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Ron Spomer

Low Drag Bullets


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In any given weight, the bullet with the sleeker form will minimize air drag. That means it conserves its kinetic energy instead of wasting it pushing air out of the way. Compare it to pedaling your bike fully erect versus hunched over the handlebars. This bullet form is combined with caliber (diameter) and mass (weight) […]

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Mark Olis

Choosing the Right Ammo


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  Close Range: When hunting river drainages out West or heavy timber in the South, oftentimes the only setup is right on top of a trail. Winchester’s Power-Max Bonded features a copper/zinc jacket bonded to its soft lead alloy core, which allows for rapid expansion (up to 2½ times its diameter) and deep penetration even […]

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Ron Spomer

The Ammo Isn’t Accurate Myth


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His three-shot groups measured around 2- to 3-inches. Yeah, pretty bad. But then his buddy shot a group and covered the three holes with a quarter. Another gentleman at the range was resting his rifle’s barrel on a sandbag for some shots, the stock for others, and then blames his ammunition for the lousy groups! […]

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