A firearm and optics are only part of a system – you also need something to shoot through it! So, after a couple of days getting familiar with the lighter trigger through dryfire, it was time to make some noise.
The Ruger Precision Rifle’s Sexy European Cousin.
We decided on a roaving reporter format for this one – and Matt was kind enough to carry around an overly heavy and cumbersome camera for me all day. I promise to sort a shoulder mount next time Matt!
It’s such a good time to be a competition shooting in NZ! A first look at the DMK22 from Kriss.
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.
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!
The Bradley Cheek Rest is a simple, robust solution to give you the best possible cheek weld, without having to permanently modify your firearm.
Now, this isn’t the sort of rifle you’d perhaps expect from us, as “Precision” is our mantra.