I’m sharing a series of posts on ELR shooting, but I didn’t want to jump from the long-range rifles in mid-size 6mm and 6.5mm cartridges that I normally talk about straight into the extreme, super-high-performance 375+ caliber rifles used to engage targets at 2+ miles. Instead of just presenting the extremes, I thought it’d be ...
Stopping by the Horus Vision booth, I got a chance to look at the new Tremor 4 Reticle, designed by Todd Hodnett. The Tremor 4 is currently available for spotting scopes and blends the elements of the Tremor 3 wind dots and the Horus H59 reticle. This last year, I attended Todd Hodnett’s/Accuracy 1st Long […]
I officially started writing for The Firearm Blog in January of 2013, although the first article I wrote was a guest post published on May 2nd of 2011. One of the first items that I requested to test was a chassis stock from Kinetic Research Group. My editor Phil said he would “look into it.” […]
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I recently had the pleasure of testing out Howa’s new HCR, or Howa Chassis Rifle. The Howa HCR is built using a Howa 1500 Heavy Barreled action and an Accurate Mag aluminum rifle chassis. For testing I received a model chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor. Testing the Howa Chassis Rifle consisted of several hours of dry […]
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Last year, I decided my focus in 2016 would be on training. I wanted to be strategic with the time I spend on this hobby, and thought training could help me more long-term than scattering my focus in a few directions, shooting random matches, and learning things the hard way. By training, I meant that ...