AccuracyBallisticsFundamentals of MarksmanshipLong Range ShootingPrecision RIfles

Eliminate the Cumulative Errors of Precision Rifle Shooting

If one is “outcome-oriented”, an impact on a piece of steel smaller than the actual torso of a man is a wonderful feeling, especially when followed up by a rapid second impact. It was Predictable because we took an empty space at a firing line, occupied it with our shooting gear, loaded a rifle, dialed elevation on a turret and hit with a cold-bore shot. It was Repeatable because we replicated that impact. But to a great degree, we are not outcome-oriented, we are “process-oriented”, and constantly striving to improve our processes and, if not consciously, subconsciously we are eliminating errors, one-by-one, and grow as shooters.
AccuracyBallisticsFundamentals of MarksmanshipLong Range ShootingPrecision RIfles

Eliminate the Cumulative Errors of Precision Rifle Shooting

If one is “outcome-oriented”, an impact on a piece of steel smaller than the actual torso of a man is a wonderful feeling, especially when followed up by a rapid second impact. It was Predictable because we took an empty space at a firing line, occupied it with our shooting gear, loaded a rifle, dialed elevation on a turret and hit with a cold-bore shot. It was Repeatable because we replicated that impact. But to a great degree, we are not outcome-oriented, we are “process-oriented”, and constantly striving to improve our processes and, if not consciously, subconsciously we are eliminating errors, one-by-one, and grow as shooters.
Long Range ShootingReviewsScope

BigJimFish’s Review of the Midas TAC 5-25x56mm Scope

Athlon Midas TAC 5-25x56mm on Kelbly Atlas Tactical with it’s Favorite Lapua Ammo Table of Contents:– Background– Unboxing and Physical Description– Reticle– Comparative Optical Evaluation– Mechanical Testing and Turret Discussion:– Summary and Conclusion– Testing Methodology Background: This Midas Tac 5-25×56 is the third scope I have reviewed from the relatively new Athlon optics company. Started …
AccuracySniper

Get Civilized People, Suppressors Rock the Cat Box

Suppressors are a tool, and like any tool, they should be used in the proper context. They are broken down into niche applications, from precision rifles to sub-guns with high rates of fire used in close quarters. In other words, you don't want to mix applications if you can help it. That does not mean you cannot crossover a suppressor from one system to another. The results may vary, the basic principle of sound suppression not as much.

Featured Opinions

Frank is a legend in the sport. Nuggets of knowledge just flow out in these podcast. I teach people to shoot long range for a living, and I spend many a morning listening to Frank and his guests.

Richard Cranium

Love what your doing with length of pull. I run all my guns short and I’m 6’2”. Couldn’t agree more about “avoiding the hunt.”

Peter Thompson