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I interview top gun industry professionals to gather opinions on equipment, techniques, and gun industry trends for YouTube.

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Totally diggen this little mini chassis from @blackcollararms. This pistol build is a suppressed 6 inch 300 blackout on a Rem700 action and Sig BDX scope. Much fun to be had with this. . .



1 of 3: See profile for full Pork Sword image.⁣ ⁣ .⁣ ⁣ In this panorama you have a 10 inch 308 bolt action pistol inside a Black Collar Arms Pork Sword chassis. This is probably one of the coolest "just for fun" builds ever. ⁣ ⁣ ⁣



2 of 3: See profile for full Pork Sword image.⁣ ⁣ .⁣ ⁣ In this panorama you have a 10 inch 308 bolt action pistol inside a Black Collar Arms Pork Sword chassis. This is probably one of the coolest "just for fun" builds ever. ⁣ ⁣ ⁣

3 of 3: See profile for full Pork Sword image.⁣ ⁣ .⁣ ⁣ In this panorama you have a 10 inch 308 bolt action pistol inside a Black Collar Arms Pork Sword chassis. This is probably one of the coolest "just for fun" builds ever. ⁣ ⁣ ⁣



Dialing for dollars with the US Optics LR-17 on a sweet Alamo Precision 6.5 Creedmoor. . . Build: 24 inch sendero profile Mullerworks barrel on a Curtis Custom Axiom with Timney Calvin Elite, in a Grayboe Renegade stock. . .

Quick lunch break at the range with this sweet build by @shield_sights @tharros_industries @blowndeadline. That dueling tree was singing some tunes. 😎 . .



One of the coolest little builds ever. This @blackcollararms Pork Sword is freaken awesome. I can wait to get some range time with this thing. Pictured is a 6 inch 300blk on a Rem 700 action. . .

Im on a bit on an @alamoprecisionrifles kick right now. The combo barreled action combo in the @grayboe Ridgeback is so awesome. Starting some load development this weekend. 💯 . .



I've been lucky enough to be able to play with a few custom rifles and this @alamoprecisionrifles is head and shoulders above the others. So smooth and insanely precise. . . This build is a @curtis.custom Axiom, amullerworks barrel, @grayboe Ridgeback stock, @timney_triggers Calvin Elite, abd a Sig Tango 6 (@usoptics_official B17 coming soon) .

Every time I take this @alamoprecisionrifles.6.5 Creedmoor out it shoots like this with the @hornadymfg Match. I love tinkering with load development and reloading but when I dont have time this will do. . This build is a @curtis.custom Axiom, Mullerworks barrel chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, @timney_triggers Calvin Elite in a @grayboe Ridgeback stock, topped off with a @usoptics_official LR17. All put together by @alamoprecisionrifles. .



I just started uploading video clips from an amazing interview about .22lr precision rifle. @vudoogunworks is at the top of the food chain when it comes to custom precision rifles chambered in .22lr and precision 22lr research. This is a much watch for anyone interested in NRL22 or other precision .22lr competitions. . . We will have 12 short videos will be uploaded over the course of a week or so and then the full 43 minute interview will be posted shortly thereafter. . . Link in the bio . .

If your interested in red dot sights then you may want to tune into what James White of @shield_sights had to say. Just posted the full interview up on youtube. Link is in the bio. . .



Quick thoughs on the @sigsaueroptics Zulu 9. . . As mentioned in the past 2 posts, I got to play with some new kit during last seasons deer hunt. . . This was my fist time taking binoculars out to glass the surroundings. In the past I would simply glass through the scope on my rifle. When I confirmed my order I didnt realize how big they were. My plan was to stick them in the @highspeedgear EOD pouch but I ended up throwing them in the backpack until I got into a suitable possition to set up. . . I really had a great first experience with the Zulu 9. The field of view was very sharp and the focus has the perfect tention for easy focusing. The rubber housing felt great in the hand and gave a feeling durability. I didnt have to worry about scratching up some anodized . I found myself glassing for hours without any eye strain or getting tired from holding a rifle to glass. . . A couple points to mention that when i had the sun at my 1-3 and 9-11 I would get bad shadowing that I think was coming from the eye piece. If I covered that area with my hand it would go away. The other point is the lens covers that come with it . They fall off everytime I take the binoculars out of the pack and are a to keep on in general. Besides those minor points I really like the Zulu 9 and Im going to look at picking up the Zulu 5 to better fit my HSGI kit. . .

The NEO chest rig from @highspeedgear let me build an on hunting rig just the way I wanted it. . . In the photo You will see I configured it with a Soft Taco on my left side to keep water handy. In the center I put the Mini EOD to keep a bunch of odds and ends easily accessible. I like that the Mini EOD has some internal organization features to further hold things in place. On the right side is the Bleeder / Blowout med pouch with a med kit from 3C Medical. I figure if I'm out in remote areas with a rifle and other people shooting, that having a basic med kit was worth the extra weight and space. In top is the Mini map v2. I think I'm going to swap this out for a Poggy pouch to get a shorter profile and more internal volume. The Mini Map has mag pouches in the back and extra elastic underneath to hold a pop flare. Just a few features I don't need on a deer hunt. . . A full written review is live on the website. . .



This past hunting season I had a chance to play with some kit from @highspeedgear @sigsaueroptics and @desert_tech in the mountains of Utah. Couple quick thoughts. The @highspeedgear Neo Chest Rig with EOD pouch, Soft Taco, Med pouch, and Ain pouch was a great solution for keeping essentials close. . . The Mini EOD pouch carried a few extra rounds, cliff bars, a Sig Kilo 2400 rangefinder and a few other ods and ends. The Soft Taco carried a 1000ml water bottle, the Bleeder / Blowout med pouch carried a Trauma Micro QC kit from 3C Medical. The Mini Map v2 carried a Kestrel, cell phone, and multi-tool. The whole kit was balanced and fit scure to the going up and down terrain and crawling th brush. Super happy how it performed for me. . . The @sigsaueroptics Zulu 9 and Kilo 2400 ABS are top quality. The Zulu 9 was a little bigger then I would have liked for my approach to a glassing location. It spent the walking portion in my @eberlestock Gunslinger because it was to big for the EOD pouch and was a little heavy to hand hold for the walk. Once at the location the Zulu 9 was awesome. Super clear glass with great contrast and sharp focus. Plenty of zoom for the area I was in with shots under 1000 yards. The Kilo 2400 is the perfect size to stash away and easy to access and deploy on the fly. The unit I had was having trouble past 700 yards but comparing to my buddies at home i obviously had something going on with mine. Its being swapped out now. . . The Desert Tech SRS A1 is a bit heavy but I never have any doubt about hitting my target with it. Consistent .5 MOA, crisp trigger and i have more time with this rifle / 308 conversion then anything else. I don't mind a little exra weight in a rifle, my time in the infantry warped my mind in regards to carrying weight in the field. Hit me up in the comments or DM if you have any questions about the kit and I'll share what I've experienced with it. . .

Whenever I picked up a pistol with an RDS I found myself having to fish around for the dot. Im sure with practice on any given set-up it would become second nature. From day one with the RMS, I picked up my sights like normal and the dot was right there. The low profile stance of the RMS is legit. . .



In my recent write-up on the @shield_sights RMS, I mention the difference between a coated lens like the RMR and the non-coated lens like on the RMS. The clear lense gives a bright non-obstructed view that is great for most shooting scenarios. Where the non-coated lens falls short, is the rot can get washed out in extrememly bright situations like a powerful flashlight against a light colored wall. A coated lense blocks some of that light and the dot remains visable. The right choice is up to you and your given application. . . .

Just published the write-up on the Shield RMS to ShooterOpinions.com. After using this sight for over a year, I was ready to put an article together about Shield Sights and the RMS. I love this sight on my G19 cut by @j_and_l_machining_works. I had them machine out the rear sight to get the lens further away from the breach. The built in cut on the RMS is perfectly aligned with my front sight post to register perfect hits. Go to the website and check out the full write-up. . .


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