Even older firearms technology is impressively accurate. Now imagine doing that without a spotter on targets that don’t want to be seen.
A slight cant in a rifle can turn an easy shot into a miss.
Proper shooting technique involves many different factors that all build on each other. Having good trigger control doesn’t make a difference if you have an improper grip. This is why it’s important in our training to focus on each link in the chain individually to ensure there are no weak links when all of these different skills are put together.
The farthest I’ve shot a .22lr is 100 yards. While I have gotten <2" groups at 100 yards, that does not compare in the slightest to taking shots at 720 yards with a .22lr, that is pushing that rimfire round way beyond its limits.
This 6 year old boy hit a milk jug at 1,000 yards. What’s the farthest shot you’ve taken?
Jeff Odor nails a 1 gallon milk jug at 1 MILE with his Masterpiece Arms MPA 65BA bolt action rifle chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor with a US Optics scope. 6.5 Creedmoor is commonly regarded as a 1,500 yard caliber, but its limits can be stretched beyond that to 1,750 yards (1 mile). Just like a […]
The Mosin–Nagant is a bolt action rifle developed in the 1880s by the Imperial Russian Army and was the primary firearm used by Russian Soldiers during World War II. This firearm holds quite the place in military history and is still in military service by some nations. About 37,000,000 Mosin Nagants were manufactured and can […]