Gear ReviewsLong Range ShootingPrecision RIfles

MDT XRS Chassis: Chassis features with traditional stock geometry and feel

BigJimFish Reviews the MDT XRS Chassis system for Remington 700 SA, Savage SA, Tika SA, Howa 1500 SA, and Rem 783 SA pattern rifles. Chassis has a hybrid plastichassis construction with traditional stock geometry. Composition, design, fit, appearance, machining, adjust ability, and suitability for PRS completion are discussed.
Long Range ShootingRiflescopeSniper Rifles

Zero Compromise MPCT3 Reticle Detailed Explanation

By now you’ve probably seen and heard a lot about the new ZCO reticle called the MPCT3. This new reticle has many small details that may go unnoticed until the reticle is being used. Because we’ve talked to numerous shooters around the world who are curious about the MPCT3, we’ve noticed a trend that most of these shooters hadn’t realized some of the smaller details in the reticle. We’ll describe these details and explain the advantages of them.
Gear ReviewsLong Range ShootingPrecision RIfles

MDT XRS Chassis: Chassis features with traditional stock geometry and feel

BigJimFish Reviews the MDT XRS Chassis system for Remington 700 SA, Savage SA, Tika SA, Howa 1500 SA, and Rem 783 SA pattern rifles. Chassis has a hybrid plastichassis construction with traditional stock geometry. Composition, design, fit, appearance, machining, adjust ability, and suitability for PRS completion are discussed.
Gear ReviewsPrecision RIflesSniper Rifles

Mesa Precision Arms Crux Custom Rifle and Titanium action review

Shooting steel at 1000yds with the Mesa Precision Arms Crux Introduction I first learned of the Mesa Precision Arms guys when I was doing the Grayboe Ridgeback stock review earlier this year. Prior to using their own branded bottom metal, Grayboe used the MESA bottom metal. While sourcing the bottom metal for the Grayboe review …
AccuracySniper Rifles

Get Civilized People, Suppressors Rock the Cat Box

Suppressors are a tool, and like any tool, they should be used in the proper context. They are broken down into niche applications, from precision rifles to sub-guns with high rates of fire used in close quarters. In other words, you don't want to mix applications if you can help it. That does not mean you cannot crossover a suppressor from one system to another. The results may vary, the basic principle of sound suppression not as much.

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Frank is a legend in the sport. Nuggets of knowledge just flow out in these podcast. I teach people to shoot long range for a living, and I spend many a morning listening to Frank and his guests.

Richard Cranium

Love what your doing with length of pull. I run all my guns short and I’m 6’2”. Couldn’t agree more about “avoiding the hunt.”

Peter Thompson