It’s no secret that I love to shoot accurately at long ranges and over the years I’ve learned a lot about the importance of good optics and their role in accomplishing that goal. Now I have a great example of one of those optics with the Leupold Mark V HD precision rifle scope.
I’ve learned a trick to help you when bore sighting a rifle that has a removable bolt that allows you to look down the barrel from the chamber end – It’s called Naked Eye Bore sighting and can be executed without additional tools.
Often, our grip is why we may not be shooting our pistol accurately or may be having difficulty with quick follow-up shots. Here are a few tips to help you improve your pistol grip and accuracy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxFXHKsZpug&t=2s Watch as Denny Chapman shows off his upgraded Smith & Wesson M&P Sport 2 rifle, Margaret. Denny teaches you…
The number one rule of gun safety is to always treat every firearm as if it’s loaded, and never assume…
Dry Firing is a form of firearms training using an unloaded firearm. The shooter follows all the usual steps involved in drawing, gripping, and firing their gun, however, no ammunition is loaded into the gun and no round is fired.