Nesika Precision Custom Rifles

Nesika Sporter

Nesika Sporter

Nesika Firearms, a Freedom Group owned company based in Sturgis, South Dakota, have introduced a new line of custom rifles built on their own Nesika action. There are three models, the Sporter Rifle, the Long Range Rifle and the Tactical Rifle. Prices start at $3,499 for the Sporter and up to $4,499 for the Tactical.

Nesika Long Range

Nesika Long Range

Nesika Tactical

Nesika Tactical

Nesika Sporter Rifle Specs

  • Nesika Stainless Hunter action, receiver made from 15-5 stainless and one-piece bolt with CeraKote® finished 4340 CM steel
  • Douglas air-gauged stainless 24”and 26”barrel
  • Timney Trigger set at a crisp, three pounds
  • Stainless steel Oberndorf- style hinged floor plate
  • Leupold® QRW Bases
  • Sporter hand laid-up composite stock with aluminum bedding block
  • Guaranteed MOA accuracy, test target included

Nesika Long Range Rifle Specs

  • Nesika Stainless Hunter action, receiver made from 15-5 stainless and one-piece bolt with CeraKote® finished 4340 CM steel
  • Douglas air-gauged 26” stainless barrel, fluted varmint contour
  • Timney Trigger set at a crisp, three pounds
  • Leupold® QRW Bases
  • Stainless steel Oberndorf- style hinged floor plate
  • Varmint/Tactical hand laid-up stock with aluminum bedding block
  • Guaranteed MOA accuracy, test target included

Nesika Tactical Rifle Specs

  • Nesika Stainless Tactical action, receiver made from 15-5 stainless and one piece bolt from 4340 CM steel
  • Douglas air-gauged stainless barrel, 28’ Tactical contour, plus an AAC Blackout muzzle brake/suppressor adapter
  • All metal is coated with CeraKote® matte black finish for added protection
  • Timney Trigger set at a crisp, three pounds
  • 5-round detachable box magazine
  • Tactical hand laid-up composite stock with aluminum bedding block, spacer adj. length and adjustable cheekpiece
  • One-piece, stainless Mil Std 1913 rail with 15 MOA taper
  • Guaranteed MOA accuracy, test target included

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  • Mike N.

    Those prices would get you a pretty nice custom gun built around an aftermarket action like a Stiller.

    For that kind of money you would hope would guarantee better than 1moa, and that they’d use a nicer stock than a $300-500 Bell & Carlson. Looks like they use their bottom metal too.

    Not that there’s anything wrong with B&C per se, just for the cost they could at least give you something nicer, like an AICS, McMillan, or Manners stock. Heck Savage will give you a rifle with a McMillan stock for around $1300.