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Shooting a Semi-Auto Precision Rifle Pt1

If you are not using Match ammunition, the same you would use in your bolt gun, you can’t expect bolt gun like results. So be conscious of what you feed your AR10 Type rifle.

The Realities of Shooting ELR Distances

The Realities of Shooting ELR Distances

The goal was to hit these targets and record as much information as possible so the shooter can go back and true their software as well as have a reference point for the next day. Record keeping stressed throughout the weekend.

Ashbury’s SPR-308 and SPR-308K1

Ashbury’s SPR-308 and SPR-308K1

Modular, Ergonomic and Compact, New SABER® Precision Rifles (APO) introduces the SABER® Precision Rifle (SPR) line based on its new SX bolt action receiver. The SABER SX is Ashbury’s first in a new line of octagonal precision manufactured bolt action receivers for calibers up to short magnum chamberings. The

Armageddon Gear,  American Made Video

Armageddon Gear, American Made Video

At Armageddon Gear we strive to bring our customers quality products that are made here in the USA!

Moving Targets Part Two

Moving Targets Part Two

The Rule of Thumb, from 100 to 500 yards is roughly .5 Mils per 1 MPH

SPARTANS: ELITE WARRIORS OF ANCIENT GREECE 2

SPARTANS: ELITE WARRIORS OF ANCIENT GREECE 2

"For the Spartans, it wasn't walls or magnificent public buildings that made a city; it was their own ideals. In essence, Sparta was a city of the head and the heart. And it existed in its purest form in the disciplined march of a hoplite phalanx on their way to war!" - Bettany Hughes, Writer/Historian

Recoil Management Lesson Part One

Recoil Management Lesson Part One

Recoil management is very mis-understood when it comes to a precision rifle. Sure most people will get the lingo down, like “driving the rifle” but they fail to connect the dots or understand the technique behind the phrasing.

The Prone Position with a Tactical Rifle

The Prone Position with a Tactical Rifle

Shooting a tactical rifle in the prone is different from the old slung up position many see posted online. The angled body and bent leg is not used with a rifle with a bipod. We want to eliminate angles and shoot with our spine parallel to the bore of the rifle, and our shoulders perpendicular - straight across.

Introduction to Reading the Wind

Introduction to Reading the Wind

The wind, on the range people describe the wind as the Great Equalizer. Next to your drop, drift from wind is the second most important consideration for the long range precision rifle shooter. Unlike drop, which is predictable, the wind is a constantly changing factor.

Interview with Bartlein Barrels

Interview with Bartlein Barrels

Rifle Cut Bartlein Barrels, Getting the inside scoop from one of the Premier Barrel Makers in the Country

Online Training Lesson - Sight Picture

Online Training Lesson - Sight Picture

The fundamentals of marksmanship are the building blocks to all good shooting. It's important to understand the fundamentals in order to successfully engage targets at distance.

Online Training Lesson - Fitting the Rifle

Online Training Lesson - Fitting the Rifle

It’s important before we begin talking about the fundamentals of marksmanship we take a few minutes to discuss setting up your rifle. This can be the difference between success or fatigue. The closer the rifle is tailored to your body, the more comfortable you will be behind it. The rifle doesn’t care if you are comfortable, it will do the same thing every time base on your actions behind it.