Get Out and Shoot!
Promoting safe, community based shooting sports.
The point of all this is to get out and have some fun at the range. Find out about upcoming events, and get yourself out from in front of the computer and along to something soon!
Monthly interviews with industry figureheads, panel discussions about the latest and greastest, a couple of guys sitting around, having a few bevvies and chewing the fat. Subscribe, listen in, enjoy!
Regina Milkovich – reigning top female in tactical precision rifle shooting.
Rich from Short Action Precision joined me for a chat about the company, the Precision Rifle Series and more.
The 6.5 Guys are Steve and Ed, two guys who decided to start documenting their progress in long-range practical precision shooting.
Robin Sharpless is the Vice-President of Redding and an absolute wealth of information.
The Ruger 10/22 – like Lego, but for men!
While MOA is inherently has finer adjustments what MilRAD it makes sense to stick with what system you are already familiar with.
Measuring groups gives us empirical data representing the ability of our rifle and ourselves to shoot. The amount each of those factors influences our shooting. Obviously, shooting off-hand unsupported is going to result in more shooter influence than shooting a captive rifle off a bench will. So it’s important whenever someone gives us a ‘measure’ that it’s also framed by how it was shot and under what conditions. Otherwise it’s like comparing apples and oranges.
Huge thanks to Tuatara NZ for supplying us with one of their awesome new ATVs to use on the weekend. The Tuatara made light work of all the terrain on the farm, making setting out the stages and targets a breeze. Hit us up for further info and pricing if your interested in making one of these bad boys your own
At some point, you have probably heard the term Ballistic Coefficient. People on ranges love to compare and argue about what bullet has a better BC. But what does it actually mean?
You probably already understand that the bullet comes out of your barrel spinning. Twist Rates and how they affect how the bullet flies.