Category Archives: Rifleman

Pressure Spike!

When A Cartridge Goes Off, You Only Want Gas going In The Assigned Direction. By Dave Anderson Shooters like to

Middleweight Magic!

These 6.5’s Punch Over Their Weight Class By Dave Anderson The success of the 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge is an interesting

Improve Your View

Dedicated Shooting Glasses And Clean Glass Help Make The Shot By Dave Anderson Let’s start with the most important set

Power Down!

Shooting Pistol Ammo In Your Rifle Is An “Old But Good” Idea By Dave Anderson More than a half-century ago

F-Class

This Long-Range Rifle Game Requires Specialized Gear And Gizmos By Dave Anderson Recent years have seen a remarkable growth in

Slay It With Iron

It’s The Old-Fashioned Way By Dave Anderson How many rifle shooters are capable of shooting accurately with iron sights? Does

A Weighty Issue

The Ideal Real-World Poundage For An All-Day, Fully-Dressed Hunting Rifle Keeps On Shrinking. By Dave Anderson A nicely balanced hunting

Red Stag Down Under

New Zealand Offers Unrivaled Scenery And Big-Game Adventure. By Dave Anderson In the movie The Ghost and the Darkness a

Small Caliber, Long Reach

The Ruger Precision Rifle In .243 Win Offers The Long-Range Rifleman Several Benefits Over The Rifle’s Other Bigger-Caliber Chamberings. By

British Heritage

The Modern Version Of The Jungle Carbine Is Embodied In Today’s Scout Rifle By Dave Anderson World War II brought