We’ve been fans of the Accuracy International Chassis System (A.I.C.S.) since its introduction. This robust stock provides shooters a solid platform for their precision rifles. The only downside we’ve found is the the thickness, weight and ergonomics of the system- especially when shooting in positions other then prone.
With a reasonable street price of less then $150, the ViperSkins are priced competitively with stock replacement skins and available in a wide range of colors, action lengths, left or right handed, for both folding and fixed stocks variants of the A.I.C.S.
Rifleshooter.com and Brownells modify a factory barrel with startling results Our readers know we are huge fans of the Remington 870 and spend an inordinate amount of time tinkering with ours. As we write […]
We keep cutting barrels and they keep getting shorter! Life is a series of choices involving some sort of compromise- just like building a rifle. When configuring a bolt action rifle, many compromises must be […]
The 260 Remington has gained quite a following in recent years. Adopted by SAAMI in 1999, this flat shooting 6.5mm cartridge housed in a necked down .308 Winchester case and affords the shooter, especially the […]