MOA and Mils

MOA and Mils

            MOA and Mils Remember doubting the usefulness of anything you learned in math class? That comes back to haunt you today. Any rifle is unlikely to shoot center of the target straight out of the box. It needs sighted in. Whether you use iron sights or optics, you need to make adjustments to them for your shots to hit your desired target at a specified distance. The zero of you... Read More »

Intro to Wind Reading and Mirage

Intro to Wind Reading and Mirage

Intro to Wind Reading and Mirage             Whispers fly back and forth. “What do you think it’s worth? Quarter, maybe half.” The reactions vary up and down the firing line. Some shooters sit relaxed in a folding chair, waiting for their relay to be called, seemingly unconcerned. Others set up their spotting scopes behind the line, look... Read More »

Shooting Barricades, bags, and tripod

Shooting Barricades, bags, and tripod Today Tyler walks us through shooting from barricades in competition. He also goes over some of a shooters best tools for doing so. Products seen in this video: Cole-TAC Wiebad Short Action Precision Reasor Precision Blam Enterprises... Read More »

Best Accessories for Your Desert Tech SRS

Best Accessories for Your Desert Tech SRS

Best Accessories for Desert Tech SRS You’ve been dwelling on this idea for years.  Studied every forum and poured over all 272 pages of the Official (DTA) SRS thread on Snipers Hide.  You’ve even read Larson Miller’s definitive guide to bullpups on the DT blog.  And after cashing in your stimulus checks you’ve finally got your endgame rifle; A Desert Tech SRS A2.  But s... Read More »

Carry on like a lady

Carry on like a lady

Carry on like a lady Hiking, backpacking, hunting, or running a simple errand all demand one item in particular with me. I always feel the most comfortable when I have a firearm with me. This may sound strange, or even a little bit paranoid. I just never wish to get caught without the ability to defend myself if need be. The greatest struggle that I have found with carrying a pistol is the age old... Read More »

Evolution of the AR (or sort of)

Evolution of the AR (or sort of)

Evolution of the AR (or sort of) I was recently asked how the AR “evolved” it was a good question and something that seemed of interest to more than a few. Having been in this business for decades it is something I lived and live today. Experiencing things while still alive tends to provide a different perspective over the latest Internet search and maybe a few myths can be culled along the wa... Read More »

More Guns? Or Multi-Caliber Guns?

More Guns? Or Multi-Caliber Guns?

More Guns? Or Multi-Caliber Guns? We can all agree that firearms are as addicting as any hobby, the only part we might argue with is how long it takes for the newness to wear off from our latest toy. And as soon as it does, we find ourselves again seeking to justify reasons for another. I often draw a parallel to women’s shoes; sure, any pair of shoes will cover your feet, but ladies often have ... Read More »

All About the Eyes

All About the Eyes

All About the Eyes             One of the most important things every shooter should know is which is his/her dominant eye. Most people, even some experienced shooters, will immediately assume that the dominant eye corresponds with the dominant hand. While this is often the case, it is not always so.        &... Read More »

Finding Her Way in a Space Filled by Men

Finding Her Way in a Space Filled by Men

Finding Her Way in a Space Filled by Men Let me begin with clearly stating that I was a tomboy growing up, but I loved basking by a pool and shopping too.  There has always been a hardwired desire to push myself and become well versed in lots of things.  I just always thought that science, medicine, and being a typical Southern lady was how I would spend my lifetime.  I took a wild ... Read More »

SRS features you may not know about

SRS features you may not know about

Some SRS Features You May No Know About There are many great features to the Stealth Recon Scout (SRS) family of rifles, many marksmen use them all, and others do not. Today we are going to touch on a few things that some SRS owners aren’t aware of. For most of us SRS owners this will be old news, but for those who don’t know, it can be very handy information. This is especially for those ... Read More »

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1 Comment

  1. troy baker
    January 26, 2013, 8:28 pm   / 

    will the new stock panells fit on gen 1 srs chasis like the new cheek piece

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