USMC Combat Pistol Program history and development In July 2015 I published Shooting the USMC Pistol Qualification: Combat Pistol Program (CPP) to share my thoughts on how the USMC’s pistol marksmanship program changed from when I qualified […]
In this post Rifleshooter.com will build a clone of the United States Marine Corps M40A3 Sniper Rifle. Replacing the M40A1 in 1999, and used by the Marines until 2009, the M40A3 is characterized by its […]
Welcome to the final installment of Rifleshooter.com’s USMC M40A5 build series, USMC M40A5 Build- Part 5: Bedding and final assembly. To read the rest of the series, see: Remington 700 (USMC M40A1, M40A3, M40A5) Q&A: […]
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!
Shooting a firearms qualification course is a great way to benchmark your proficiency. Pistol qualifications are among the easiest to replicate on your own. Typically taking places at distances of 25 yards and less, […]
USMC M40A5 Build-Part 2: Lug slotting the receiver USMC M40A5 Build- Part 1: Gathering the Parts provided an overview of the parts required to complete an M40A5 (or M40A3). In Part 2 of this series, the receiver […]
To read Rifleshooter.com’s M40A5 Build Series, see: Remington 700 (USMC M40A1, M40A3, M40A5) Q&A: What is a clip slot? Lug slot? Lugged base? USMC M40A5 Build- Part 1: Gathering the Parts USMC M40A5 Build-Part 2: […]