Tag Archives: Sundra

Perfecting Zero


Is there an ideal range for zeroing-in a rifle? Of course there is, but it obviously depends on the cartridge in question. I mean, you don’t buy a .450 Marlin with the idea of posting yourself on a stand where the average shot is 300 yards. Conversely, you don’t zero-in a 7mm Ultra Mag to print dead-on at 100 yards. Continue reading Perfecting Zero

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Hear What You’ve Been Missing – SportEAR Ghost Stryke


sundraremnesikariflehuntforever021214If there is one item we hunters and shooters should consider indispensable it’s hearing protection. If you’re like me — and if you’ve done any amount of hunting and shooting you are — you’ve lost some of your hearing. Me, I’ve lost about 35 percent in my right ear (I shoot right handed), and about 25 percent in my left. Continue reading Hear What You’ve Been Missing – SportEAR Ghost Stryke

Freedom Group DPMS GII – Testing the Lightweight Hunter


Bench accuracy is more than adequate at 100 yards.
Bench accuracy is more than adequate at 100 yards.

Back in the March-April installment of this column I mentioned that DPMS, one of several gun companies under the Freedom Group umbrella (Remington, Marlin, Dakota Arms, Bushmaster and H&R being the others), has come up with a lighter, more compact version of the AR-10. Called simply GII (for second generation), it’s stirring a lot of interest, particularly among the Continue reading Freedom Group DPMS GII – Testing the Lightweight Hunter