Tag: shooting

Learning to Run a Bolt-Action For Real – Chris Baker Goes Over Getting Started in Practical Rifle Shooting

When it comes to my shooting hobbies, sometimes I feel like a bit of a black sheep. I am neither a race gun driver, nor a benchrest shooter. I don’t blast IDPA targets and Texas stars with an STI DVC Open, or break 200 rounds per minute cyclic smoking brown [Read More…]

Firearms Food for Thought: To Advise or Not to Advise…

Ah, the internet. It’s made experts out of everyone with the ability to enter words into a web search engine and models out of, well, everyone who cares to stretch the truth about their looks. It also seems to have removed the need for basic manners and being [Read More…]

MTM Quick Rest

We’ve all been there: at the range or out at our favorite shooting spot, and in need of a rest for our rifle. Although there are quite a few out there of varying sizes, weights, and fillings, most have one thing in common: they’re heavy – or at least [Read More…]