Hot on the heels of requesting an RFI for 36,000 thermal optics for GPMGs, Indian Army Infantry Procurement officials are putting out another RFI solicitation, this time for 5,000 rifles in .338 Lapua, no mention of scopes or thermal optics. In fact, the solicitation is [Read More…]
A source has told TFB that the New Zealand Defense Force will soon be announcing the adoption of the Barrett M82 for use as an anti-material rifle and the Sako TRG M10, chambered in .338 Lapua Magnum, as a long range sniper rifle. Our source, who has not led us [Read More…]
Now this is something that I did not expect to see make a technical comeback with the focus of modern firearms on rotating bolts. The new Alexander Arms .338 Lapua Magnum rifle (the “Ulfberht”) utilizes a flapper-locking bolt design. The base design was [Read More…]
Kevin shared some beautiful photos of if his Remington 700 .338 Lapua at a picturesque range in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. He wrote .. Shooting for the first time at my new rifle range in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, in Alberta. Edson Fish and Game association, [Read More…]
Ulf….what? Only Alexander Arms would name their semi-auto .338 Lapua Magnum rifle with an unpronounceable ancient Viking name. Ulfberht is a type of mythical Viking sword that were carried by few high ranking Viking elites and chieftains. The .338 Lapua Magnum [Read More…]
Gregor sent us this nifty photo of his new PGM 338 chambered in (you guessed it) .338 Lapua Magnum. He has fitted it out with a S&B 5-20 Ultra Short scope, Era-Tac QD mount and a Harris Bipod. It is one handsome rifle in my opinion. The PGM 338 is made by PGM [Read More…]
There is something magical about shooting or hunting in cold misty conditions. Thanks to Kevin for this photos of his Remington 700 in .338 Lapua.
You might well think that the catastrophic destruction of firearms caused by shooters leaving their cleaning rods inside their guns was a rare occurrence, but you would be wrong. It happens far to often. These photos show what happens when a cleaning rod is left in a [Read More…]