Gear Review

Ransom Steady Rest

Ransom Steady Rest

| April 20, 2020 | 0 Comments

Testing the Multicaliber highly portable ransom rest.There are now options that can be had with this rest. You can add feet and there is potentially a padded vblock coming as well.   Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend

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CZ455 Trainer — The Best Iron Sights

CZ455 Trainer — The Best Iron Sights

| April 12, 2020 | 1 Comments

As part of the 22LR Callout Challenge over at dayattherange.com. I decided to remove the scope from my CZ 455 Trainer to compete against a few old-porch-dogs over at the reloaders network discord channel. That thin line 1.9inch target 50 yards away sure is hard to see. But the CZ trainer did boost confidence with […]

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Dayattherange Industrial Case Prep Corner

Dayattherange Industrial Case Prep Corner

| December 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Long before case prep centers were popular I had some pieces built for me that I believe will last a lifetime by CTS Engineering.  I finish up the case prep by checking sizing with my Sheridan Engineering Case Gauge. I know if it will fit in this gauge it will chamber in any rifle. I […]

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Ransom International Improves The Steady Rest

Ransom International Improves The Steady Rest

| December 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

Ransom International already makes great products. Their commitment to quality and their customers is like no other. They are large enough to have a wide customer base yet small enough to be agile and make adjustments in their relentless pursuit of perfection. The Multi Caliber Steady Rest was recently released and after many comments from […]

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Frankford Arsenal IntelliDropper — Quick Review

Frankford Arsenal IntelliDropper — Quick Review

| March 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

I decided to go ahead and do a quick overview of the New Frankford IntelliDropper. I only published this because a few friends asked me for the video. I did not do a complete review demonstrating every single feature, I am exchanging emails with Frankford asking if the drifting that I am seeing is normal […]

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