A link from AZRIFLEMAN which does a great job of outlining a basic shooting technique. It’s always great to review other approaches in your study so head on over for…read more →
A Rifleman should have a working knowledge of bullet drop and range estimation, regardless of his weapon or his lack of a bullet compensating drop reticule. The ability to roughly…read more →
We like to think of the AR15 as an ergonomic weapon. It is… but those ergonomic advantages are lost on many shooters, especially new shooters, after they set up their…read more →
Why you shouldn’t sweat over 1 MOA. Click here to head over to LooseRounds
Here and today I have decided to pursue an elusive dream of mine. I have always thought of myself as a good shot… but I have never had an opportunity to apply any skills I might have into a setting that truly tests my abilities. I have recently become a member of a gun club with a 600 yard rifle range. I need a rifle.
I want a practical rifle.
I want something with a chrome lined barrel, iron sights, a long sight radius, and a pedigree for reliability and accuracy.
I will be commencing to build a new rifle soon.