We at Blue Mountain Precision along with National Rifle League are proud and excited to be a part of this amazing program that will give anyone the opportunity to compete in any of the NRL matches without having to own a custom rifle. This is how it works: If you are new to precision rifle … Continue reading “New opportunities for new NRL shooters”
I made this video for all the guys out there that say their rifle doesn’t feed right. Rifles need to be able to feed cartridges into the chamber slow, fast and everywhere in between. This is nessecary for a quick follow up shot in hunting or in PRS style competition rifle match. Well set up … Continue reading “Proper bolt action rifle feeding”
7 mm Remington Magnum cartridge was introduced to the public in 1962. For 55 years it has been a number one choice of caliber among many hunters for game of all sizes. We have built this rifle exactly a year ago and it already was hunted with on over 30 animals. It keeps proving hunt … Continue reading “African Safari Hunts with custom 7 mm Rem Mag”
Before my hunting season started I have asked our Facebook followers which rifle I should use to fill my cow elk tag. More people advised me to use 6.5-284 Norma. I thought I would use this rifle, but luckily for me Eric agreed to pack 7 SAUM as well. I finally made up my mind … Continue reading “Olya’s 900 yards elk hunt”
Why is the 6.5 mm Remington Short Action Ultra Magnum becoming such popular cartridge in the world of long range hunting and competitive shooting? I am hoping to help educate everyone and get some of these questions cleared up. Let’s start with how this cartridge came about, from what cartridge family and why it is so efficient.