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Choosing a Rifle Barrel

Posted by Mark Rosset on 6/15/2017 to Barrels
Choosing a Rifle Barrel

Choosing a Rifle Barrel

If you've decided to replace your rifle barrel, you're in the right place— OTM carries a large selection of precision rifle barrels. However, choosing one can be difficult if you don't know what you're looking for. You'll have to keep in mind that the traits of the barrel will affect how it performs and what kind of results you'll get shooting with it. Ultimately, the most important factor in choosing a rifle barrel is what feels best to you, but here are some details to consider that will help you decide.

How to Choose a Rifle Stock

Posted by Mark Rosset on 5/30/2017 to Rifle Stocks
How to Choose a Rifle Stock

How to Choose a Rifle Stock

Your stock is one of the most important choices you can make about your rifle because nothing makes as big of a difference when it comes to how the gun feels in your hands and how well it helps or hinders your performance. The wrong stock can make a rifle difficult or even impossible to shoot, but the right one can improve both accuracy and comfort. Here are some things to take into consideration when you're looking to upgrade your rifle stock.


Posted by on 10/30/2015

BERGER BULLETS are chosen to be the bullet of choice by more top shooters across the nation than any other bullet made. The consistent accuracy, high ballistic coefficient, and ease of tuning keep these bullets in every shooters rifles.

Timney AR-15 Trigger

Posted by Scott Martin on 10/27/2015 to Triggers

As a Marine grunt, you don't always get the best gear, but rather hand-me-downs that have been beat to death by the Army already. So needless to say, my experience with M-16/AR-15 triggers has been somewhat frustrating. There's nothing that can ruin your experience with a rifle more than a long, sloppy trigger, but that all changed for me this past weekend. After work on Friday, with the help of Mark Rosset, I finally upgraded my standard mil-spec trigger with Timney's skeletonized, 3 pound single stage trigger. With it being a true, one-piece drop in trigger, the installation was smoother than I imagined, and the trigger was even smoother. For me, the days of slowly squeezing a mil-spec trigger with no real idea when firing will take place are long gone. I test ran it over the weekend in a local 2 gun match, engaging targets as close as 10 feet and out to a hair over 200 yards. I couldn't be happier, and neither could the guys that had a chance to run my gun. The break was very crisp and short, and I shot better consistently than I had in the past. I have already, and will continue to recommend the trigger to anyone looking to upgrade to a better one.

New Calvin Elite Trigger

Posted by Mark Rosset on 4/8/2014 to Triggers
Timney's New Calvin Elite Trigger