Category: Rifles

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Historical Benchrest competitions

The sport of benchrest shooting, wherein there are no shooting positions but the rifles are firmly supported by some type of media has become quite popular in the past few decades. It truly is wringing out the most in rifle accuracy between 100 and 500 yards. But where [Read More…]

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Marlin 1895 GSBL

Marlin has been making lever-action rifles since 1881, and in their early years the Model 1895 was a standout. Although the original M1895 was, indeed, created in the year of its name, the modern M1895 is actually based on the receiver of their Model 336 – made in [Read More…]

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Desert Tech MDR Prototype

Thanks to Henry Reed for this tip. Desert Tech recently posted a video showing a functioning MDR and does it look like fun. I found it interesting that the shooter does not wrap his thumb around the pistol grip. A technique usually seen for long range shooting.

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Musical Targets

Stand tall and stand proud America. Earlier we posted a video of a shooter playing some Beethoven on some steel targets. Well now comes Musical Targets. Here is a great reason to have high capacity magazines. So you can play music while exercising your freedom. You can [Read More…]

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SIG 716 Lightweight Prototype

Photos and information about a new SIG 716 rifle have leaked on the internet. Osage County Guns is reporting on a pair of photos posted on Pinterest. According to OCG, the rifle is a prototype of a new designated marksman rifle (DMR) being developed by SIG SAUER. The [Read More…]

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