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  • If You’re Not Using Wind Flags You’re Throwing Away Accuracy

    Forest of Windflags at World Benchrest Championships in France in 2011 There’s a simple, inexpensive “miracle device” that can cut your groups in half. If you’re not using this device, you’re giving away accuracy. The “miracle device” to which we refer is a simple wind... Read more

  • NSSF Expands Suicide Prevention Programs

    With suicide accounting for nearly two-thirds of all firearm fatalities annually, the topic of suicide prevention deserves our attention. In recent years NSSF has worked with the Veterans Administration, the State of Utah, and mental health agencies to help educate gun owners and the public... Read more

  • FREE Printable Hunting Practice Targets

    Summer is almost over. That’s means hunting season is coming soon. To help you prepare for your fall hunts, NRABlog.com has created a set of color practice hunting targets. You can hone your skills on a trio of bucks, three gobblers, or three wild hogs.... Read more

  • Sierra Test Reveals How Velocity Varies with Ammo Temperature

    In this .308 Win test, 70° F ammo shot 96 FPS slower than ammo heated to 130.5° F. And the 130.5° ammo was 145 fps faster than ammo right out of the freezer (at 25.5° F). That’s a huge difference… EDITOR’s NOTE: The Sierra tester... Read more

  • Remington History Featured on American Rifleman TV

    This week, American Rifleman TV looks at the history and heritage of Remington, which celebrates its 200th Anniversary this year. Founded in 1816, Remington is the oldest continuously-operating gun manufacturer in the United States, and it still sells more sporting rifles and shotguns than any... Read more

  • Going Long in Norway — .338 Lapua Magnum Hits at 2165 Meters

    Long Range Success with Lapua Scenars With the interest in ultra-long-range shooting in the USA, we thought you might like to see how they shoot out past 2000 meters in Scandinavia. Recently, a new Norwegian long range record was shot in Sokndal in Norway, at... Read more

  • Reloading Tip: Bullet Bearing Surface and Pressure

    Photo 1: Three Near-Equal-Weight 7mm Bullets with Different Shapes TECH TIP: Bullets of the same weight (and caliber) can generate very different pressure levels due to variances in Bearing Surface Length (BSL). Bullet 1 (L-R), the RN/FB, has a very slight taper and only reaches... Read more

  • Web Seminar Covers New California Gun Laws

    Earlier this summer, California Governor Jerry Brown signed six restrictive new gun laws. Less than 24 hours after they arrived on his desk, Brown signed six anti-gun bills railroaded through the Democratic-controlled California Legislature. This legislation imposes many new burdens on California gun-owners and criminalizes... Read more