The rifle scope is, in my opinion, the most critical component of a long range weapon system. In this post, I’ll break down what I consider the most important scope features to help guide the selection process.
Took a bit longer to get to the second installment in the long range shooting post series. Nevertheless, here is a look into developing a shooting solution and the tools that puts that process into easy mode.
A deeper look at the Vortex Optics AR-BDC3 reticle found on their Strike Eagle LPVOs. Short version: it’s a well designed and executed BDC reticle.
The Vortex Optics Strike Eagle 1-8x24mm riflescope is, in my opinion, arguably the best entry level value priced LPVO in the market. Because it’s an entry level optic, it leaves a lot to be desired. Nevertheless, it’s reliable and dependable quality glass that I can recommend.
Bad decisions make good stories. Or so they say. Well, I’ve got one of those to share. Here is what went down with a little hog encounter during a weekend of deer hunting.
It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I am looking at items used for emergency lighting and illumination.
The struggle to find and afford ammo continues in 2021. As such, I’m revisiting the question of “how much ammo is enough” and share how my ammo goals have evolved with the current market conditions.
Here is my brief after action report on the Stop the Bleed course I recently attended. I urge everyone to look for and attend a course like this to start developing some basic, but critically important, first aid skills.
We practice to get better, but many of us often overlook the importance of getting better at practicing. Here are some things that I do that have helped me become better at practicing which have improved the results from dry and live fire practice time.
A simple yet very effective dry practice drill that helps a shooter get familiar with a trigger and helps one to level up trigger control proficiency.