Observations on Rifle Shooting

by Joshua Hasbeen of Coxsackie. From Shooting and Fishing, January 31, 1889 • Vol. 5, No. 14   1. In the first place get a rifle of your own; you can't do much without one. 2. Get one that don't require any elevation at 200 yards. There are plenty...

Why Not a .32-20?

Why Not a .32-20? by Paul Shuttleworth A recent development in Schuetzen shooting has been the trend toward using smaller cases with less powder capacity than the original black powder cartridges such as the .32-40 and .38-55. Since smokeless powder has much more power per cubic inch,...

There is no magic bullet

There Is No “Magic Bullet” by Lee Shaver Problems we have with accuracy are at times not the problems we think we have. So how do you figure out what those problems might really be? In this article, I will attempt to teach you exactly what happens...