The other day while testing a link on this site, I landed at a parked domain page and not the link I clicked on. Uh oh! A little searching pointed out that Varmint Hunter.org and Varmint Hunter Magazine have ceased to exist. According to an article at the site Varminter.com "About two weeks ago, rumors … Continue reading Varmint Hunter Magazine is no more
I have been playing with what temps do to accuracy in reference to set up of the barrel ready to chamber. I have done three tests now and come up with about the same result.What I do is set up my barrel in the 4 jaw and insert a range rod and dial it in … Continue reading Temperature and Accuracy
Stan and Ryan have graciously granted me "Blogger" status; having their trust is an honor. Thank you, Stan and Ryan.During my senior year of High School, way back in 1967, in the Peoples Republic of Carifornia (cation), we were advised: "by the year 2000 (who'd EVER live that long?), the world will experience a return … Continue reading “This is a test” . . . maybe . . .
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HUNTER CLASS, The Infancy & The AdolescenceBy: Bob PeaseLike the origin of an illegitimate unwanted child. Hunter Class Rifle shooting began somewhere around 1963 when several groups seemed almost simultaneously to develop interest in shooting center fire cartridges on a small bore type target for score from benchrest at 100 yards. Rifles. methods and rules … Continue reading History of Benchrest Shooting