Today we let you in to see one of the rifles from the Sniper Central Collection. We will be doing these pages just to show some unique rifles and equipment we have acquired over the years. It certainly is not the biggest or best collection out there, but it is ours and will be the foundation of the Sniper Central Museum (or Montana Museum of Sniping?) we dream of and plan on opening in the future.
The first rifle is our M1D
To see the list of rifles in the collection, and ones we'll be displaying, head here:
We just posted our full review of the Steyr Pro THB compact tactical rifle. You can read the full review and see the results here:
Interesting announcement coming from the US Army... kind of
Just posted the next episode in our Sniper Talk video channel over on you tube. This time we head to the range to test the ability of the SX-1 to hold a zero after remove the barrel. You'll also get to see the barrel removal process.
We just posted a commentary and review on the USAF Advanced Designated Marksman Course.
Just posted an information page about the Canadian C14 Timberwolf
USMC is increasing the size of their STA platoons
Our take on Remington's bankruptcy
Time for another one of our full rifle reviews! This time around it is a Gladius from GA Precision. Enjoy
Well, enough with all of these product announcements. How about an announcement of our own? We would like to announce a whole new way of doing training... the Sniper Central Experience. Read about it here:
Okay, one last new product announcement for this week. Nikon just revealed a new LRF, the Monarch 3000
New product announcements continue to roll... This time, Timney triggers. They have just announced a new replacement trigger for Tikka rifles (finally).
Rolling out some more new product announcements for 2018. Here is the new Leupold Mk5HD line of scopes...
There are some reviews that I just get excited about, and doing a full review of one of my long time friends, a M24 SWS, is a true pleasure. This time it is one of the M24 Collector Edition refurbished rifles. To read the review, follow the link below.