Choosing a Rifle Scope

If you have found this article, then chances are, you are on the right path to completing your next rifle build, or you are trying to remedy some mistakes that could have been made during your last build.  As with almost any aspect in shooting, and most industries, if you ask 10 different people what the best scope is, they …

What distance do I zero my rifle at?

This is probably one of the most asked questions by new rifle shooters. It’s usually asked a few weeks after their “what scope should I get?” post, which was probably an equally debated topic of discussion depending on the day of the week and if the At***n dealers are online.  It is one of the questions that gets asked over …

Light Weight Rifles: Choosing the right Barrel

So you want to build a lightweight hunting rifle, and you’re down to choosing the barrel. Likely a lot of money is going into this decision, and you want to make sure you get it just right. Do you go with the sleek and subtly snobby Carbon wrap? Or do you go with the simultaneously mean and sexy fluted steel …

Factory Ammo VS. Hand loads

No matter if it is a forum, a Facebook page, USPSA or long range,  hunting or tactical, the question always comes up; Is it better to shoot factory loaded ammunition or to hand load your own? The individual who asks the question will quickly be berated with biased answers from both sides of the spectrum,people swearing that their 6.5 shoots …

Should I be Using a First or Second Focal Plane Scope when hunting?

 Should I use a first or second focal plane scope? This is a question that pops up on every forum or Facebook page every few days. It gets discussed and debated with as much decorum as can be expected from social media, which usually results in the original poster being more confused than confident in the answers they received. …

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