Weight. For some of us, the quest is to reduce weight down further and further. Why? Less weight, less fatigue, ability to go further, longer and more comfortably. Want the lightest? The Javelin Bipod, Kapita Tripod may be the answer.
The new Kestrel 5700 series brings several new features over the 4500 series and splits the units into two models. An entry level Sportsman version, and the one that you really want – the Elite with Applied Ballistics. Let’s have a quick look at the two.
What are the differences between the V3 and the cheaper Sporter version, which one should I get? Here there are: Magnetospeed V3 vs Sportster
I think one of the most common questions I get asked is regarding what level of security is required when applying for your A cat firearms license. Sadly, it is also often underpinned with the unvoiced subtext of ‘how little can I get away with to comply’.
The age old question. It’s usually made with good intentions – the new hunter, armed with $1k in the bank and a passion for shooting some deer just wants to know an easy answer, what rifle to buy. What cartridge?
The Kestrel is one of those items that can seem to have a bit of black magic about it. For those who haven’t used one, it is a small device that looks like a handheld GPS that long range shooters pull out of their pockets, point towards the target, hum and hah about for a…
The Ugly Rifles Club Series. This is probably what I am going to call my AR related posts from now on. Kerry and his mates are covering a whole lot of ballistics, hunting, bushcraft/skills, safety, bolt guns, etc. So that leaves a couple more areas that I think contributors to the blog should cover. AR,…
The KRG Bolt Lift is one of those simple, but very cool and useful modifications you can put on your rifle. Even modification might be too strong of a word, because it’s simply screw on, screw off with no permanent change to your bolt handle.
What a difference! The rifle already shot well (by my standards) but simply changing the chassis over shrunk it significantly.
The recent Tarata Medium Range Field Shoot gave me a great opportunity to test a couple of bits of kit.