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October 16th, 2015

GAP Grind Kicks Off Today in Tennessee

GAP Grind Giddings 2015 G.A. Precision

The prestigious GAP Grind tactical match runs this weekend, 16-18 October, at the K&M Shooting Complex in Finger, Tennessee. The 2014 GAP Grind drew a huge turn-out, and this year’s Grind promises to top that — with more competitors and even tougher challenges. Held in association with the Precision Rifle Series (PRS), this year’s Grind features a Pro/Am format with professional and amateur competitors aiming for individual and team honors.

Lots of Action, with 20+ Stages
The GAP Grind is a notoriously challenging, “high tempo” match with minimal down time between stages. Over the course of 20+ stages, competitors will fire 200+ shots at a variety of steel, paper, moving, and reactive targets out to 1,200 yards. Target vary in size/difficulty based on the shooter’s position, distance, and time allotted. Most stages include “stressors” — i.e. time limits or required movement(s).

2014 GAP Grind Highlights Video:

Want to see what a “GAP Grind Experience” is all about? Then watch this video from the 2014 Grind. You’ll see a lot of movement through a wide variety of shooting positions. This ain’t no benchrest match, that’s for sure…

GAP Grind Giddings 2014 G.A. Precision

GAP Grind Guns by Giddings
Shelley Giddings, a skilled shooter of both firearms and cameras, attended the 2014 GAP Grind last week. While there, Shelley snapped some cool images of state-of-the-art tactical rifles. Here is a Giddings Gallery of Grind Guns. You can find more GAP Grind pix on Shelly’s Facebook Page.

Click any photo below to see a full-screen version.

GAP Grind Giddings 2014 G.A. Precision

GAP Grind Giddings 2014 G.A. Precision

GAP Grind Giddings 2014 G.A. Precision

GAP Grind Giddings 2014 G.A. Precision

GAP Grind Giddings 2014 G.A. Precision

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May 2nd, 2015

Hot-Looking Tactical Rig in J. Allen Enterprises Modular Stock

Here’s some eye candy for the tactical guys out there. George Gardner of G.A. Precision sent us some images of a cool tactical rifle. GAP fitted a Bartlein barrel to a Stiller TAC 30 action. The barreled action was placed in a J. Allen Enterprises JAE-700 modular stock by Performance Arms of Witchita, Kansas. On top is a U.S. Optics SN-3 scope in Badger rings, with an Atlas Bipod up front. Very nice rig, and the JAE-700 has some nice options installed, including an adjustable palm rest and rear mono-pod.

jae 700 GAP precision Rem 700 bolt action modular stock

jae 700 GAP precision Rem 700 bolt action modular stock


Permalink Gunsmithing, Tactical 9 Comments »
July 13th, 2013

6MM Creedmoor Brass Now Available at Good Prices

You’ve probably heard of the 6.5 Creedmoor, an excellent round for High Power and tactical applications. Well there’s a 6mm (.243) version of this cartridge — the 6mm Creedmoor. It has the same external dimensions (other than neck diameter) as the 6.5 version, but it lets you shoot the High-BC 6mm bullets at higher velocities. With a long barrel, you can push 105gr bullets an honest 3070-3100 fps with this cartridge. The 6mm Creedmoor has a large primer pocket and large flash hole (unlike Lapua’s 6.5×47 which has a small primer pocket, and small flash hole — like the 6mmBR). GA Precision 6mm Creedmoor 6.5 brass cartridge6mm Creedmoor Brass
If you’re interested in the 6mm Creedmoor, Hornady-brand brass is available right now at reasonable prices. Yesterday, GA Precision received 110,000 pieces of 6mm Creedmoor brass. Prices are:

$65.00 for 100 pieces
$325.00 for 500 pieces
$620.00 for 1000 pieces

That works out to sixty-two cents per unit if you buy 1000 cases. CLICK HERE to Order.

We have not tested the 6mm Creedmoor cartridge yet, but we know some shooters have had good luck with it. In design, the 6mm Creedmoor is quite similar to the 6XC, which is a proven High Power cartridge that has won many championships. If you want a mid-size 6mm cartridge, with brass that doesn’t cost $1.00 per case, the 6mm Creedmoor may be an option to consider. GA Precision says this about the cartridge: “The 6mm Creedmoor is an ideal cartridge for large-platform, semi-auto rifle for shooters who wish to utilize the long, high-BC modern 6mm projectiles. Compared to the .243 Winchester, the 6mm Creedmoor case is just under .130 of an inch shorter, perfect for the confines of a short-OAL AR-style magazine. This is an ideal cartridge for competitive shooters — charges easily reach 3050-3100 FPS while coming closer to the 100% volume capacity for powder charge, often resulting in lower standard deviations recorded.”

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June 4th, 2009

G.A. Precision Launches New Website with Enhanced Info

G.A. Precision builds some of the best tactical rifles currently available, such as the Crusader model shown below. The long-awaited updated and enhanced G.A. Precision website launches today, 6/4/2009 at 12:00 noon CST. G.A. Precision’s owner George Gardner (profile below) tells us: “The new site has enhanced features and navigation and a great deal of helpful new information. It’s still a work in progress. During the rest of this year we’ll add more pages…. You can also upload pictures of you and your GAP rifle to the site, as well as testimonials.”

G.A. Precision

Find Hidden Features for a Prize
George adds: “For the unveiling there are 8-10 ‘Easter Eggs’ on the new site. Some are clickable links while others are just hidden images. The first guy to email me with all of them will win a GAP/Strider Knife (retail value $375.00). The winner will be announced on this and other gun forums.”

George Gardner G.A. Precision

History of G.A. Precision
G.A. Precision was founded and started initially by George Gardner alone as a means of building competition rifles for local High Power and long range shooters. G.A. Precision has grown during the past ten years, moving through three different locations and adding 13 more employees. G.A. Precison currently builds rifles for over 300 law enforcement agencies, including FBI HRT Team Quantico, Chicago P.D. SWAT, Illinois State Police HRT Team, Cook County (Chicago) HBT. Coral Springs P.D., Florida, Kansas City MO P.D. TAC, Kansas City, KS P.D., Denton TX, Richardson TX. Dane County WI, and many others. G.A. Precision also specializes in building competition rifles for the increasingly popular long-range tactical matches held around the country. George Gardner is an active outdoorsman and shooter, regularly competing with the rifles he builds.

G.A. Precision Gladius
GAP Gladius with Manners T2A stock, 18.5″ Bartlein barrel, Nightforce F1

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