has hunted around the world.

The Art of Choosing a New Rifle

RifleShooter Online Staff - August 20, 2018

It's such a wonderful experience; picking out a new rifle can be as exciting as Christmas morning to an eight-year-old.

Simple Steps to Setting Up a Scope

Wayne van Zwoll - December 01, 2016

I'm surprised how many shooters buy riflescopes without knowing how to use them. At a seminar not

Don't Flinch! 8 Ways to Save Yourself from Rifle Recoil

Brad Fitzpatrick - June 18, 2016

Recoil is a nasty byproduct of shooting rifles, but ignoring recoil can cause major problems that

To-Do List for the Rifleman During the Offseason

Craig Boddington - March 10, 2015

During those months without an open season, use that time to do some prep work with this to-do list

How to Clean Your Muzzleloader

Keith Wood - January 12, 2015

There was a time in my life when every range session or hunt was followed by time at the bench,

How to Build the Ultimate Shooting Range Bench

Keith Wood - September 24, 2014

A recent move put me a short drive from the family farm and the subsequent ability to create

How to Obtain a C&R License

Chris Hendrix - April 04, 2014

Starting a collection of Curios & Relics (C&R) firearms is a rewarding hobby

How to Break in a Rifle Barrel

G&A Staff - September 27, 2013

How many rounds, what type of cleaning procedures and intervals to follow between rounds and groups

5 Steps to a Rifle Revamp

Brad Fitzpatrick - June 05, 2012

Want to turn your old deer gun into a tackdriver? Consider these five steps that are guaranteed to

Spit Shine: 4 Steps To A Clean Rifle

Brad Fitzpatrick - May 29, 2012

Aftermarket barrels, good triggers, premium ammo and top-shelf optics will all help your rifle

VIDEO: Can You Spot The Sniper?

RifleShooter Online Staff - February 28, 2012

A key component to being an effective sniper is stealth; being able to move in and out of hide

Spitting Distance: Tactics For Close-Range Shooting

Craig Boddington - February 28, 2012

The stand was set against a stout oak a few hundred yards up a brushy ridge. It was a good spot

Tubb's Tips: Serious Dry Firing

February 18, 2011

Everyone dry-fires, or at least knows they should, but how sincerely do you treat this

Shooting Strengths, Overcoming Weaknesses

December 21, 2010

I think everyone is aware of the importance of working to improve weak areas during

Benchrest Groups from the Field

John Antanies - September 23, 2010

Here's how to position yourself for success on those tricky long shots. By John

Midrange Misses

Craig Boddington - September 23, 2010

It's the "medium distances" that get to me. By Craig Boddington Given a choice, I'm

Determining Wind Values And Making Your Shots

Maj. John Plaster - September 23, 2010

By Maj. John Plaster In order to interpret and apply wind compensation correctly,

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