When it comes to, you have so many options available that making a decision on what to buy can be difficult. Of course, discerning shooting enthusiasts tackle the challenge head-on, knowing that being highly selective is worthwhile for the results. You need to find one made by a manufacturer whose quality standards — for accuracy, technical proficiency, uniformity, ease of use, and more — are even higher than yours. For your consideration, here is some information on Bartlein Barrels, Inc. and their creations.
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In Exodus 9:16, God tells Moses to give the Pharaoh on his behalf. Part of the message reads, “But I have raised you up for this very purpose, that I might show you my power, and that my name might be proclaimed in all the earth.” No product can make any human being like God, of course. With that said, Exodus Rifles may be able to imbue you with some of the power of a world-renowned marksman. Here is some information on this rising star in gun manufacturing.
This basic guide to the tools and techniques should be enough to help you get started. Cleaning your gun isn’t enough to count as proper maintenance. You need to know how to clean it well, so you can make sure that your rifle is in tip-top shape and your accuracy is unhindered.
The serious precision shooter is always on the lookout for an advantage. And that's not to say that equipment can make up for skill, but rather that you need to find equipment of sufficient quality that it doesn't get in the way of your skill — meaning, ideally, that your rifle won’t present any issues that hurt the accuracy you're actually capable of.
Problems in construction, assembly, and materials of your firearm can all lead to wild or inconsistent shots, especially with repeated use and the cumulative stresses of recoil, and it's very hard to improve your marksmanship when your own equipment is sabotaging you. How can you get the most out of target practice if you don't know whether it's you messing up, or the gun?
About Krieger Barrels
Any precision shooter worth their salt knows nothing affects a rifle's overall performance as much as the barrel. The barrel has an enormous effect on your range, accuracy, and precision and can make all the difference when hitting your target. A good barrel will send every shot predictably and within expectations. A bad barrel will send your shots wild, and even if only by a fraction of a millimeter, this translates into a huge margin for error far downrange.
Rifle barrels need to be manufactured with an eye for detail, and Krieger Barrels has that down to the very molecular structure of the steel they use. In fact, their barrels are created with the same precision you'll require on the range, from beginning to end.
Who Makes the Best Rifle Barrel?
As we discussed previously on our blog, there are a lot of factors to consider when choosing a new rifle barrel. One thing we didn't go over was the manufacturer. Every rifle barrel manufacturer has their strengths, so depending on the type of shooting you do, you may find that you prefer one manufacturer over another. However, you can be assured that every rifle barrel we carry is of the highest quality available. Here's a breakdown of the manufacturers we source our barrels from.
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.