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Long Range Pistols Branson MO

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Ozarkshooters Sports Complex
(417) 443-3093
759 US hwy 65
Walnut Shade, MO
 
Cricket Creek RV Estates
(870)426-2661,(870)426-2664
Boat Dock Road
Omaha, AR
 
Ozark River Company
(417) 538-4848
7847 State Highway 173
Cape Fair, MO
 
Sweatt, Richard
573346735
232 Caulfield
Camdenton, MO
 
Pistols Plus
573348535
3515 Hwy 54
Osage Beach, MO
 
Bass Pro Sports
(417) 243-5200
1 Bass Pro Drive
Branson, MO
 
Cricket Creek Park C O E
(870) 426-3331
Boat Dock Road
Omaha, AR
 
Gunslinger, The
573636925
326 Cedar Rock Ln
Jefferson City, MO
 
Wright Guns
573636887
911 Missouri Blvd
Jefferson City, MO
 
Shupe, Michael L & Kristy L
573336503
21495 Hwy Y
St Robert, MO
 

Long Distance Lessons

A short course on extending your handguns range

Shooting sticks are helpful items when you find yourself shooting "out yonder." They are a great aid, especially when grass or brush prevent the hunter from getting in the prone position.

Rifle enthusiasts are not the only shooters who enjoy the challenge of long-range shooting. Handgunners also like to test their skills on long-distance targets in organized competition, informal plinking or varmint hunting. Whether it's a rock, tin can, varmint or steel silhouette, many of us enjoy stepping up to this unique, yet difficult quest.

There are several elements that affect the success of long-range shooting, but first I should probably define "long range." For the shooter with a .25 auto trying to topple a tin can, 25 yards can qualify as long range. For those using most magnum revolvers in a hunting situation, 100 yards is long range. On the silhouette field where any hit that knocks over the target is considered good, some shooters make 200-yard shots look easy.

When shooting long range, knowing the trajectory, or path of the bullet, is crucial. Revolver rounds like the .44 Magnum suffer a great deal in this regard when compared to bottle-neck rifle cartridges. Let's look at a typical situation with a 240-grain bullet going 1,500 fps, which would be a maximum load. With the gun sighted-in at 50 yards, out at 150 yards the bullet will drop an amazing 14 inches, and, depending on wh...

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