Tag Archives: varmint hunting

Varmint Hunting in the Extreme

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks My fall hunting season had not allowed me to hunt as much as I normally do. There seemed to be little things that had to be done at each turn. The time … Continue reading

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Final Results of 4th Annual Coyote Challenge in Northwood, North Dakota

This year’s Coyote Challenge in Northwood, ND hosted by the Northwood Mens Club and the Save the Pool Committee was again a huge success. 75 teams from around North Dakota and Minnesota participated in this event. Ideal hunting conditions blessed … Continue reading

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Little Big Man

Written by Sierra Ballistic Technician Paul Box Back long ago and far away in my gun shop days a man walked into my shop that I knew well. Neil mentioned that a guy he worked with had a rifle for … Continue reading

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Are You Busy Saturday Night?

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box Back in 1968 my hunting buddy and myself decided to take our groundhog hunting to a new level. The year before we had hunted an eighteen mile diameter circle and took a … Continue reading

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And That’s How I Got That

Written by Sierra Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz I got my first crescent (scope eye) from a pre-64 Model 70 Featherweight 270 Winchester that belonged to Russell Green at the gunshop behind Englemann’s Shoe Store in Chillicothe, Missouri.  It was a … Continue reading

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Subsonic Bullet Recommended for 22 Caliber

Written by Sierra Ballistic Technician Robert Treece There are not a lot of jacketed bullets out there that will predictably open up at a sub-sonic velocities.  Varmints being smaller (less resistance) only makes the equation for a humane dispatch more … Continue reading

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Great for Targets – Not for Hunting

Written by Ballistic Technician Philip Mahin Although Sierra’s MatchKing bullets are recognized around the world for record-setting accuracy, they are not recommended for hunting because of their definition as a nonexpanding bullet. Despite this, hunters from all walks have used … Continue reading

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