We’ve all heard the saying about learning to walk before you run. In my experience, the same logic applies to long range shooting. Short range training is all about removing some of the variables involved in long range shooting and isolating others. Learn to hit a big target at short range before reversing the formula.
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Initial load development for a long range precision rifle can take shape in a variety of ways. They all involve the mixing of components until you find a combination that works. Powders, primers, bullets, and brass can all be interchanged to varying degrees. The final result of initial load development might not be the exact
The process of reloading fired brass gets a lot of attention, but what about new brass prep? As part of the 300 Winchester Magnum Project, this article will cover how I prepare new, unfired cases. I’ve tested most of my process for its rate of return in performance. Admittedly, there are still some things I
This is the introduction to a series covering my latest long range hunting build: A 300 Winchester Magnum. This series will serve as a platform to share with you the techniques that I use for successful long range hunting. In it, I’ll chronicle the entire process; from choosing the components of the rifle to using
Shawn Carlock and the team at Defensive Edge are back with a new how-to video: How 2 Send It In this all-new instructional video, Shawn guides the viewer along the path to being successful at long range hunting. Starting with setting goals and realistic expectations, and ending with how to put it all together, How