I’ve yet to find a good definition of what long range shooting is. As such, I’ve decided to share my opinion on what it is and at what distance long range begins.
A few days ago, I wrote a post explaining why I don’t care for BDC style reticles. Figured I’d take the opposite approach and attempt to explain why I like Christmas tree reticles so much.
I’ve found bullet drop compensation, or BDC, reticles to be a really neat concept. Paired with the right rifle and ammo combination they really shine at letting the shooter engage multiple targets quickly. Even so, I still don’t like them.
If you could only have one rifle to fulfill all my needs, what would it be? At first I thought my answer would be an AR-10, turns out it’s an AR-15.
With so many great options for a “next gun”, I’ve found that a prioritized short list is a good way to help minimize those pesky impulse purchases while at a gun show or while perusing a gun store. What’s “next” on your list?
Want to level up proficiency with firearms? Then get some training to inform how you practice. Rinse and repeat.
I was saddened to hear about the church shooting in White Settlement, TX on December 29, 2019. It was a tragic event where a man with a long criminal history used a shotgun concealed under a hooded jacket to fatally kill two church parishioners before being stopped by […]
.308 Winchester or 6.5 Creedmoor? There is a difference, but it’s not as big as those engaging in heated debates over it would like you to believe.
The Victorinox Tinker is a great inexpensive option for a first pocket knife. Small enough to not be bulky, but big enough to provide plenty of utility.
10mm Auto or .45 ACP – which would you pick?