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The Complete Guide to Your Iron Sight Zero

Most articles walk you through the basic steps of getting your iron sights zeroed, but they lack an explanation of why you're doing the steps you're doing. Let's change that.

Combat Strong: Analyzing the New Army Combat Fitness Test

I recently got the chance to speak to Dr. Whitfield East, the research physiologist for the US Army Center for Initial Military Training (CIMT). You’ve probably never heard of him, but he is responsible for leading review and analysis of military physical fitness training for the Army. More importantly, he’s a key player in developing the Army’s new Combat Fitness Test. During this interview, we cover several important topics including the history of combat fitness testing; how military physical training evolved over time; how the new ACFT came to be; and what a training program for the average guy like ...

The Minuteman Marksmanship Challenge

Welcome back to another Marksman Challenge. For this one, we're balancing speed and precision, while also giving a shout out to the guys at the Revolutionary War Veteran's Association (RWVA) for their excellent work in the Appleseed program.

Lessons Learned in the Wilderness

This episode of Everyday Marksman Radio is a bit more improvised than what you’ve heard so far. I’ve been doing a lot of writing, talking, and interviewing about the guns and shooting side of the house. For this session, I wanted to pivot a bit more towards the survival and skillset side of things. In this episode, I’m going back into some of my adventures to talk about two in particular. One was a fantastic three-week canoe trip through Northern Canada, the other was a jaunt along a section of the Appalachian Trail.

Go Shoot the Gun: A Defense of the Mighty .308

This post is a little more off-the-cuff than my usual, but it's something that's been weighing on my mind lately. Producing the new podcast is quite the learning experience. I don't say that just about the technical audio stuff, either, but the wisdom of the folks I'm talking to. To date, I've talked to four very experienced shooters across the tactical and competition realms. I've asked all of them about the caliber wars, and where things like .224 Valkyrie or 6.5 Creedmoor fit in. Though I keep waiting for the answer to change, it doesn't: shoot the .308.

Reinventing the Wheel [Gun]: An Interview With the Revolver Guy

You know, I’ve never thought about it much but I know very little about revolvers. As someone who is a confirmed ballistics and firearms nerd, I’ve never actually learned anything about an entire class of firearms that dominated the personal defense scene for most of modern history. My guest on the podcast today, Justin Carroll, is here to help with that. Justin is a former a US Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance member turned personal digital security expert. He’s also the Editor and Chief of Revolver Guy. Justin has published articles for GUNS Magazine, American Handgunner, and currently writes for Lucky ...
ACOG TA-110 from the front and on its side

AR-15 Optics: Making the Best Choice for You

Like barrels, triggers, and all the other choices, Ar-15 optics are a challenging one. There's a lot of misunderstanding and "fluff" out there. I want to take a few moments and discuss some thoughts on optics selection.

The Marksman’s Path

Today I want to talk a little about something I call The Marksman’s Path. No, I’m not referring to myself. One of the stated goals of this website is to build a better kind of citizen. I wanted to take a moment to discuss what that looks like. So settle in, press play, and let’s get to it.
Canadian C7A2

A Builder’s Guide to the M16A5 Concept Rifle

The M16A5 configuration, though somewhat ambiguous, is some of the most fun you can have with the AR15 platform. You might know it as any combination of collapsible stock and 20" barrel, but there is actually a history here I wanted to get into. At the end, we'll talk about building your own version.

Becoming a Sniper with John Simpson

I recently interviewed John Simpson, a veritable encyclopedia of sniper knowledge. He has a long history with Special Forces and Police sniping, has written several books on the topic, and regularly teaches courses. In this interview, we cover John's history as well as a variety of topics surrounding sniping.

Rucking 30 for 30 Marksman Challenge

The July 2019 Marksman Challenge is upon us. Last month the focus was on the fundamentals of rifle marksmanship, and this month we pivot to fitness. The theme of the month is rucking. So dust off your pack and let's get to work.

Welcome to the Show: Everyday Marksman Radio

In this first official episode of Everyday Marksman Radio, we cover the basics. Who am I, what are we doing here, and what you should expect going forward. Welcome to the show!

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