TFB Weekly Web Deals 9: Precision Shooting Gear

Luke C.
by Luke C.

Welcome to TFB Weekly Web Deals 9. This week we’re going to talk about some precision shooting gear. Long-range shooting is a new discipline I’ve been taking up and last week I had the opportunity to attend a long-range precision shooting and reloading course that was really eye-opening. That being said, over the years, I’ve gathered a lot of recommendations for gear, firearms, and accessories that all seem to be favored by a good number of professional long-range shooters. So this week we’ll be checking out that gear as well as some other gear I’ve come to love over the years that are perfect for long-range precision shooting.

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TFB Weekly Web Deals 9: Precision Shooting Gear

The Ruger Precision Rifle

Sale Price: $1,516.99

Ruger’s Precision Rifle features an in-line recoil path which manages recoil directly from the rear of the receiver to the buttstock, providing maximum accuracy potential. The Ruger Precision MSR stock comes with QD sling attachment points and features a bottom Picatinny rail and soft rubber buttpad. Its left-folding stock hinge is attached to an AR-style buffer tube and accepts any AR-style stock. The length of pull and comb height are adjustable. Its 15″ free-float M-Lok handguard is made of aluminum and features M-Lok slots on all four sides, while the receiver and one-piece bolt are precision CNC-machined from pre-hardened 4140 chrome-moly steel. The 20 MOA Picatinny rail is ideal for increased long-range elevation capabilities. The cold hammer-forged chrome-moly steel barrel features 5R Rifling, medium-contour, and a Ruger Precision Rifle Hybrid Muzzle Brake along with an included thread protector. The Precision Rifle also has a Ruger Marksman adjustable trigger, ambidextrous manual safety, magazine well front that is contoured and precision machined from aerospace-grade 7075-T6 aluminum, and patented multi-magazine interface functions. This 6.5 Creedmoor model has a 24″ barrel and includes two 10-round Magpul PMAG magazines.

When it comes to precision rifle shooting, “budget” means something slightly different than anywhere else but I’ve found the Ruger Precision Rifle lineup (including the rimfire versions) to be superb in the accuracy department and of course, they also come with legendary Ruger ruggedness.

TFB Weekly Web Deals 9: Precision Shooting Gear

Pick up the Ruger Precision Rifle in 6.5 Creedmore for a sale price of $1,516.99 on

B&T Industries V8 Atlas Bipod

Price: $219.95

T10-NC-No Clamp model which has a block that accepts any 17S size lever style mount to include the ADM-170-S, ARMS 17S , TRAMP from Badger Ordnance and LT271.

The Atlas bipod is well renowned for its durability and adaptability. Probably the best bipod on the market!

TFB Weekly Web Deals 9: Precision Shooting Gear

Pick up the V8 ATLAS Bipod over on for a price of $219.95

Armageddon Game Changer Multicam

Price: $119.95

The Armageddon Gear Game Changer is literally a game-changer. It’s by far the best shooting bag I’ve ever used and is useful for a wide variety of shooting situations even if you’re not a competitor. It works equally as well on a fence post, the ground, or off of a shooting bench. Although the price is quite high compared to other shooting bags, I think the combination of thoughtful design, durability, and versatility more than make up for its high price point. You can pick up the Armageddon Gear Game Changer in Multicam right now for a price of $119.95.

TFB Weekly Web Deals 9: Precision Shooting Gear

Pick up the Armageddon Gear Game Changer Shooting Back for $119.95 from

Midway USA Pro Series Competition Shooting Mat

Sale Price: $41.49

Shooting mats are almost glorified blankets for gun guys but as opposed to blankets that keep you warm, we’re looking to keep our knees and our guns and ammo off of many random surfaces we might find ourselves shooting from. For a shooting mat to be good, it needs to be durable as well as large enough to encompass the length of the shooter to at least cover their knees and elbows. The Midway USA Pro Series competition shooting mat is both affordable and large enough to fit most shooters. Currently, on sale for a price of $41.49, there aren’t many other options out there that can match its quality at this price point.

  • Longer and wider with more robust padding
  • Heavy sewn webbing to preload your bipod
  • Two accessory pockets and two pen pockets
  • Elbow and knee pad areas are now made from a lighter colored material that holds well 
  • Includes 4 metal stakes
TFB Weekly Web Deals 9: Precision Shooting Gear

Pick up the MidwayUSA Pro Series Competition Shooting Mat on sale for $41.49 from

The Vortex Impact 1000 Rangefinder

Sale Price: $159.99 ($110 off)

Sometimes you need a piece of equipment that just works. Plain and simple. Enter- the IMPACT 1000 RANGEFINDER. This rangefinder delivers when it counts and does it accurately. Whether you’re chasing antlers in the backcountry, or sending lead 1000 yards down-range. The Impact 1000 is lightweight and durable enough to follow you anywhere.

Features of the Vortex Impact 1000 Laser Rangefinder

  • Fully Multi-Coated Lenses
  • Waterproof
  • Shockproof
  • Range in Yards or Meters
  • 3 Ranging Modes
  • Intuitive Display
TFB Weekly Web Deals 9: Precision Shooting Gear

Pick up the Vortex Impact 1000 Laser Rangefinder for $159.99 on sale over at

That’s all the long-range precision shooting deals we’ve got for you guys this week. Let us know if you’ve used any of the equipment or gear listed above and let us know how it worked out for you or if you’ve found a better deal somewhere else on the web! Thanks as always for stopping by to read TFB!

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Luke C.
Luke C.

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