This manufacturer provided video showcases the Z3 Riflescopes from Swarovski.
This manufacturer provided video showcases the Z5 Riflescopes from Swarovski.
This manufacturer provided video showcases the Z6 Riflescopes and Z6I Illuminated Riflescopes from Swarovski.
Learn more about Sinclair's flashhole reamer by watching this video.
A description and benefits of the Sinclair Concentricity Gauge.
Learn about the Sinclair Cleaning Patches by watching this video.
Learn about the Sinclair Scope Level by watching this video.
A description and benefits of the Sinclair Priming Tool.
Learn about the Sinclair Cleaning Rod Wall Bracket by watching this video.
Learn about the Sinclair Case Holder and Driver by watching this video.
A demonstration and description of the Sinclair Piloted Flash Hole Deburring Tool.
Learn about the Sinclair Case Mouth Deburring Tools by watching this video.
One of our readers from Italy asked a question regarding the most recent article on cleaning by one of our technicians. In the article, the tech is reviewing his procedure for brushing using a bronze bore brush and TM Solution.
For as many years as shooters have been sending rounds down range in high power competition, there have been just about (probably even more) that many “correct” ways to properly clean and prepare the firearm for optimal performance.
Reloading dies if taken care of properly will provide years of service to their owner. Most dies are hardened and then micro-polished for that mirror finish many of the dies exhibit.
Keeping good records on our shooting hobby is an important practice that all of us should do a better job of.
Here is a question that comes in frequently from customers to the Sinclair International Technical Center:
I have the right size jag and patch! Why doesn’t it fit down the bore?
The Hawkeye Borescope is an incredible piece of gear for shooters and gunsmiths. This precision instrument allows you to closely examine the inside of your rifle, shotgun, or handgun barrel with outstanding clarity and clear magnification.
We wrote this article to see if we can open up some postings from some of the blog readers out there. If you would like to offer your two cents on how you go about developing a load, please feel free to post them on the blog for others to read.
The twist rate of the barrel on any rifle has a lot to do with bullet stabilization. Twist rate is defined as the distance in inches of barrel that the rifling takes to make one complete revolution. An example would be a 1:10 twist rate.
Choosing the right sandbag to shoot off a bench isn’t as easy as it once was. Years ago if you wanted to upgrade from shooting off a bag of shot there were only a handful of different sandbags on the market.
I can’t stress how important it is to keep your bolt and action clean. Shooters use a lot of grease and oil on their bolts to reduce friction and to prevent wear to the bearing surfaces.
The AR-15 is one of the most popular rifles used in service rifle competitions, 3-Gun competitions, tactical competitions, hunting, and just plain old plinking.
If you haven't tried flash hole deburring before as part of case preparation you may want to give it a try. During the manufacturing process, burrs are formed on the inside of the case when the flash hole is punched or drilled through.