Ask Uncle Nick

Choosing the .30-06 is never a mistake.

Every rifle is a law unto itself, not only as to the loads they'll digest, but dimensionally too.

There are disadvantages to using Magnum primers all the time.

Military loads fired a 480gn paper-patched, lead bullet at 1350fps.

Ghost ring sights are great for fast handling rifles in closer country.

Used with a 45gn bullet in the .22 Hornet, it gives about 150fps more velocity than factory rounds.

The short lever throw is faster to operate than on traditional leverguns

The CZ 457 Jaguar seems to have an unusually long 28" barrel.

if the rifling was given a left-hand twist for Northern latitudes, it would somewhat correct for C.A drift.

While it's true that a "crush" fit will eliminate excessive headspace and prolong case life, it can be a problem if it's overdone.

The body grooves on Barnes Triple Shock bullets reduce the frictional effects.

Most of the time, it's where you hit 'em, not what you hit 'em with!

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.