April 17th, 2011

Great Deal on Federal Gold Medal Match .308 — $20.00 per Box

Fed Gold Medal 308Experienced .308 shooters know that the 168gr Federal Gold Medal match ammunition often performs superbly in both factory and custom .308 Win rifles. We’ve seen this stuff shoot 1 MOA in an FN-FAL and close to half-MOA in a GAP tactical rifle. We won’t make any promises, but the reputation of this ammo speaks for itself. Right now, Champion Shooters Supply has Federal GM308M 168gr factory ammo for just $20.00 per box of 20 rounds. That’s 56% off Champion’s regular price, and way below what this ammo normally costs. Loaded with the 168gr Sierra MK BTHP bullet, this stuff is very high grade ammo at a very attractive price. NOTE: If you want it, order soon. Champion states: “Sale Supply is limited, once we run out we cannot continue this special price.”

Fed Gold Medal 308

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April 17th, 2011

Big Discount on Original Lyman Digital Trigger Pull Gauge

Digital trigger pull gauge lymanIf you’re on a tight budget, Lyman offers factory overstock products at bargain prices — up to 50% off MSRP. Right now you can pick up the original version of Lymans’ Digital Trigger Pull Gauge for $39.95 (product #7832248Q). This is listed on MidwayUSA for $54.99. The newer version, which is a light gray color with a slightly different housing, costs $69.99. The $39.95 Trigger Pull gauge is factory new and tested. This is an over-stock item, not a return or refurbished unit. AccurateShooter.com uses this very same black-handle “original model” digital gauge for our testing, and it has functioned great.
READ Lyman Trigger Pull Gauge Review.

Digital Trigger Pull Gauge (Original Model)
$39.95 On Sale! (Latest version is $69.95)
Factory new and tested. Original version. Includes case.

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April 17th, 2011

View Latest Top Shot Episode on History Channel Website

If you missed this week’s “Shakedown” episode of Top Shot, you can now watch the full episode on the History Channel website. We think this is one of the best Top Shot shows so far, because there is plenty of shooting, with modern guns, over interesting courses of fire — the kind you’d see at a multi-gun match. And the elimination round was a true skills test. This week’s “expert” is none other than Iain Harrison, the Top Shot Champion from Season One. Iain selected four firearms for this week, and they are good ones: Sig p228 (9mm), Browning High Power (9mm), AR15 (5.56×45), and FN-FAL (7.62×51).

Competitors shoot all four weapons in sequence, off-hand, over a timed course. To add challenge, each shooting station offers an unstable platform — with wood planks that swing, wobble, or bounce. At left you can see the AR15 station — a wood platform suspended by ropes. You’ll be surprised with the performance of some of the favored shooters (including Gunny Zins), and you’ll see why it may be a good thing that the U.S. Military switched from the 7.62 NATO cartridge to the 5.56 round. Most of the shooters had big problems with the heavier-recoiling 7.62×51 “battle rifle” at 100 yards.

CLICK HERE to watch Top Shot “Shakedown” Episode

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