Monthly archives: October, 2014

The Lee Enfield .303 -Britain’s historic all rounder.

There are many people out there who have an opinion on the Lee Enfield .303 rifle. People with modern black polycarbonate sniper rifles, or the tight leather jacketed “belly flopper” mob with their spaceship looking 7.62 target rifles. Everyone has something to say, and its often negative. Having been acquainted with the 303 for a few…

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Gun Review – Remington 700

The Remington 700 is an icon. It has been around since the early 60s. It was designed to be an affordable, mass produced, accurate bolt action rifle. It has been used in military, law enforcement and numerous sporting applications. When I started out in my quest to hit small targets at long range without needing…

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Long range shooting for beginners 8 – long range at the range..

After a rather mundane bit with maths and tables we now get to have some serious fun. This is the day we have been working towards – shooting out to 1000+ yds. For some of you competitive long range veterans that may seem like no big deal. For many (myself included) who have spent years…

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A days shooting – long range and practical.

It’s nine in the morning on a cool summers day in West Wales. The wind blows over the tops of the hills and down the winding valleys. We pull into a pub car park and a man steps out of his crew cab pick up. “Gentlemen good morning” he says and shakes our hand. Bob…

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Gun Review – Revo Tactical FAC Shotgun

After 6 months of heavy use I figured it would be a good time to post my thoughts on the Revo Tactical 12g. This shotgun has some pretty bad press on the shooting forums. The main criticisms are “its cheap” and “its Turkish”. I agree with both statements, it is cheap at £275 and it…

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