So, have you ever wondered why long range shooters like to shoot at steel so much? Yes there is something enticing about seeing your target react to your bullet, but there is a greater underlining reason. With steel, you have a way of telling that you have in fact hit the target. Now I know […]
Everyone that has used ballistic software in the past knows the steps that need to be taken in making that first round hit. You get your range finder out your Kestrel your PDA probably your note book so you can make that shot right the first time. Then one day someone puts it all together […]
As expected, the release of the new 300 grain .338 Hybrid bullets has made quite a splash. The purpose of this bulletin is to share some facts that have been learned about this bullet since its release. There are two major facts that I’ll elaborate on. 1) The BC of the bullet is being revised, […]
I have been waiting a long time for Berger to release this bullet and it is now possible to purchase. I am not spending a lot of time on this post but I wanted to get it out there for everyone to see.
This is a video that I came across of a Interview of Carlos Hathcock. He was a sniper in the Vietnam War and later help setup the sniper schools that we use today. He has won numerous competitions including the Wimbledon cup and held the longest recorded kill in 1967 of 2,286 meters (2,500 yards, […]
When the Philippine needed a sniper rifle to confront their local Al-Qaeda affiliates, they bypassed the expensive European arms and selected a bolt gun familiar to any American deer hunter. The modern Savage bolt-action series, always among the most reasonably priced of this type, has most recently become highly regarded among long-range high power competitors […]
A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by Dan Weaver of B.O.S.S. Accuracy in which we had a discussion about scopes and there calibration. He mentioned that he had made some targets that would give you some very valuable information about your scope vs what the manufacturer tells you about it. So he was […]
MISSOULA, Mont.â€”Science-based field research, funded in part by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, is yielding solid data on why gray wolves in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming should be managed by state wildlife agencies. Wolves have been on and off endangered species lists in recent months. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has repeatedly announced at […]