Answer: Find a local federal firearms licensed (FFL) retailer and have them send us a copy of their FFL. We will then ship to their retail location. You will receive a notification when the firearm has been shipped. Then go into your local firearm retail store and complete the necessary paperwork to receive the firearm.
Answer: No—this is called a “straw purchase” and is a violation of federal law.
Answer: We offer three calibers: 6.5 x 47 Lapua; the 6.5 Creedmoor, and the Winchester .308.
Answer: Yes, however, the 6.5-caliber requires that you reload to the manufacturer’s specifications. And like all reloading, work up to the proper powder charges and make sure the brass has not been deformed or else feeding issues could occur.
Answer: Yes. We offer private and quarterly long range shooting courses. Send us an email for more information.
Answer: Yes—simply use a local FFL retailer to ship the firearm to us and we will repair or replace it. If we cannot repair the firearm, then a new firearm requires registration. Often, we can determine the issue over the phone, so start with a call or an email. Also refer to the owner’s manual.
Answer: For the 6.5 caliber, we recommend cleaning between 25 and 50 rounds. For the .308, every 100 to 200 rounds.
Answer: No. Using a different caliber can cause serous injury or death to you or others.
Answer: Place a target at 100 yards. Place the firearm in a stable position and adjust the elevation from the bullet strike to the bullseye. Please refer to the book Fundamentals of Long Distant Shooting by Ralph Hicks, available on Amazon.
Answer: Please refer to the owner’s manual. Clear the firearm of all rounds. Remove the two retaining or cam pins. Remove the bolt carrier group and the charging handle and use only firearm oils or solvents. To clean the barrel, use a cleaning rod of the right size to the caliber and patches. Use a gun cloth to clean the bolt carrier and its component parts.
Answer: 6.5 calibers are subject to misfeeds. We highly recommend you use only factory provided ammunition. Most misfeeds are a result of: 1. Out-of-spec reloads and 2. Not enough oil around the bolt carrier group. Also, clean the firearms as recommended.
To clear a round, first place the safety in the SAFE position. Release the magazine and most times the round will drop out. If not, tap the butt-stock to the ground. Never point the firearm in any unsafe position or at another person.
Answer: Yes, we are happy to replace any damaged part. We do not, however, sell individual parts to be installed on other firearms.
Answer: Yes, but we need to do this for you. Just arrange to have your firearm shipped to us through an FFL dealer and select a new caliber and barrel length and we will install it for you.
Answer: Yes, as long as the firearm has not been shipped, we can change calibers for you, but this may result in a delay.
Answer: No, this firearm is designed as an integrated firearm and changing parts may result in malfunctions and, in some cases, serious injury. Please talk with us and we will be happy to get you to your goal.
Answer: Please call us anytime or email us directly. We are happy to help with any questions.