Ask Uncle Nick

I don't need any more magnification for game over normal field ranges out to 400yds.

Are you aware that Lapua brass uses small rifle primers?

At longer ranges, or any for that matter, there is almost a 5-percent error between inches and MoA

There's really no such thing as overkill.

Oh, I just love the advice given by "a guy at the range."

As late as 2016 Norma was still making factory loads under the European designation of 5.6x52R.

The higher velocities achieved with the larger .25-06 and .257Weatherby are achieved at the cost of much heavier charges.

If you are a careful hunter who can place his shots in a vital area and doesn't try to shoot game 500 yards away you should get along just fine.

Even though the neck wall becomes thinner all the way around, one side is still thicker than the other.

The little carbine is lightweight and its short overall length of 990mm and 6x Pecar scope make it a handy-dandy varmint outfit.

The Hornady 350gn round-nose won the contest by penetrating deeper and retaining more of its original weight.

The Heym SR30 bolt-action rifle uses an innovative locking system consisting of six steel ball bearings on the bolt head.

A compensator is designed to reduce muzzle rise when guns are fired by diverting gases upward to push the muzzle downward.

Maximum range of shot pellets varies with pellet mass and velocity.

The calibre would be either .270 or .300 Weatherby Magnum.

Never use a burning rate chart for developing handloads.