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7 Competition Shooting Tips for the New Shooter

U.S. Navy veteran Daniel Bertocchini gives new shooters seven Precision Rifle Series (PRS) /

Alfredo Rico

The Trouble with Turrets

Author Craig Boddington shares two real-world examples of when inadvertent turret movement

Craig Boddington

Common Rifle Accuracy Myths for Long-Range Shooting

It's not witchcraft. Long-range precision is fun to master. Here are a few myths and tips to

Alfredo Rico

How to Anneal Brass with the Annealing Made Perfect MKII

Annealing your brass has many useful advantages, and now it's even easier with a unique

Jim Kauber

True Velocity Polymer Cased Ammunition

Move over brass; polymer-cased ammo is the cartridge of the future.

Keith Wood

Best 6.5mm Cartridges for Big Game

There are a lot of great 6.5mm bullets used around the world. Here are the best options for

Craig Boddington

Shooting Tips

The Trouble with Turrets

Author Craig Boddington shares two real-world examples of when inadvertent turret movement

Craig Boddington

10 Tips for Taking Your Best Rifle Shot from a Tripod

If you've tried rifle shooting from a tripod and didn't like it, try applying these 10

Mark Fingar

Common Rifle Accuracy Myths for Long-Range Shooting

It's not witchcraft. Long-range precision is fun to master. Here are a few myths and tips to

Alfredo Rico

MantisX BlackBeardX AR-15 Auto-Reset Trigger Training System: Review

The best shooters know that training starts with dry-fire practice. The new BlackbeardX

Ben LaLonde

How To Shoot Downhill and Uphill: Bullet Trajectory

Making precise hits when shooting downhill and uphill has morphed from dark wizardry to

Joseph von Benedikt

How Do Copper vs. Lead Bullets Affect Your Hunt?

Copper-alloy versus lead-core bullets have been a big question when it comes to hunting for

Craig Boddington


Do-It-Yourself Upgrades for Bolt Guns

Soup up your rifle with self-made modifications.

Joseph von Benedikt

How To Measure Your Rifle's Headspace

Here's how to use go and no-go gauges to check your rifle's chamber dimensions.

Patrick Sweeney

What Makes Premium Gun Metal? Breaking Down Gun Metal Basics

There are many different metals used to manufacture guns. Here is why they are important and

Patrick Sweeney

What Makes an Accurate Barrel?

Rifle accuracy depends first and foremost on the barrel.

Craig Boddington

How To Install Sling-Swivel Studs Into Your Rifle Stock

A rifle without a sling is like a pistol without a holster. Here is how to install

Patrick Sweeney

Upgrade Your Rifle With These Simple Stock Improvements

Rebedding, inletting, checkering your rifle stock are all made easier with updated tools,

John Barsness


10 Tips To Ensure Your Handloads Chamber and Fire Every Time

Are your handloads going to chamber and firing every time? They will if you follow these 10

Joseph von Benedikt

Hornady Precision Lab Scale for Reloading Perfectionists

The new Hornady Precision Lab Scale answers the needs of the perfectionist hand-loader.

Joseph von Benedikt

A Case for Weight-Sorting Your Cartridge Brass

Segregating your cartridge brass can pay off with smaller groups.

Joseph von Benedikt

RCBS Expands Die Sets Offering to Include Popular New Rifle Calibers

The latest new dies from RCBS will make owners of rifles chambered in the popular calibers

RifleShooter Staff

Handloading the 7mm Precision Rifle Cartridge (PRC)

Tips to get the best results from Hornady's new extreme-range 7mm PRC (Precision Rifle

Joseph von Benedikt

Bullet Performance Limits in Expansion and Velocity

Curious about bullet expansion and velocity? Here are the facts, straight from a ballistic

Dave Emary


Cartridge Cautions: Firing Cartridges Based on the Same Case

For safety's sake, factory ammunition cartridges have only one set of specifications. But

J. Scott Rupp

Camp Rifles: A Box of Chocolates

Decreasing baggage allowances and increasing charges and hassles, means more hunters choose to

Craig Boddington

Getting Into Tip-Top Rimfire Shape

NRL22 and similar games can be tough on the body—especially as we age. Here's how to combat

Corey Howard

How to Zero Your Rifle the Easy Way

Craig Boddington gives new rifle shooters a basic primer on how and why you must zero your

Craig Boddington

So You're Ready to Collect Rifles

Sage advice on collecting rifles—what to watch out for and how to decide what you really want.

Jeff John

Learning Long-Range Shooting with Leupold and Browning

Richard Nance steps out of his comfort zone and attends the Leupold Optics Academy in Madres,

Richard Nance


Savage Model 1920: The First Lightweight Mountain Rifle

Considered very lightweight for the day, the Savage model 1920 found great success with

Layne Simpson

The Classic .270 Winchester for Modern Use

Long known as “Jack O'Conner's Cartridge,” the .270 Winchester is nearly 100 years old, but

Craig Boddington

Winchester's Classic Model 94 Lever-Action Rifle: It's History

Take a look at the famous Winchester Model 94 and how it holds up today.

Payton Miller

Classic Winchester Model 54 Bolt-Action Rifle: Historical Review

The Winchester Model 54 was the company's first successful bolt-action rifle and laid the

Layne Simpson

History Of Britain's L42A1 Sniper Rifle: Full Review

World War II's best sniper rifle stepped up for the Falklands War. Here is everything to know

Jeff John

The Rifle That Would Be King: Remington Model 600 Review

Built to compete with the Winchester Model 94, the Remington Model 600 was a cool,

Layne Simpson

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