Featured in Rifle Shooting Tips
How to Practice Shooting Your Rifle For a Hunt
Preparing for a hunting trip isn’t the same process as target shooting.
The Worst Scope Bite in History
Some people are too stupid to be helped. But it is your responsibility to try
Long-Range Reality: Why You’re Not as Accurate as You Think
Sooner or later, you’ll be faced with a long shot. Are you truly ready for it?
The Mental Game of Shooting
What really determines how well you shoot is the disgusting gray/pink blob of protoplasm between your ears and your control over it, or lack thereof.
Mirage: Wind’s Insane Little Brother
Unlike wind, mirage can’t move a bullet. But it can move the image of what you’re shooting at, so the effect is the same.
What “Dead-Nuts Zero” Really Means
You may think you know exactly where your bullet hits at extreme distances. You may also be wrong
Rifle Marksmanship: The Missing 40 Percent
"(Shooters) can lose 40 percent of their fine motor skills. I agree with this, and then some."
The Perfect Way to Squeeze a Rifle Trigger
Learn the right way to trip a trigger, especially when it really counts
The Long-Range Gong
Making that metal disc ring when it’s waaaay out there—and your own pulse can cause a miss—requires more than an accurate rifle. Here's a sharpshooter’s method to make that shot.
The Two-Shot Zero
Save your ammo and get your rifle dialed in quickly with this two-shot method. Rifle expert Jeff Johnson shows how it's done.