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  • Tuning Balance-Beam Scales For Precision and Repeatability

    While many folks enjoy the convenience of an electronic powder scale/dispenser such as the RCBS Chargemaster, some hand-loaders still prefer to use a traditional balance beam. Balance beam scales are simple, compact, and don’t suffer from electronic “glitches”. Moreover, even if you use a digital... Read more

  • Aim Small and Win Big with Cabela’s Shooting Park Contest

    Cabela’s, the large sporting goods enterprise, is sponsoring a six-month sweepstakes with some serious prizes. To enter, you shoot a target, take a photo of the target, and upload the photo with your entry info. For the next six months, February through July, there will... Read more

  • Wobbly Rings = WTF Accuracy

    Here’s a tale that should make you chuckle. This is the kind of boo-boo any shooter can make (but hopefully only once). Our friend Vu Pham from Sacramento was out testing his .260 Rem tactical rifle. Now Vu, an ace NorCal Tactical marksman, is a... Read more

  • Barrel-Making: How Ruger Crafts Hammer-Forged Barrels

    This image shows a barrel in the process of hammer forging. Watch this operation starting at 1:15 in the video linked below. You have probably heard the term “hammer-forged barrel”. But do you know how the cold hammer-forging process works? In this interesting video from... Read more

  • Maryland Gun Law Ruling — ‘Strict Scrutiny’ Should Apply

    Appeals Court Remands Decision for ‘Strict Scrutiny’ of Second Amendment Issue. Earlier this week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit overturned a Federal District Court decision finding the 2013 State of Maryland Firearm Safety Act (FSA) to be constitutional under “intermediate scrutiny”... Read more

  • Dry-Firing Protective Devices for AR Shooters

    Dry-firing practice can benefit all competitors, particularly sling-shooters. However, for AR15 Service Rifle shooters and High Power competitors using AR-based “spaceguns”, dry-firing is complicated by the charging handle location — pulling back on the handle requires that you move your head placement on the rifle.... Read more

  • New Mid-Range Prone Discipline for AR Shooters

    Here’s an AR configuration suited to the new AR Mid-Range Prone Discipline: Moderate-length barrel, Harris Bipod, Leupold Mark AR MOD 1 4-12x40mm scope. Photobucket image by Ingo1978. The NRA has created a new mid-range, target-shooting discipline for AR owners. The provisional rules for the new... Read more

  • FREE Printable Super-Sized Playing Card Targets

    The NRA Blog has published a nice set of super-sized playing card targets. These boast a variety of aiming points (large and small) so they work well for rifles as well as pistols. On the Queen of Diamonds, aim for the large bull-style designs in... Read more