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Nikki Boxler

SOME HELPFUL TIPS ON HOW TO BEST PATTERN A SHOTGUN


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When I am unable to get to the woods one of my favorite things to do is to hit the range, or in my case a nice hilly farm field to sight or pattern guns for the upcoming season. As we know, patterning guns is important. Nothing is worse than missing birds and then deciding […]

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Ron Spomer

ANIMAL TARGETS CURE BUCK FEVER


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The psychological impact of seeing a deer or elk magnified 4, 6, 10, even 15 times through a telescopic sight can unnerve even the most precise shooter. Can you say buck fever? There’s probably no cure for buck fever, but there are methods for minimizing symptoms. Veterans of the syndrome recommend all hunters begin their […]

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Live the Legend

DEALING WITH ELEVATION WHILE SHOOTING


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While for many hunters, the areas they hunt are largely flat, wooded land with shots close or at worse, down a field from a treestand perched about 15 feet off the ground, considering the angle of their shot is of little concern. But where the country opens up and mountains rule the terrain, most certainly […]

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Ron Spomer

HOT AND COLD – CURING THE RIFLE FLINCH


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Need to cure a flinch? Need to develop great trigger control, shooting form and prevent developing a flinch? Mix and match dry fire. Training with an empty rifle helps shooters forget about recoil and concentrate on proper form and trigger control. They can see where their sights were when the firing pin clicks. So load […]

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Melissa Bachman

BENCH SHOOTING TIPS TO PREP FOR THE BIG GAME SEASON TO COME


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Spending time shooting is one of the most important things you can do to prepare for the upcoming hunting season. While any time spent shooting is helpful, there are a few things you can do to make you even more effective at the shooting bench. First, think about what type of hunts you have planned […]

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Live the Legend

How to Bust More Clays at the Skeet Range


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Spring is back and warm weather is upon us. Hunters may be hitting the turkey woods, but for many competitive and recreational shooters, the skeet range is where they cut their clay busting teeth and the skeet range is where they return to perfect the wingshooting skills that make this and other competitive clays games […]

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Nikki Boxler

Tips for Sighting in Your Turkey Gun


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While shooting one’s gun prior to the turkey season is not an absolute must, it is a really good idea to spend some time at the range before setting off to chase tom turkey. Or in my case, spend some time out on the property near one of our barns. While Winchester’s Longbeard is lethal […]

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Ammo for Range Practice – Winchester’s USA Forged


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Ron Pincus from Personal Defense Network discusses how the USA Forged Ammunition line from Winchester is top-notch practice ammo for the range and those focused on honing their personal defense shooting skills.

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