Inexpensive, reliable and easy to use, the Ruger 10/22 is a common first rifle for many shooters. While there are many expensive aftermarket upgrades, including match grade barrels and drop in trigger groups, some shooters have made […]
My friend Brian is an accomplished Police Officer for a major Northeastern department. When he isn’t working, he’s refining his painting skills. He sent me these pictures of an AR-15 he built for himself and […]
An essential tool for the precision rifle shooter, ballistic chronographs are used to measure the muzzle velocity of firearms. In addition to providing information about a given cartridge’s velocity, the ability to determine the standard […]
In 223 Remington/5.56 NATO, velocity versus barrel length: A man, his chop box and his friend’s rifle, we cut the barrel of a factory Remington 700 chambered in 223 Remington back one inch at a time […]
Precision rifle stocks versus chassis systems One of the bigger choices you’ll make outfitting your precision rifle is deciding whether to equip it with a traditional stock or a chassis system. Both have advantages, but […]
Happy 240th Birthday Marines! For those of you still in, enjoy every minute, you’ll miss it when you leave. To the prior service guys, thank you for the sacrifices you’ve made. -Semper Fi!
The Remington Model Seven is a compact and capable version of the Model 700 and a great basis for building a custom precision rifle. I ended up buying a few Model Seven receivers from Brownells for […]
Use of the 260 Remington in shooting competitions helped introduce a generation of US rifle competitors to 6.5mm cartridges. While long appreciated in Europe, the 6.5mm has developed a strong following on this side of the Atlantic. […]