When accuracy counts with a rifle, using something to brace off of is critical.
Even older firearms technology is impressively accurate. Now imagine doing that without a spotter on targets that don’t want to be seen.
Have you ever been told… “No one needs that many guns”
Gun control is dead.
Run and guns are very unique competition formats, and they require unique gear setups.
A lightweight AR-15 makes quite the improvement on the overall handling of the firearm, as well as reducing fatigue when carrying the rifle for an extended period of time.
A slight cant in a rifle can turn an easy shot into a miss.
Ever wondered how much faster rifle rounds are than handgun rounds? Now you can see it with your own eyes.
The .577 Tyrannosaur is a cartridge designed for big game in Africa. The .577 Tyrannosaur contains a .585-inch (14.9 mm) diameter 750-grain (49 g) Monolithic Solid Projectile which when fired moves at 2,460 ft/s (750 m/s) producing 10,180 foot-pounds force (13,800 J) of muzzle energy. Those factors mean the .577 Tyrannosaur provides a lot of […]
Michael Seeklander is a fantastic competitive shooter and firearms instructor who runs Shooting Performance. His YouTube channel focuses on training tips to make you a better shooter with a rifle and pistol. His tips are useful for anyone interested in becoming better with their firearm. Michael Seeklander’s playlist, Daily Shooting Tips! Short, Sweet, Effective!, is […]
With the influx of new shooters into the firearms world, here are some suggestions on recommended first firearms.
Larry Vickers puts a full auto rifle on the clock and compares it to a semi auto rifle to see how practical full auto fire really is.
It doesn’t matter if it is a budget AR-15 or a high-end AR-15, we’re all looking for the best bang for our buck. So what AR-15 parts should be upgraded before others?
The .950 JDJ weighs about half a pound and has a muzzle energy the equivalent of a Toyota Corolla traveling 20mph.
What rifle sighting systems are most popular amongst semi auto rifles shooting intermediate calibers?
Don’t be just a benchrest shooter. Learn from the US Army how to shoot from practical shooting positions.
Interested in getting a Short Barreled Rifle? Don’t know how? Don’t like how daunting the task is? Here’s how to (legally) get a SBR.
Shooting off of a benchrest is great for sighting in your rifle or teaching new shooters. But out in the field, be it hunting, shooting competition, or even combat – there isn’t a nice firing line with a comfortable and stable shooting bench. These type of shooting conditions is often called shooting from an “improvised position” and it is a very important skill for practical rifle shooting.
Despite its popularity, the M1A/M14 is a more complicated rifle than an AR-15 or AK-47, so it requires more maintenance and upkeep. If you own one of these classic rifles, be sure to keep up with its maintenance and cleaning.
It is a very obvious statement to say that your rifle’s sights are above your rifle barrel, usually about an inch and a half or so, be it iron sights, red dot, or variable optic. However, it is still common to forget that when shooting over a barrier, like on a vehicle. This can result in bullets going through the barricade and not hitting the target.