Placing your shot properly is a huge step toward bagging a trophy buck or ethically taking home a doe. This guide demonstrates some great examples of where to shoot deer to make sure you’re doing more than wasting ammo this season.
What makes a carbine, a carbine? Also, is it different from a rifle? How so? In this article, let’s go deep on carbines.
The start of any successful hunt comes well before you grab your firearm and hit the woods or field. Let’s explore what goes into scouting for deer to give you a great shot at the buck you dreamed about all summer.
Twist rate plays a big role in shooting. In this article, we explore what it is and how to make sure you’re getting the most from it for accurate shots down range.
Is match grade ammo worth the extra expense? Let’s test some rounds with rifles and see what we can come up with!
Two worthy carbines – the AR-10 vs AR-15 – are among the most popular rifles in the United States. In this guide, we compare the two modern sporting rifles and help you decide which best fits your needs as a shooter.
A guide for new shooters, this article answers one of the first questions we all have to answer – what is caliber and what does it mean?
As gun people, we often become obsessed with ballistic data, particularly with energy and velocity. It’s easy to understand why we get so deep into the numbers. Muzzle velocity and energy are often stamped right on ammo packaging. Muzzle energy is a prime comparative figure and could be the reason you pick one load over another. In this guide, we’ll examine why muzzle velocity is important and how you can use it to be a more effective hunter and more prepared self-defense shooter.