Brace yourself. Here comes yet another 6.5mm rifle cartridge. The 6.5 PRC. Many are saying this is what the 6.5 Creedmoor should have been in the first place! Or maybe not. 6.5 PRC muzzle velocity (2,900 fps) exceeds 6.5 Creedmoor muzzle velocity by about 200 fps and … [Read more...] about 6.5 PRC Hottest New Rifle Cartridge
Why Tia Chose a D'Arcy Echols 416 Remington As an Alaska Registered Hunting guide, I used to carry a backup rifle in 375 Ruger. I now carry a D'Arcy Echols 416 Remington. More punch than 375 H&H or Ruger, but still tolerable recoil Perfectly balanced for easy carry … [Read more...] about Tia’s D’Arcy Echols Custom 416 Remington
Forget ties, slippers, and cologne. The manly Father's Day gifts in your immediate future should befit the rugged outdoorsman who is your Dad. Men like tools and gear they can use Outdoor gear seems endless -- because it is. But much of it is superfluous Our … [Read more...] about Twelve Manly Father’s Day Gifts
If you’re angling to fix your uphill downhill shooting dilemma, keep reading. We have a simple solution. Bullet trajectories change with the angle of the shot. Downhill shots strike higher. Uphill shots strike higher too! Uphill Downhill Shooting Phenomena … [Read more...] about Uphill Downhill Shooting Dilemma Solved!
Set up the right small-caliber, twin practice rifle to match your big game rifle and you can perfectly match its trajectory. With your twin practice rifle you can train at half the cost and half the recoil. The keys are to match muzzle velocities (MV) and ballistic … [Read more...] about Twin Practice Rifle Saves Money
“What would such a small gal want with such a big gun?” “That thing is gonna knock you over.” “Can you even hold onto that rifle?” “That gun is going to rock you!” These are the reactions I hear with each increasing rifle caliber I choose. Not one of these doubtful … [Read more...] about Wrong Bear and Bullet Inspire New Rifle
Air temperature changes bullet trajectory by increasing or decreasing atmospheric density. This seems counter intuitive to some folks, but cold air makes a given load strike lower. Hot air makes the same load strike higher. Shooters can count on this: Expect to shoot … [Read more...] about How Air Temperature Changes Bullet Trajectory
High velocity cartridges pushing small caliber bullets can be barrel burners. But that doesn’t mean you can’t shoot them and extend barrel life while reaping long-range performance advantages. Don’t fire long strings through hot barrels. If a barrel is too hot to hold … [Read more...] about Top 10 Tricks Extend Barrel Life