We’ve been talking a lot about tripods and positional shooting lately so today we’re going to discuss controlling the wobble zone. The testing of the higher end tripod upgrades continues and you will be hearing more about that soon. However, the wobble zone is a topic that’s worth discussing since it’s something you deal with during any positional shooting work. Essentially, what we’re discussing is the size and path of reticle drift when shooting from an unstable position. It follows a fairly predictable pattern but the size and speed of the wobble zone will vary depending on the stability of the shooting position. Lets get to it!
In this weeks article on the Evolution of Tripod Shooting we’re going to take a closer look at the shift in tripod choices and technology. In Part 1 we talked a little about where tripod shooting came from, how it was first adapted to long range precision shooting, and the direction its now shifting toward. This week we’re going to discuss more about the individual changes we’re starting to see. Why is one tripod being picked over another? What would make one mounting system better than others when it comes to QD plates? What specifications should you be looking at when considering a tripod purchase? Things like that, ready? Let’s get to it!
This week’s article is on necking down 6.5×47 Lapua brass. There’s been a good bit of interest in this caliber in general. Some folks are put off by the idea of working with a Wildcat cartridge. It typically means there is some extra work to do in order to have brass ready to go for that caliber. I’m here to tell you that the brass preparation with 6×47 Lapua is exceedingly simple and pretty quick to perform. I’ll show you just how fast you can do it as well as describe the steps involved along with any that may come later in the process. Ready? Let’s get started!
This week’s article is on the evolution of tripod shooting! I thought over the next few months we would take a similar approach in another multi part series on tripod shooting. Specifically, where it came from and how it’s been evolving. We’re right in the middle of what appears to be a Quantum Leap (remember that show?) in tripod shooting technology. For the longest time guys would just grab a regular camera tripod and cook up a homemade rifle rest from a piece of PVC tubing and go to work. As positional shooting has become more popular, in large part to the Precision Rifle Series, tripod shooting itself is evolving! That’s the focus of this series of articles, the evolution of tripod shooting!
This week we’re going to be discussing Rite in the Rain paper and the benefits of using it over traditional paper when you’re out shooting! As the name implies, you can use Rite in the Rain paper when it’s wet outside and the weather isn’t cooperative with your range time. Then there’s always the questions of cost and how well it works. Whether or not it’s something you want to invest in will be up to you! For now let’s dive into more information about it and you can decide for yourself!
As we start a new year I’d like to wish all the readers a Happy New Year! It’s also fun to look back at the last year and share some of the top articles from the past year for newer readers that may have missed them. This is pulled directly from the site statistics from the software running the website. We welcome new readers to the fold all the time and often times some of our most popular articles were published at another time of the year and thus missed by the newest readers. Likewise, some of the more experienced readers will often benefit by rehashing some of the concepts previously discussed! So let’s have a look!