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Getting the Most Out of Competition Guns

Getting the Most Out of Competition Guns

No doubt about it, getting into competition shooting can be a big investment. The right gear for the job often comes at a price, but what I have found is if I go with equipment that can pull double duty for me, and work for more than just my competitive events, the expense is far more tolerable.

5 Questions with Pro Tucker Schmidt

5 Questions with Pro Tucker Schmidt

If you shoot competitively and you haven’t heard of Tucker Schmidt, you will soon. Besides taking a very unconventional path into the shooting sports, Schmidt has made the jump from 3-Gun to PRS competitions, and he’s already becoming a force at long-range. Check out his story for tips on improving, and to learn how one style of competitive shooting can get you ready for the next.

Part Two of Intro to the Shooting Sports: Gear Up and Gun on a Budget

Part Two of Intro to the Shooting Sports: Gear Up and Gun on a Budget

By now, we’ve convinced you the shooting sports are a phenomenal way to spend your free time and you’re chomping at the bit to get going, right? We’ve also probably got you looking online at the slew of potential products to choose from, watching the dollar signs go up and up in your mind’s eye!

June 22, 2020
What’s the best optic for your AR? Let’s talk LPVO’s.

What’s the best optic for your AR? Let’s talk LPVO’s.

Last week, we dove into the art and science of why you might choose to mount a red dot on your AR, and some of the “how-to.” But what if you think an LPVO is the way to go?

What’s the best optic for your AR? Let’s talk red dots.

What’s the best optic for your AR? Let’s talk red dots.

If you’ve spent so much as five minutes Googling “Optics for my AR-15,” chances are you’re already aware the internet wants you to top it off with either a red dot or an “LPVO.”

How to Build Your Own Gun Range

How to Build Your Own Gun Range

Shooting firearms is a huge part of my life. Back when I lived in suburbia, that meant driving a long way to the range, setting up my targets, practicing, tearing down and driving home after hours and hours away from the family just to throw a few rounds.

Do competition shooting skills translate to self-defense shooting skills? Part Two

Do competition shooting skills translate to self-defense shooting skills? Part Two

It’s an age-old question that has adamant advocates on both sides. As a competitor in the action shooting sports for over 10 years, I tend to fall on the side that is inclined to think the skills do translate.

Do competition shooting skills translate to self-defense shooting skills? Part One

Do competition shooting skills translate to self-defense shooting skills? Part One

Do competition skills translate into self defense skills? Over the years, this has been an often-debated topic and the consensus seems biased toward whether the individual(s) participate in and/or are successful competition shooters.

3 Things to Look for When Buying a Tactical Optic

3 Things to Look for When Buying a Tactical Optic

Precision optics aren’t just for going long. Top your rifle and your pistol with an optic and you instantly make it a more versatile weapon.

What Riflescope Magnification Should You Get?

What Riflescope Magnification Should You Get?

Here’s a short answer: Get the magnification that fits the application for the riflescope 80-90% of the time. If you primarily hunt in the Midwest, where you won't see deer farther than 200 yards—but, maybe you plan to take a trip out west one day where you may see deer at far greater distances—