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Long-Range Shooting Tips

When it comes to taking a long shot, how long is too long?

How to Align Your Iron Sights

Aiming is a fundamental of marksmanship.

Handgun Hunting: Practice & Zeroing-In

Here's how to set your hunting handgun up for success.

5 Simple Steps to Bust Your Shooting Slump

It happens to every shooter, whether competitive, tactical or hunter: You hit a slump...

2 Turkey-Season Tips For Non-Hunters

Maybe you aren't hunting, but lots of others are. Here's what you need to know.

9 Simple Shotgun Shooting Solutions

The Doctor is In…and he has some scattergun tips you don’t want to miss.

Basics of Shooting: Breath Control

Keeping your shots steady can be as natural as breathing...or not.

How-To: Make Shooting Positions Work For You in the Field

Here’s how to get into a good shooting position in "less than ideal" conditions.

Should Hunters Ever "Hold Off Hair?"

The phrase "you should never hold off hair" gets thrown around in more than one...

Long-Range Shooting Tips

When it comes to taking a long shot, how long is too long?

How to Align Your Iron Sights

Aiming is a fundamental of marksmanship, and encompasses two elements: sight alignment and sight picture.

Trigger Control

Here’s the next step in learning how to make your bullets go exactly where you...

5 Simple Steps to Bust Your Shooting Slump

It happens to every shooter, whether competitive, tactical or hunter: You hit a slump...

Long-Range Hunting: How Far is Too Far?

Ensuring your skills keep up with technology is a challenge.

Basics of Shooting: Breath Control

Keeping your shots steady can be as natural as breathing...or not.

Should Hunters Ever "Hold Off Hair?"

The phrase "you should never hold off hair" gets thrown around in more than one...

Long-Range Shooting Tips

When it comes to taking a long shot, how long is too long?

How to Align Your Iron Sights

Aiming is a fundamental of marksmanship, and encompasses two elements: sight alignment and sight picture.