Oversized bolt handles allow shooters rapid bolt manipulation, positive control, and greater clearance from the rifle’s optic.
After market bolt knobs come in two basic configurations; those that require the old knob be turned down into a threaded stud and those that remove the factory knob, drill a hole and install a stud to accept the knob. For this project, we will utilize the utilize the first kind.
Here we install a Brownells oversized bolt handle on a Remington 700 SPS.
Since its introduction in 1989, the 338 Lapua Magnum has been a popular cartridge. The 338 Lapua was designed as a military cartridge to bridge the gap between the 308 Winchester/7.62 NATO and the .50 […]
USMC M40A5 Build- Part 3: Receiver Truing, is the third part of Rifleshooter.com’s series, USMC M40A5 Build. With a goal of cloning the USMC M40A5 (M40A3) sniper rifle, USMC M40A5 Build- Part 1: Gathering the Parts, […]
Examine an older shotgun and you are bound to encounter a fixed choke. While less versatile then an interchangeable system, they worked well in their day. Before we get too far into the specifics of […]