Custom Rifle Ammo
Make precision personal with our wide selection of custom rifle loads.
30 Super Carry
Hits like a 9mm Luger. Carries like a 380 Auto. Designed exclusively for defense.
High Over All
More reloads and better patterns for the most elite trap, skeet and sporting clays shooters.
Varmint & Predator
Get the most of rimfire with loads that offer both accuracy and violent expansion on impact.
There’s never been a muzzleloading system like this. See all the benefits that set FireStick apart to provide the most convenient, safe and consistent performance ever.
Hydra-Shok® Component Bullets
The bullet that’s defined self-defense for a generation is now available as a component.
Federal X Stone Glacier
Two great brands have finally come together. Don't miss your chance to own exclusive Federal-branded Stone Glacier apparel.
Model 2020 Waypoint Special Edition
We worked with engineers from Springfield Armory to create Custom Shop loads specifically designed for the utmost performance from the new Model 2020 Waypoint rifle.
Sometimes, it’s hard to stay away from distractions. Everyone’s mind can drift. It’s annoying, and it can also happen when you’re shooting. Keeping your focus can be difficult, but it’s necessary if you want to have confidence with your shot and effectively hit the target. Here are 5 tips to improve your concentration for more effective shooting sessions.
Have you ever considered meditation? There are plenty of misconceptions surrounding this activity, yet few know how much meditation can help your ability to focus. It trains your brain to shut down the many thoughts that would distract you, helping you concentrate on one specific thing: shooting.
2. Train Your Eyes
Your eyes are crucial when shooting, and they’re one of the main factors contributing to overall focus. You need to train them to deal with both static and moving targets, which is done through practice. Spotting scopes are also a great aid. They can be useful for both long-range competition shooters and hunting. A proper one usually has 20-60x magnification.
3. Keep Distractions Away
Shooting is no joke, and you don’t want a distraction to harm you or someone else. A Facebook notification is enough to make you rush—mentally or physically—toward your phone to check it. So, make sure your phone’s notifications are off, and you only use it for the Ballistic app while shooting.
4. Take Breaks
Sustained shooting sessions that don’t give your mind and body a break can easily break your focus. We all need some time off to regain our power and refresh our mind, and the same goes during a shooting session.
5. Focus on the Feeling
When shooting, from the moment the bullet leaves the barrel, you have a specific feeling that’s hard to replace. That feeling tells you whether your shot will hit the target or miss. By focusing on that feeling, you’re better equipped to concentrate and not think of distractions. Visualize the shot, feel the shot, and know it will hit.Follow these steps next time you head behind the scope to ensure better focus and an improved shooting session.
Long range isn't just a distance. It's a state of mind. And it's why we build Gold Medal Sierra MatchKing rifle loads.