Posts Tagged: sighting-in

Ron Spomer

Getting Screwed Over Accuracy


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Many of us have been screwed over when buying used and even new rifles because they proved inaccurate, scattering shots all over the target. So turn the tables and do some screwing of your own. You could easily double your rifle’s accuracy. The common bolt-action rifle is secured to its stock with two or three […]

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Ron Spomer

Bore Sighting – Quick and Easy


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The cardboard box method might not be quite as quick and convenient as a laser bore sighter, but it works as well. Here’s how to do it: Procure a common shipping box wide enough to span a rifle from the pistol grip to somewhere along the forend. Carve a couple of notches in opposite walls […]

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Ron Spomer

The 12″ Box


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Some things are best handled in a plain, brown, paper wrapper. Like learning to shoot a deer. Most hunters practice shooting by sitting at a bench and poking holes in little bullseyes. But game doesn’t come with bullseyes attached. So where do you aim on a brown deer or black hog? Center chest, just as […]

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Allen Treadwell

The Basics of Sighting-In Your Rifle


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When it comes to being prepared, some would say I have a bit of an OCD problem, mainly my wife. But to understand the OCD tendencies, you have to understand how I think. All the time spent scouting, hanging stands, and checking trail cameras. All the money spend buying camo, guns, ammo, optics, gas, the […]

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