performance shotgun barrel would consist of a lengthened
forcing cone, back boring (if the bore is undersized) setting
the choke up to your needs, or install choke tubes and barrel
Stops muzzle bounce and gives you better control for fast
follow-up shots. Helps to reduce recoil. Minimizes cheek slap.
Lengthening Forcing Cone
Helps to reduce recoil. Improves the pattern up to 15%. Allows
the shot to leave the shell and enter the barrel much rnore
gradually which results in less deformed shot.
Chokes modified to your own style of shooting.
Screw in choke tube conversions to give your shotgun total
flexibility, without altering the appearance of your gun.
These allow shooting of different gauges in one gun.
conversions: 99% of all guns ever made can be fit with either
shot or steel shot choketubes.
Reduces recoil up to 80%. 100%
money back guarantee.
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Muzzle Brake Comparison
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Accurizing Bolt Actions
Accuracy is repetition. Everything needs to be identical from
shot to shot each time the rifle is used. With a properly
accurized rifle your point of impact should stay the same from
year to year unless you change the loads you are using.
The rifle is bedded so the
gun fits into the stock with a 1:1 fit. When done
properly the gun cannot move in the stock. There is no
flexing or torque on the action. I do bed the barrel
channel and free float the barrel so there is no way the
barrel will ever come in contact with the stock.
Re-cutting the crown:
About 70% of factory rifles
have an imperfect crown. If you think of a bullet like a
rocket taking off, if there was more gas pressure on one side at launching than the other, there is no way
the rocket would fly straight. The same exact thing
happens as the bullet leaves the barrel. A light cut is
made to true the crown.
The trigger is corrected to
have a crisp brake with no sensation of movement or
roughness and set at a weight of pull that does not
cause your hand muscles to tense up. This has a big
impact on being able to keep the crosshairs on target,
especially at long range.
I have had extremely good results with Douglas and Lilja.
However, if you have a preference I will use it.
I have a preference for Remington bolt actions. They are
lightweight, easy to accurize and come with excellent
triggers. However, all current commercial actions on the
market today are good.
I only build fiberglass stocks. I use McMillan blanks. They
take a bit of work, but the end result is one of the finest
Current or Classic Shotguns and Rifles