Soldiers, special operators and Marines in the near future will carry a first-of-its kind rifle and light machine gun.
The Marine corps took a half step back with the kindness thing during boot. It isn't anywhere near as rough as when I went thru, but they came to the realization that it was just kicking the can down the road.Gonna be interesting to see how well the “woke” soldiers handle the recoil LOL.
Yeah, I'm probably going to start thinking about a less-expensive long-distance rig in the next year or so.More bang for lotsa bucks!
I’ve been thinking about a .338 Lapua target rifle for years.Yeah, I'm probably going to start thinking about a less-expensive long-distance rig in the next year or so.
Right now, I've got a new puppy so that will occupy my free time, and likely my wallet for the foreseeable future.
Maybe 6.5 Creedmoor?
7mm-08 is not out of the running either.
But I wanted to get a .338 rifle setup because the time was right, for me.
If I can find 6.5 match for a decent price, I would try out that new 300 range. But I’m not paying these crazy prices just to punch holes in paper/electronic targets.I’ve been thinking about a .338 Lapua target rifle for years.
Two things stopped me. My heavy barrel .308 thumps pretty good.
And I just feel like shooting it at anything less than 500yds would be a waste of ammo, especially at todays prices.
But Savage does make a super nice model 110 rifle in LH now for me and I hear it gots a pretty good muzzle brake on it too. That and the fact the new 300yd range is open have me rethinking things. That distance may be a fair compromise.
That's what the ISI TS-12 is for. (A 15-round semi-auto shotgun!)Ah yes, the fight is in cities and underground. Therefore, we need a rifle with penetration and long range...
Who figures that sounds like the "Modern Action Army" now about those "Pentomic Divisions".