Posts Tagged: sighting-in

Ron Spomer

Getting Screwed Over Accuracy


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It usually runs through the back of the trigger guard base to reach the rear tang of the action. On some rifles there is a third screw in the front of the trigger guard, but it usually secures in the wood or plastic of the stock and has no bearing on securing the barreled action […]

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Ron Spomer

Bore Sighting – Quick and Easy


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I usually place a red soda can on the ground, but a bullseye dot on a target works fine, too. So does a small white rock for that matter. It just needs to be something you can see clearly through the bore of your rifle. Now, while looking down the bore from the chamber end, […]

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Ron Spomer

The 12″ Box


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Park a bullet anywhere within these organs and your deer expires. Shoot a bit high and you hit the spine for an instant kill. Total vital area on the average whitetail, sheep, pronghorn, and black bear is at least 144 square inches. So you don’t really have to hit a one-inch circle. You can hit […]

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Sighting-in rifle

Allen Treadwell

The Basics of Sighting-In Your Rifle


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The process starts with a set up you can trust. First of all your scope needs to be mounted correctly. One thing to keep in mind when mounting a scope is apply the proper amount of torque to the base and ring screw. Base screws are recommended to have between 30-40 inch-lbs, I will also […]

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