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How Low Can You Go?

How Low Can You Go?

By Ralph M. Lermayer

Recoil (ri koyl) — To move back suddenly and violently, for example, after impact. Any way you look at it, recoil means something’s coming back at you. And as it relates to firearms, how fast and hard that is depends on a lot of factors. But no matter which caliber, gauge or style firearm you use, there are steps you can take to minimiz...

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Close-Range Snake Protection
Close-Range Snake Protection

By Russell Thornberry

Shotshell-loaded pistols are the bee’s knees in poisonous-snake country. The unseasonably warm South Texas weather slowed deer hunting to a crawl. With only 15 minutes of daylight and a 30-minute walk back to the truck, I left my blin... READ MORE


Trick Out a 10/22 Part 1
Trick Out a 10/22 Part 1

By Dave Henderson

With just a few simple tools, you can build a semi-custom .22 that looks good and shoots great. The Ruger 10/22 rimfire rifle was heralded as a masterpiece in firearm design when it hit the market in 1964. The 5-pound semiauto was easy to w... READ MORE


Building Your Own Patterning Board
Building Your Own Patterning Board

By J. Wayne Fears

Having a convenient place to test shotshells and choke tubes will make you a more efficient wingshooter. A growing number of shotgun hunters use their scatterguns year-round. It’s turkey hunting in the spring, sporting clays during t... READ MORE


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