It’s such a good time to be a competition shooting in NZ! A first look at the DMK22 from Kriss.
So far so good. As a rangefinder, I knew it was going to do the job – what will be interesting in the next couple of months – is if I find myself changing over the the ‘Sig’ workflow of doing everything in the unit and phone. We shall see…
The general public know a lot less about firearms in NZ than you might think. This is both a good and bad thing.
Despite having all the features you could want, for an insanely cheap price, one fatal flaw means this scope is likely on its way out.
The UFO Pro is my new go-to shooting pant. Tough, comfortable with all the pockets you could ever need. For a dedicated ‘field’ pant – they are going to be hard to beat.
While MOA is inherently has finer adjustments what MilRAD it makes sense to stick with what system you are already familiar with.
At some point, you have probably heard the term Ballistic Coefficient. People on ranges love to compare and argue about what bullet has a better BC. But what does it actually mean?
Firearms aren’t inherently dangerous. They are, after all, simply a mechanical device that requires a specific series of manipulations to fire. Treating every firearm as loaded becomes the first principle that the follows rules build upon.
It’s simple. You pick up a lever action and you feel like a cowboy. A revolution when it happened. The lever action rifle is now so intertwined with the lore of the cowboy. You can’t help but want to start swaggering the moment you pick one up.
The Ruger 10/22 – like Lego, but for men!