Mail Call Mondays Podcast #13 – .22 Trainer and NRL .22 League

This week we talk about .22LR training rifles and the NRL .22 League.
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Mail Call Mondays Podcast #12 – Reloading Scales, Hit Indicators, Support Bags and More!

This week we talk about Reloading Scales, Hit Indicators, Support Bags, the Remington 700 84204, getting your dope at limited rage and rangefinder options under $250.
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Mail Call Mondays Season 6 #18 – Reloading Scales, Hit Indicators, Support Bags and More!


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Ruger Precision Rifle Safety Bulletin

Ruger has identified a problem with Ruger Precision Rifles with the aluminum bolt shroud. Some rifles may experience interference with the firing pin that can cause light strikes. In severe cases, it may cause failure to fire when the trigger is pulled, then cause the rifle to fire when the bolt is touched.

This is not a recall, but Ruger has setup a program where owners of affected rifles may apply for a free replacement bolt shroud. Ruger advises that if you have fired more than 100 rounds through your rifle without any light strikes or other issues, your rifle is “unlikely to be affected” and no further action is necessary.

Possibly affected serial number range is 1800-26274 to 1800-78345 OR 1801-00506 to 1801-30461

Full details on the issue are available in the Safety Bulletin PDF.

Mail Call Mondays Podcast #11 – Traveling with Gear, Loading the Bipod and Wind

This week we talk about traveling with shooting gear, loading the bipod, wind reading and our 6.5 Grendel update.
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Mail Call Mondays Season 6 #17 – Traveling with Gear, Loading the Bipod and Wind


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Mail Call Mondays Podcast #10 – TriggrCon, Full Conceal, Mantis, Inforce, 2A Armament and more!

This week we talk about some of the cool and strange products we saw at TriggrCon in Tacoma, WA.
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Mail Call Mondays Season 6 #16 – TriggrCon, Full Conceal, Mantis, Inforce, 2A Armament and more!


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Accuracy International PSR Magazines on Sale at Brownells

Accuracy International Magazines are not cheap, but they are quality components. We were happy to see that Brownells currently has them on sale for $49.99. Get them while you can. These are real Accuracy International AICS ten round magazines with a Flat Dark Earth teflon coating. They are the same magazines used in the US Army’s Precision Sniper Rifle System. Click the image above or the affiliate link to Brownells Here to purchase.

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TriggrCon 2017

TriggrCon 2017 is a relatively new trade show held in Tacoma, Washington. John Hwang of Defense Marketing Group has assembled some of the best firearms and accessory manufacturers that the Northwest United States has to offer, as well as others from across the country. The show kicked off on Thursday with a industry only range day at a secluded location away from any possible protests (this is western Washington). Friday the show opened at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center for industry members only. Saturday and Sunday are open to the public. While many in the general public take offense to the “industry only” days, it offers a great opportunity for networking and allows media better access to bring coverage to shooters who are not able to physically attend the show.

While walking the isles I heard many exhibitors and attendees comment on how the show has grown from last year. Judging by the turnout this year, I expect that this show will continue to grow and possibly help fill the gap between each SHOT Show (typically held in January). There was a great assortment of innovation with a handful of the odd thrown in. There were even some glimpses of products that won’t be released publicly until the SHOT Show in January. Below is just a handful of the products we encountered. Continue reading TriggrCon 2017

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