The Difference Between Spalling and Bullet Splash

Shooting

12th Nov 2017

The Difference Between Spalling and Bullet Splash

There are 2 key things to be aware of when shooting steel – spalling and bullet splash. However, do you know the difference and do you know the dangers of each?

Most shooters think that they know the difference or think that both are the same thing and others may get them the wrong way round. Ultimately, what you call it doesn’t make a difference; the important part is to be aware of each danger, its effects and how to avoid them.

5 Beginner Tips for Shooting Clay Pigeon

Shooting

7th Jul 2017

5 Beginner Tips for Shooting Clay Pigeon

Shooting clay pigeon for the first time can be a daunting experience. There’s this misconception that clay pigeon and other shooting sports are for pompous, uppity men with little time for the young (or old) new comers to the sport.

However, this couldn’t be further from the truth, most shooters welcome new comers and want nothing more than extra people to share their experiences and stories with, and for them to be safe whilst doing so.

First Focal Plane VS Second Focal Plane Optics

Airsoft, Defence, Shooting

2nd Jun 2017

First Focal Plane VS Second Focal Plane Optics

Optics are an important part of your rifle. Whether you’re into target shooting, hunting, airsoft or just the occasional plinking, the long range optics that you use are important to understand to get the most out of your rifle.

There are a number of different features and specifications that are available on rifle optics, particularly scopes. One of the ones you may have come across is the ‘focal plane’.

What is Simulated Ammunition?

Defence, Shooting

24th Feb 2017

What is Simulated Ammunition?

Since the invention of fire arms in the 1300s, there has been a steady and required need to tirelessly train with their use. Firearms have always been tricky to get to grips with as a first time user, so repeated drills and exercises are used to develop muscle memory. Developing a solid muscle memory and instinct for safe firearm use is the only way to operate efficiently in the field, without adrenaline and fear causing you to lock up or forget where the trigger is.

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