All About Rifle Muzzles And Crowns

While the ads make various muzzle crowns sound like the latest high tech accuracy feature, they really aren’t. An 11-degree target crown won’t necessarily make your rifle any more accurate than a 9-degree crown, 13-degree crown, rounded crown, or flat crown. And a rifle with a recessed crown isn’t
going to save the day. But it might and here’s why.

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All About Binoculars

Don’t be fooled by binocular hype. Getting a good price on a good, bright,
sharp, durable binocular isn’t hard. You just have to resist the silly ads and
know a few basics, which you can read right here.

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How To Use A Scope

Scope sights fluster some shooters who don’t know how to take full advantage of them. But a scope, used properly, can wring every inch of potential out of any rifle and any shooter. A scope helps hunters fire quickly and accurately because they make targets
easier to see.

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Triggers

This article could trigger some argument. Or better shooting. Triggers are often an overlooked part of shooting accuracy. We go bananas over calibers, barrel diameters, stock bedding, and scopes — and ignore our triggers. Yet, a bad trigger can negate $2,000 worth of accuracy-enhancing custom accuracy work!

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Rifle Sights May Not Always Be The Best Choice

Many rifles today do not come with sights at all, but are set up for scope
mounts. Even though that may be the case it can’t hurt to take a look at what
else is on the market before automatically purchasing a scope and having it
mounted. This is if for no other reason than to make absolutely sure the scope you
purchase is the scope you need to do the job you have in mind.

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