Introducing the La Chassis 700 from Grey Birch Manufacturing

Grey Birch Manufacturing is proud to introduce its new Remington 700 compatible chassis, the La Chassis 700. Based off of the original La Chassis for the Ruger 10/22, the La Chassis 700 is the culmination of everything that Grey Birch Manufacturing has learned from their success with their rimfire products. The new La Chassis 700 is already on sale and the first 75 units are being sold at a 20% discount over the standard priced chassis.

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CZ Announces New Ultra-light CZ 457 Carbon .22LR Bolt Action Rifle

Official launch site is here: http://bit.ly/3QBQ8fc

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[VIDEO] Aero Solus Review at Thunder Ranch

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves does an all-around poor job of reviewing the Aero Solus, but he gets an assist from Clint Smith of Thunder Ranch. Not much of a bolt action or PRS guy himself, James stumbles through this review of Aero’s reasonably priced and highly customizable bolt action rifle. James uses the .308 Competition model in this video, but the possibilities are endless from Aero and its Solus ecosystem. As a bonus, James also uses the budget-friendly Lahar-30 suppressor.

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Leupold Optics Academy – Day 2 & 3

The start of day two at the Leupold Optics Academy began with us confirming our 100 m zero on the Seekins Precision Havak HIT Pro rifle. We would then run a course of fire similar to the previous day, but this time it was at a much more rapid pace. This course of fire was also taking place earlier in the morning with the sun directly facing us. I’m happy to report that even with a lot of sunlight hitting the front of our optics, seeing down range was still really easy with these Leupold scopes. Of course, it really helps when you have an extended hood on the front of your scope as well.

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Wilson Combat NULA Model 20 Bolt Action Rifle

Introduced in 1985, the New Ultralight Arms (NULA) Model 20 was an extremely lightweight bolt action rifle weighing less than five pounds in short action chamberings like the .308 Winchester. In 2022, Wilson Combat acquired the New Ultralight Arms a now, about a year later, they came up with the updated version of this legendary rifle. Let’s take a closer look at the Wilson Combat NULA Model 20 rifle.

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CMP Auctioning Naval Special Warfare Mark 13 Mod 3

The Civilian Marksmanship Program has an absolute unicorn up for auction, a true Mark 13 Mod 3 sniper rifle. This .300 Win Mag looks like it could tell some GWOT war stories if it could talk. It’s not every day that a gun like this is available to the public, so let’s take a look at this rifle.

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Remington To Include Timney Triggers In All 700-series Rifles

In a recent Instagram post, Remington announced that all new Remington 700 rifles will feature Timney triggers. Yes, that’s right, all Model 700 rifles, including the base model. This is exciting news as an aftermarket trigger is one of the most popular upgrades for any bolt action rifle.

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Introducing the New HOWA Superlite from Davidsons

Davidson’s, in collaboration with Legacy Sports International and Howa, proudly presents the exclusive edition of the Howa Superlite rifle. Whether you’re a seasoned shooter or a firearms enthusiast, the Superlite is set to revolutionize your shooting experience.

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Proof Research LATITUDE Rimfire Rifle

Proof Research are expanding their rifle line into the rimfire world with the introduction of the new Latitude bolt action rifle. The Proof Research Latitude is a precision rimfire rifle built with premium components and comes with a factory guarantee of 1/2 MOA accuracy at 50 yards. Let’s take a closer look.

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New SAKO 90 Bolt Action Rifle Line

Finnish firearms manufacturer Sako have just released a new family of bolt action rifles called Sako 90 which is apparently the successor of the recently-discontinued Sako 85 line of rifles. The Sako 90 series will initially include seven models designed for different types of hunts and user preferences. Let’s take a closer look.

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MDT Releases 10-round Magazine For Howa Mini Action

Modular Driven Technologies, also known as MDT, is a major producer of rifle chassis systems. They also produce magazines for those rifles. The newest addition to their magazine lineup is a 10-round magazine for the Howa Mini Action series.

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TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #68: An Important Aero Precision Update

On today’s podcast, we are bringing back Kirk from Aero Precision to talk about a few different topics. First and foremost is their recent lawsuit that was filed against the State of Washington opposing the recently passed Assault Weapons Ban. Obviously, this piece of legislation has had a major impact on the business in a number of ways. Today Kirk gives us some of his personal thoughts as well as some of the company’s official thoughts on how business is going to happen moving forward, and what they can do in the meantime to help the residents of Washington legally retake their rights. In addition to that, we’ll dive into some talk about Aero’s new cold hammer forged barrels, and some sneak peeks at new items possibly coming to the Solus bolt-action lineup. Please welcome back Kirk, from Aero Precision to the show!

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Straight Pull vs. Bolt Action Rifles: Which is Better?

In this video, we’re going to compare straight pull rifles to traditional bolt action rifles using two .30-06 guns. Both types of rifles have their pros and cons, but which one is the better choice?

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Remington Reintroduces the Model 783 in 7 Different Calibers

Back in 2013, RemArms introduced the new Model 783, a bolt-action rifle that was eventually driven to the bottom of the price list for Remington after the discontinuation of the Remington 770. In addition to the perception of the Model 783 being a “cheap” rifle and with everyone focusing their money elsewhere in the market (specifically a clamor for AR-15 rifles), the Model 783 really just didn’t sell well – something that Remington is attempting to change today with the reintroduction of the Model 738.

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German JAKELE J1 Straight Pull Bolt Action Rifle

Straight pull bolt action hunting rifles are extremely popular in Europe for multiple reasons. They are manual repeaters which makes them legal in most countries, and they are pretty much as reliable as a regular turn-bolt bolt action yet are much faster. These rifles are a great blend of reliability and speed, perfect for a driven hunt which is a very popular type of hunting in the Old World. No wonder why the majority of straight pull rifle makers are from Europe (Blaser, Strasser, Merkel, Heym, Beretta, etc) although American companies have a presence in this market too (Savage, Browning, etc.). In this article, we’ll take a look at a new German straight pull bolt action rifle, the Jakele J1.

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