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Air Rifle Practice

I went to air rifle practice for the first time in quite some time. I updated my Air Rifle Scores page to reflect this change. 51 more words


On Weapons, Tools, and Mindset

I attended a couple lectures and seminars last week relating to my day job. There wasn’t particularly anything notable about them, especially given the audience for this blog. 519 more words


When to Zero Your Optic

My last post emphasized the importance of a predictable zero to hit probability at a variety of ranges. It was only slightly less important to the task than raw marksmanship skill and wind calls. 696 more words


Relative Importance of Capability

I recently came across a Facebook post by The Ballistic Edge, a company that specializes in precision rifle training. The post simply had a diagram of various sized circles set into three sets of shooting distances, and the relative importance of various elements of shooting when it came to hitting target at those distances. 266 more words


Capital Guardians put marksmanship skills to the test

Story by Gigail Cureton
DC Public Affairs Detachment

FORT A.P. HILL, Va. – District of Columbia National Guard Soldiers spent three days testing their marksmanship skills here Feb. 514 more words

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Katarine the Markswoman

Marksman hunters have changed in Legion in as much as they don’t have a pet anymore, taking away one of the core mechanics that have marked hunters since Closed Beta in Vanilla. 923 more words

World Of Warcraft

Failing in the neighborhood of "way out there"

“In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count.  It’s the life in your years.” ~ Abraham Lincoln

Well said, by an epic man who lived only 56 years, yet is immortalized both in history and on Mount Rushmore.  139 more words