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LocaCarnivore DIY: Pro Tips to Improve Your Rifle’s Long-Range Accuracy [Video]

Your rifle used to drive tacks.  Now, it won’t hit the proverbial barn.  New rifle time, right?  Wrong.  When a good rifle goes bad, too many shooters go off the rails and assume something serious is wrong with the gun.  Read More

Spotting Scopes: Don’t Get Stuck with the Wrong One [Video]

The U.S. Marines have a saying, “If you can see it, you can hit it.  If you can hit it, you can kill it.”  Let’s look at the “seeing” part. If you’re in a tree stand or ground blind, chances Read More

Hit at 1000 Yards Every Time! (Expert Rifle Set Up Secrets You Can Do Now)

These days, seems everybody wants to get into the long-range hunting game.  It’s imperative you get your long-range rifle set up and zeroed right.  If you mess it up, you’ll go home empty handed next season, or worse yet, leave Read More

Long Range Hunting: Do it Right or Go Home

Let’s get one thing straight, most game animals are taken at two hundred yards or less. Shooting—and hitting—at longer ranges is the exception, not the rule. So why is long-range hunting now all the rage? Two major factors influenced this Read More

Wind Estimation Secrets for Long-Range Hunting [Video]

All too many shooters fixate on bullet drop: how far the bullet hits below line of sight at a given range.  This is important, but just as important is the effect the wind has on your bullet. Bullets are not Read More

Don’t Miss a Once in a Lifetime Shot! Long-Range Shooting Tips From the USMC [Video]

Long range hunting is the fashion these days, but do you know the fundamentals which will ensure you can hit a distant target with precision?  This great video goes in depth to help you understand and find your natural point Read More

LocaCarnivore Expert: How Powerful a Hunting Rifle Do You Need?

How much power do you need in a hunting rifle?  The obvious answer: enough.  So, how much is enough, and is there such a thing as too much?  The first part is somewhat complex, with different factors important at different Read More

New Savage 6mm Creedmoor Rifle

Photo courtesy Savage Arms Co. You read that right, 6mm Creedmoor.  The much talked about 6.5 Creedmoor now has a baby brother, necked down to accept 6.0mm (.243 caliber) bullets.  The result is even less recoil–as if the 6.5 wasn’t Read More

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