Features of Long Range Rifle

Features of Long Range Rifle



hi I'm Richard Mann and this is gun sight instructor Corey Trapp you know Corey long-range precision rifle shooting is the hottest thing going right now and you ought to know better than anybody here a gun sight y'all are offering three classes and you teach them all right that's correct I teach the XLR the pr7 and the advanced precision rifle classes and by the way if you want to get in one of those you need to sign up early because they stay full don't pretty much shot so one of the things that I wanted you to help me with a lot of people are looking to buy their like their first long-range precision rifle but they're not exactly sure what features they need okay well fitting the rifle to the shooter is important so I would be looking for an adjustable buttstock something that has a length of pull and a cheap piece of judgment so you can get your eye to the telescope whether or not you decide to go with a traditional grip or a pistol grip is entirely personal preference you'll want a four end that supports a bipod with no flex or drift and then whatever other accessories you may need you may wish a threaded muzzle for either a muzzle brake or a suppressor or another muzzle device and then the most important things that you're going to need are a good optic that has a finger adjustable turrets right that's easy to read and ideally the calibrated reticle that matches that turret if you're in minutes get a minute reticle and if you're in mills get a mil reticle and then above all else we need a good trigger because that's your primary interface to the weapon frankly most of the guns you can buy at a big-box store shoot well enough they should probably shoot better than the guy driving it right the question is is can you make the rifle do what it needs to do and for that you need a trigger exactly I agree 100% Corey thanks for those tips thanks for watching and when are you coming to gun sight gun sight Academy originally the American pistol Institute was founded by former Marine Jeff Cooper in 1976 it's oldest civilian firearms training academy in the world with more than 50 instructors and 26 ranges covering 3,200 acres gunsight Academy trains thousands of civilians law enforcement and military personnel and cheer often called the Harvard of handguns and the Camelot of the great Southwest gun sight is freedom's backbone

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