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Single-Shot Versus Bolt-Action Rifles

by RifleShooter Video Team 14

http://brightcove=1343631851 Craig Boddington and Wayne Van Zwoll conduct a range challenge to find out the speed difference in shooting 3… more »


VIDEO: Can You Spot The Sniper?

by RifleShooter Online Staff 4

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


Spitting Distance: Tactics For Close-Range Shooting

by Craig Boddington 3

When game is close, good shots are often the result of speed and precision.

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Book Review: Finn Aagaard on Guns and Hunting

by J. Scott Rupp 0

When talk turns to the great gun writers of all time, the discussion usually turns around two figures: Elmer Keith… more »

Long Range AR Shooting

Tips For Long Range AR Shooting

by J. Guthrie 10

Once you get a grasp of the basics of long range AR rifle shooting, it’s pretty simple to learn the… more »

Thoughts On Testing: Why Not 200 Yards?

by J. Scott Rupp 16

A few readers have questioned why Rifle Shooter magazine doesn’t use 200 yards as our standard distance for accuracy tests…. more »

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Long Range Shooting

by Craig Boddington 29

We all have our definitions of what constitutes “long range shooting,” and we all have our personal range limits as… more »

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Review: The Book of Rifle Accuracy

by J. Scott Rupp 1

When you open a book on rifle accuracy and are greeted with a quote from the author, “The wind is… more »

Focus your binocular for a sharp image up close, even in open country. You have more focus time for long looks.

Easy How-To–Focusing A Binocular

by Wayne van Zwoll 5

To get the most from your hunting glass, make sure it’s adjusted for your eyes! by Wayne van Zwoll All… more »

A .22-250, fired prone from 500 yards, yielded these five consecutive hits. Wayne watched the mirage and shaded into it, pausing during boils.

Mirage: It Makes Air Visible–and Targets Move!

by Wayne van Zwoll 1

On a warm, sunny day, you’ll see heat waves, or mirage, shimmying off the ground. Mirage is especially pronounced on… more »

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