Articles from ajole

  1. Comparing the Ruger 10/22 Take Down with the Marlin Model 70PSS (Takedown)

    Comparing the Ruger 10/22 Take Down with the Marlin Model 70PSS (Takedown) By Al Jole This isn’t your typical gun writer styled review. I have opinions, and I don’t care who doesn’t like them. I have both the Ruger and the Marlin. I like Ruger’s generally, I appreciate the 10/22 design, but I am not a real fan of various things about the typical Ruger 10/22, especially the prices, and the adulation heaped upon it by many online as the best .22 EVER!!!!! I also like Marlins, and I generally...
  2. A Simpler Method of Sighting in a Rifle

    A Simpler Method of Sighting in a Rifle by Al Jole Here's my simplified version of how to adjust the sights. Fire a group of three shots at the bullseye at your selected distance; 25 or 50 yards are decent ideas. (if you can't make a group, you may need to work on that first). Check the group...if it is left of your Point of Aim (POA), you must move your rear sight right. If the holes are too high, move your rear sight down, and vice versa. Basically, you always move your rear sight the...
  3. How to "Box Track" a Scope

    How to "Box Track" a Scope by Al Jole In the world of shooting, scopes are used in various ways. Some people zero the scope at a given distance and then simply hold over or use Kentucky windage on their shots to account for different ranges and wind conditions, putting their crosshairs above or to the left or right of the intended target. Others use scopes with adjustable "target turrets" to allow them to dial in the range and windage, so they can center the crosshairs on the target in any...
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