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Metrics That Matter – Test Tracking On Scopes

by Tom Beckstrand 0

In an effort to help the hard-working, underfunded sniper, this article is solely about testing scopes.


Leupold Mk8 3.5-25x56mm

by Tom Beckstrand 0

No scope currently on the market has a list of features as comprehensive as the Mark 8.


Tab Gear Roundup

by G&A Staff 0

Our favorite nylon products for rifle shooters introduced this past year are from the good folks at TAB GEAR, a family-run business operating in Texas.


Rifle Team – Training Plan And Drills

by G&A Staff 0

How to set up a plan that works for your team.


Long Range Shooting – Calling Wind Accurately

by G&A Staff 0

Tips on dealing with the trickiest variable of long-range shooting.

Kimber’s CDP line comes standard with custom features like a grip safety that is raised and enlarged to keep the Commander-style hammer off your hand.

Kimber CDP: The Ultimate Out-Of-The-Box 1911

by Patrick Sweeney 0

When it comes to choosing a new 1911, Kimber’s  CDP, (Custom Defense Package) offers shooters a way to have it… more »


Over The Comb – Conquering Sub-Par Rifle Stocks

by Tom Beckstrand 0

We should be keenly aware of what a stock comb can do to provide both comfort and performance.


How to Make a Budget Scope Work for You

by Tom Beckstrand 0

This article is dedicated to the serious sniper who doesn’t have a ton of money.


12 Issues With Extreme Long-Range Shooting

by G&A Staff 0

When we talk long-range shooting, we are really talking about problem solving.


20 Sniper Gear Tips

by G&A Staff 0

The following list is some of the sniper tips and tricks Jeff Hoffman accumulated over the course of his career as a sniper.


New Thermal Scope Offers Amazing Images Day or Night

by G&A Staff 0

For years, thermal imaging scopes were horrendously expensive and bulky devices whose capabilities were primarily enjoyed by professional guides and hog-control… more »


Big Kids on the Block: Rock River Arms’ LAR-458 vs. CMMG’s XBE

by Tom Beckstrand 0

A lot of readers are fans of the .45-70. It’s a big cartridge that’s been around for a long time,… more »


The Truth About Smart Guns

by Dana Loesch 0

The other day I had to use my cellphone to call the vet. One of our pups had nearly collapsed…. more »

A chair allows the shooter to build a position at a couple of different elevations. This forces us to work on getting stable, which should be the goal of any range session (not shooting groups).

How to Get the Most Out of a Box of Ammo

by Tom Beckstrand 0

I look at my ammo stash like my savings account. Both are valuable commodities, so I try not to spend… more »

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Ultimate Father’s Day Gift Guide for Shooters

by G&A Staff 0

It’s that time of year again. The weather is warming and the birds are chirping, but that equates to a… more »


WWII Pocket Pistols: J.P. Sauer & Sohn .38H

by Patrick Sweeney 0

It is fashionable in some circles to scorn the Germans in World War II for their near-chaotic firearms procurement system…. more »


Blackhawk TecGrip Pocket Holster

by Eric R. Poole 0

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” Leonardo da Vinci said. When an engineer discusses an “elegant” design, they are referring to… more »


Benelli Super Black Eagle 3

by Skip Knowles 0

The propellers throbbed as PenAir’s plane circled and then landed us on Cold Bay’s giant emergency runway. We were just… more »


Benelli SBE II 25th Ann. LE

by Eric R. Poole 0

It’s now hard to remember what waterfowl hunting was like before Benelli. Long before the Robertson family grew beards, we… more »

Multi-Mag gun magnets are another clever solution.

How to Store More Guns

by Tom Beckstrand 0

I can’t be the only one that has played gun-safe Tetris, trying to fit as many guns as possible inside…. more »