Putting it All Together when Shooting

Putting it All Together when Shooting

When it comes to shooting a precision rifle accurately, you have to put in the effort. You can't just phone in the drop and drift as all the variables out there matter. The bullet will go will the barrel is pointed, but the barrel might be pointed 6ft up and 10ft right of the target in order to get that hit. Sure you can walk the rounds in, but why when a little effort goes a long way.

Indexing & Trading, for Alternate Position

Indexing & Trading, for Alternate Position

Indexing & Trading is a used with Alternate Positions or when the shooter has a fundamental of marksmanship compromised. You index on the fundamentals you can control and trade off on the weaker ones due to your situation.

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

The ultimate search-and-sort football recruiting database is here! Get stats, video highlights, combine results, ratings, rankings, news, analysis and more—all easily searchable and sortable on desktop and mobile.

12 items we wouldn't have without explorers

12 items we wouldn't have without explorers

New tools and foods have been a byproduct of exploration across the centuries. Here are a few that have found their way into daily life.

Entryway to America: Ellis Island

Entryway to America: Ellis Island

On Jan. 1, 1892, Ellis Island finally opened its doors, marking a new era of immigration. From 1892 to 1924, the island was the primary entryway to America.

Shotgun Shell Ottoman Game Table

Shotgun Shell Ottoman Game Table

This Shotgun Shell Ottoman is no ordinary ottoman.

Warrior-Tested: 5.11 Taclite Jean-Cut Pants

Warrior-Tested: 5.11 Taclite Jean-Cut Pants

5.11 Taclite Jean-Cut Pants are put through the gauntlet by a former Navy SEAL to see how they measure up to anything Mother Nature can dish out.

Seeking Strong Active Men

Seeking Strong Active Men

Patrick Finney must have thought he was in deep trouble in Loughrea, in western Ireland, that December of 1863, when the constabulary hauled him in and interrogated him, even checking to see how his wooden leg was attached.

The History of the Martini

The History of the Martini

Its precise origins are—ahem—dirty, but America’s most iconic cocktail has shown staying power

The CH-53E Super Stallion

The CH-53E Super Stallion

It's the largest and heaviest helicopter in the United States military. But despite it's herculean size, it's amazing what this chopper can accomplish.

Fighting Against Robert E. Lee

Fighting Against Robert E. Lee

My great-grandfather fought in the Civil war against General Robert E. Lee's forces.

Allan Pinkerton: The Eye That Never Slept

Allan Pinkerton: The Eye That Never Slept

One of America’s greatest crime fighters never intended to become a spy.

The Bayonet: A Long and Distinguished History

The Bayonet: A Long and Distinguished History

“I ordered the bayonet,” Col. Joshua Chamberlain wrote after the Battle of Gettysburg. “The word was enough. It ran like fire along the line and rose into a shout, with which (my men) sprang forward upon the enemy.”