The 40 Acre Puzzle

The 40 Acre Puzzle

Seen above: My family and I enjoy our 40 acre property for more than just deer hunting. The west four acres is used for family gatherings and parties. I have a rifle/pistol range on those four acres where we practice and do load development March through August. Even...
How to Build Your Own Shooting Range

How to Build Your Own Shooting Range

The top target shooters spend hours honing their skills on the shooting range improving their accuracy. If you’re ready to develop your own skills, take a look at what you need to know about building a shooting range at your home. You Don’t Need 10,000 Hours of...
10 Steps to Bedding Scope Rings

10 Steps to Bedding Scope Rings

Hello, everyone – Jason Stanley here. I have been shooting Benchrest since 2009, and ScopeShield has given me the privilege of sharing some of the techniques, tricks, and tips that I have learned at the range or in my reloading room. One of those topics is how...
The Top 5 Alaska Salmon Fishing Trips

The Top 5 Alaska Salmon Fishing Trips

Salmon fishing in Alaska is no doubt on the bucket list of every angler out there- and for good reason. After all, Alaska is known for the “king” salmon, also known as the Chinook, which is plentiful in many fishing expanses around the beautiful state of Alaska. If...
Rifle Season in Nebraska: 2018 Buck

Rifle Season in Nebraska: 2018 Buck

(Featured photo: 2018 Rifle Buck with Rem Mod 7 .243 and ScopeShield Action Express) Hello, everyone; Stanley here. This is a run-down on the 2018 rifle season buck I shot this year. Rifle season in Nebraska opened up on Saturday, November 10th, and went through...
Coating Bullets

Coating Bullets

Coating bullets is a process in which a top coat is applied to the outside of a bullet. There are three main top coats that shooters can apply; Moly (Molybdenum disulfide), Boron (hexagonal Boron nitride, HBN), and Danzac (Tungsten disulfide, WS2). For the remainder...