10:1 THE 1 MIL HOLD FOR A 10 MPH WIND

April 2nd, 2019

Shooting in the wind is part guesswork, part science and totally frustrating for newer shooters. As with any other skill, it takes a lot of practice to become a good shooter in the wind. A quick tour of YouTube and a Google search will yield several ways to get on target, but for this post, we’re going to provide a […]

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FROM THE GUN LOCKERS OF OAA

June 24th, 2018

Clean lines, quality components and tight groups; what more could you want? We love getting questions from our Facebook followers and one that keeps popping up is what kind of toys do we use to deliver the goods downrange. There are many who seem to think we are solely focused on tactical sniping and running sub-minute DMRs (is there really […]

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BECOME A COMPLETE SHOOTER

March 29th, 2018

A complete shooter can employ a variety of techniques to make their shot and make it count. Have you zeroed your periscope rifle? One of my business partners and I had an interesting chat the other day. Somehow the topic of self-awareness arose with regards to determining where one’s weakness lies in any given type of activity. I proposed that […]

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THE REALITY OF TRYING TO BE JUST LIKE (INSERT FAVOURITE SPECIAL FORCES UNIT HERE)

March 15th, 2018

In the right hands, the correct gear properly employed will always yield the best results. During a recent conversation with a prominent North American equipment distributor, I was reminded of the difficulties faced by companies distributing high-quality equipment and ammunition to public service agencies. Chief among those difficulties are organizations spending money on equipment without a significant trial period to […]

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