BigJimFish Reviews a Mesa Precision Arms Crux custom ultra light hunting rifle in 6.5CM using Mesa's own bottom metal and Crux Titanium action, a McMillan Edge Carbon adjustable Game Warden stock, Proof carbon wrapped barrel, and TriggerTech Primary trigger. Rifle tested with factory ammo from Desert Tech, Copper Creek, Federal, and Hornady.
BigJimFish reviews a custom rifle in .223 Remington built by Kelbly's using their Atlas Tactical 700 semi-clone action, a Krieger barrel, Bix'n Andy TacSport Pro trigger, Grayboe Ridgeback stock, and MPA bottom metal. Rifle tested with factory ammo from Lapua, Copper Creek, Desert Tech, Federal, and Hornady.
Sniper’s Hide takes a first look at the new Vectronix Terrapin X laser rangefinder. This unit replaces the discontinued Terrapin laser that all the Sniper’s Hide members truly loved and embraced. The new Terrapin X is completely redesigned and is very different from the original model. With a similar advertised range of 11m to... Read more »
BigJimFish Review of Grayboe Ridgeback composite rifle stock for precision Remington 700 pattern rifles. Stock is a molded epoxy and fiberglass alternative to hand lay up stocks. Composition, bedding, fit, appearance, machining, harmonics, adjust ability, and suitability for PRS completion are discussed.
Guys like options, every day its Product A vs. Product B, which is better? It’s more than just opportunities; some people like the diversity when it comes to choices. An option out there for guys looking to get into a multi-caliber rifle system is the Ritter & Stark SX-1 Ritter & Stark The company Ritter... Read more »
Accuracy International Covert Larry Vicker’s from Vicker’s Tactical Channel takes a look at the Accuracy International Covert Rifle We traveled to Gunsite with Mile High Shooting and Larry Vicker’s to watch them film a few episodes of the Vicker’s Tactical Channel Here is my Covert in it’s case
Breathe new life into your 308, it’s a winning combination of Farther, Faster, and Flatter shooting bullet. The Warner Tool Flat Line Projectiles gave my 20″ 308, 24″ 6.5 ballistics ! See for yourself and be amazed. I have a fair amount of experience shooting solids, mostly in the 338 variety as I have been... Read more »