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Not what you’re looking for? Find more articles on hunting gear!   An additional option for shooters looking for maximum accuracy Hunters who like tinkering with guns in order to wring maximum performance from their firearms often miss an important option. Rimfire shooters chasing maximum accuracy will already be testing various kinds of factory ammunition in their rifles and finding that one brand shoots the best, then stocking up on that product. That’s a great first step, but for the true experimenter, there’s another angle left to explore – tuning the rifle with a torque wrench. It’s an overlooked step … Read more »

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Not what you’re looking for? Find more articles on hunting gear! Accurate shooting begins with a properly tuned bow Today’s compound bows are intricate, high-tech pieces of equipment. Depending on whether a bow is a dual cam, a cam-and-a-half or a single-cam bow, each will be tuned just a little bit differently. That said, in general, all compound bows have interdependent parts and, as such, they must be tuned so that those components work in synch. At the same time, it’s important to acknowledge that anything that needs tuning can, and will, eventually go out of tune. Strings stretch and … Read more »

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