I’ve been thinking that I’d like to add a bigger rifle to my collection. My future father in law has a close family friend with a ranch down in South Texas with a 1000 yard range and an endless supply of pigs. For a kid raised in the country, that is as close to a […]
My story on shot placement seems to have stirred up a bit of thought provoking conversation about where a speedy bullet should go. Those opposed to my stance on neck shots cite the fact that the head and neck are constantly in motion vs. the mostly stationary chest cavity. I’ll certainly agree that the chest […]
[Post-jump images Not Safe for Non-Hunters] As long has I have been hunting, “experts” have been telling me to shoot whitetail deer by aiming for the large area behind the shoulder. A shoulder shot won’t to ruin the hide and the deer’s heart and lungs occupy a relatively large, easy to hit area. If you’re a […]
For me, Leupold has always been the gold standard for riflescopes. I’ve never shot at any distance or with such precision that I needed adjustable parallax, BDC reticles, or anything that has “mil” in the name. Find me a nice piece of glass with good clarity and adjustable zoom and I’m good to go. Leupold […]
An ethical hunter’s primary responsibility: ensure that he or she takes game in the most humane way possible. All other responsibilities fall by the wayside if we don’t act as reliable servants to Mother Nature. Hippie Talk aside, let’s talk accuracy . . .