Category Archives: The Art of the Rifle

Advice for the New Survivalists

Imitation is said to be the sincerest form of flattery, but imitation combined with ignorance is just plain dangerous. Stemming from the fear and calamity of Trumpismo is a very curious trend. People of the Left are arming themselves. With … Continue reading

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Firearms Friday: “Pro Tips on Zeroing a Carbine”

By way of WRSA– read THIS and watch the videos embedded. That’s good stuff, and the object of that exercise is essential in our trade. (BTW, Point #7 is absolutely true.) I’ll end with my own comment– allow a good … Continue reading

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“Sniping in France,” by Major H. Hesketh-Prichard

A truly wonderful find on the internet, coming by way of WRSA (I think), about British Army snipers on the Western Front in WWI, as organized by the remarkable Major Hesketh-Prichard. From the foreword by General Lord HorneĀ of Stirkoke, G.C.B., … Continue reading

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