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A.H. Angerman’s 9 Benchrest Predictions from 1978

In the May 1978 issue of Precision Shooting, A.H. Angerman predicted the following about what benchrest shooters would be doing 25 years from May 1978. So how does Mr. Angerman compare to Nostradamus?  Lets take a look at which ones … Continue reading

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Smallest Hunter Class Group Ever Shot at 200m in Sweden

Email from Emil Haglund My name is Emil Haglund and I’m a BR shooter from beautiful country of Sweden. Last weekend I participated in a BR competition. I shoot in the Nordic Hunter Rifle Class. Rules states that the rifle… … Continue reading

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The next challenge – Who to put the rifle together?

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz Continued from: The Birth of A Rifle One of the perks to being a Ballistic Technician for Sierra Bullets is sometimes we can get our chambering done in house.  Since this was … Continue reading

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Mark Walker Accepts Position as Product Development Manager

Mark Walker joined the Sierra Bullets team in June of 2000 as a design draftsman. Over the last 14 years, Mark has contributed to every product and project produced by Sierra Bullets. He is a ballistics professional, a skilled gunsmith, … Continue reading

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Missouri State Long Range Championships

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz Following right on the heels of the IBS 1000 yard Nationals was the Missouri State Long Range Championships held at Vapor Trail Valley near Spickard, MO located in north central Missouri.  This … Continue reading

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2013 IBS 1000 Yard Nationals

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz It’s all over but the whining now but it all began with a trip down a pretty little lane on top of a wooded ridge in southern Missouri on Labor Day weekend. … Continue reading

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