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Ron Spomer

How to Take and Make Odd Shooting Angle Shots


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The odd truth is that your bullets will strike higher than normal shooting downhill AND uphill. The up and down part makes no difference. Only the angle matters. The steeper the angle and the more distant the target, the higher your bullets will strike from their horizontal trajectory curve. I know. This sounds crazy. But […]

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Becky Yackley

A Behind the Scenes Look at a Shooting Match by Becky Yackley


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Come along on this video blog from Becky Yackley and see more.

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Nikki Boxler

Long Range Shooting – Part I


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 Many areas of our farm land where I live are comprised of agricultural fields and open meadows spanning several hundred yards. The opportunity to increase my shot range would be a huge advantage. So without hesitation, I gladly took her up on the offer! I arrived a few days early to get settled in and […]

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Live the Legend

Dealing With Elevation While Shooting


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  Long ago, the belief was that if you shot uphill your bullet would shoot high and if you shot downhill, it would hit low. Not sure how that myth originated, but the reality, gravity exerts its greatest influence over the trajectory of a bullet when it is shot across a level area as the […]

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Nikki Boxler

Give Your Pistol a Good Cleaning – Here’s How


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Here is what you will need:  Cloth patches A cleaning rod Bore brush Tips to hold patches A small brush Gun solvent Gun oil Soft cloth Rubber gloves Eye protection Before beginning, I like to put on thin rubber gloves and eye protection. The rubber gloves protect my skin from exposure to solvents and lubricants […]

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Shotgun’s Best Compete at 2017 World Championships


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Carroll won her first World Championship medal this past weekend when she, Caitlin Weinheimer (Port Lavaca, Texas) and Corey Cogdell-Unrein (Eagle River, Alaska) won Women’s Trap Team gold. It was the first team medal for the U.S. in the event since the 1998 World Championship in Barcelona, Spain. Haldeman, who gave up Double Trap and […]

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