The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters

Firearm Accuracy Enhancement

ith many, many years under his belt managing a rifle range and after spending hours of trigger time with his own firearms, Wes Reed had developed a simple philosophy about how much practice was necessary. “I want to be so familiar with my rifle that if I miss (a very, very rare occurrence, by the way) I want to be certain it was my fault and not the rifle’s fault,” he

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