If you’ve ever been out varmint hunting (or worse yet, deer or elk hunting) and experienced the frustration of missing because you haven’t learned to sight in your rifle, then read this!
If you own a rifle, you should be able to hit what you aim at! More so, you should hit exactly where you aim every time you squeeze the trigger. Accuracy or the ability to hit your target at any range and under any condition is dependent upon many variables:
Before you can have rifle accuracy, you must first have Rifle Precision!
Rifle Precision is the ability to consistently shoot the same way providing tight shot groups every time.
Tighter rifle shot groups will allow more accurate adjustments to your rifle sights as you zero in your rifle at any range.
I want to reinforce the fundamentals of consistency which are the Fundamentals of Marksmanship!
Do your Shot Groups look like A, B, C or D?
The Precision Shooting Program Can help You Achieve
Rifle Shot Groups like Groups G and Better!
The FFL Kit shows you exactly what you need to do, how to fill out the forms and help you understand the full process.
Here’s a tip – do yo have friends, family, hunting buddies, neighbors or folks you work with that need or want guns? Well, there’s no reason you can’t be the one to source those, make a few dollars in the process and save them some money in the process. Plus, it will help you fund your own collection.
You owe it to yourself to find out if it’s right for you. If nothing else, use the information in the kit to find other FFL dealers in your area that you could source guns or transfer guns through. (That’s a $100+ tip for ya….)
Get the FFL KIT now. And start enjoying the freedom to purchase what you want…and make money in the process!
Savage 93 .17 HMR Vmax penetration test with 800 page book!
Here’s a fun thing to do on the range! Get out all those old books and shoot at various ranges with different loads and bullet types to see what type penetration and bullet expansion you get!
The .17 HMR would loose a lot beyond 100 yards but sure is sweet within 50 yards or so.
See what you think: