Monthly Archives: July 2020

Tuesday Tech Tip – Labradar and Light Loads

By Mark V. Lonsdale, STTU The training never stops and the goal is to learn something everyday. Yes, we have all learned that the radical left social democrats are willing to destroy our 1st and 2nd amendment rights (free speech … Continue reading

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.243 Winchester – Peterson Brass and the Berger 109 Hybrid

By Mark V. Lonsdale Growing up hunting, the .243 Winchester was one of the most popular light deer rifles. It was also a popular caliber for long range target competition shooting. The Sierra 107 SMK was the most popular 600 … Continue reading

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The Ideal Truck Gun

By Mark V. Lonsdale Warning: Be sure to check out state and local laws and ordinances when storing or transporting firearms in a vehicle. Let’s first define a truck gun. For anyone who has worked on a ranch, it’s a … Continue reading

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The Importance of a Pre-Range / Pre-Shooting Ritual

By Mark V. Lonsdale, STTU Over the years, I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve seen fellow shooters and competitors perform poorly or blow a match because they forgot a critical piece of equipment or failed to prepare adequately. … Continue reading

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