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Another Word from Moltke

I was re reading some passages from General Helmuth von Moltke, who I previously mentioned here and here. These two sections jumped out at me. 660 more words

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Understanding Trajectories and Zeroes in Relation to Barrel Length

Recently, on M4carbine.net, a user by the name of “thecolter” put up a very interesting post relating to various barrel lengths, ammo selection, and zero range. 653 more words

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Air Rifle Practice: 2/2/15

I have not been to air rifle practice in a long time, due to my schedule. I have also been sitting on the same targets for quite some time. 52 more words

Guns

Range Report

This report is a week late, sorry.

I hit the range last Sunday. The weather was very nice, a sunny 75 degrees with a 10 mph tail wind off of the ocean. 1,088 more words

Marksmanship

Learning to Love Chicken Wings

In nearly every AR-15 oriented message board, when someone posts a picture of themselves or someone else in a more traditional standing position (firing elbow raised, more erect posture), there are howls of “Get that elbow down!” or “You’re going to get your arm shot off!” 962 more words

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Gunsite Long Range Course

Copyright Guy J. Sagi

Richard Mann is being the trigger, running a Weatherby in .308 Win., topped with a Leupold. We were connecting out past 900 yards when we got good spots….OK, he was connecting a lot more often than I was, but it was still the most educational four days of my shooting life! 21 more words

AR-15 Buying Guide: Barrels

OK, The last post was geared towards the first time buyer who probably doesn’t have a lot of shooting experience with any rifle, and nearly none with with an AR-15. 5,341 more words

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