Congratulations to the Northland Shooters Supply sponsored shooting team for their excellent finish this past weekend at the Rockcastle Long Range team match! Isaiah C. and Derek D. finished 1st place. Mike B. and Kade S. finished 2nd place. Both teams had the following to say.
Isaiah C.- “I would like to thank Northland Shooters Supply for there support for the 2018 shooting season. I can’t say enough good about this company and how friendly they are and how fast they make things happen. I was fortunate enough to bring home a first-place finish along with my teammate Derek in the rock castle Long range series yesterday. Thanks to all that put such an amazing match together and a huge thanks to Northland for all their support for us. Great quality parts are what keeps these rifles going round after round when we need them the most. Also congratulations to Mike and Kade for bringing home the second place spot great shooting guys!!”
Mike B. – “I am happy to report that I, along with my teammate Kade, was able to bring home a second place finish from the Rockcastle Long Range Rifle Series team match this past Saturday. The Bighorn Arms TL3 action ran flawlessly, as it has every match this season, and the TriggertechDiamond trigger never disappoints. A huge part of being successful in this sport is having bulletproof reliable equipment that will perform in all conditions, every time. That is what you get at Northland Shooters Supply. Thank you Northland for your continued support throughout this season.”
Great news! You don’t have to remove the scope, stock, or barrel from your action in order to tell the difference between a small or large shank barrel nut. Simply grab your tape measure, ruler, or dial caliper in order to know for sure. The most important detail, DO NOT include the recoil lug in the overall measured dimension. See the pictures below for an explanation of the measurement differences between the large and small shank barrel nuts. Do you still have questions? Please give us a call and we would happy to help.
Northland Shooters Supply is working with Bat Machine Co. for a Northland exclusive action with a Remington 700 thread and Remington 700 bolt nose diameter. This new action will be perfect for your Rem/Age build. Stay tuned for more details!
Congratulations to the Northland Shooters Supply sponsored shooting team for their success at the Gadsden Shooting Center Shoot on July 28. Mike B. finished 1st, Jesse K. finished 2nd, and Isaiah C. finished 3rd. Great job guys!
Josh M. of Florida recently sent us some information regarding his recent x6.5 Creedmoor Criterion build. Josh had the following to say.
“Great shooter at 100 yards. Wow! I was using Hornady 140g ELD-M #81500 factory ammo, a Savage SA action, a 6.5 Creedmoor Criterion Barrel, and a Bell & Carlson m40 stock. The recoil lug is bedded. I used a lightened Savage trigger spring, an EGW scope mount, Burris XTR rings, and 5-25 xtr11 scope.
Buying a new barrel or action? Want to get your new component in a Cerakote finish? We’ve got you covered. Northland Shooters Supply offers a lot of color options to meet your Cerakote needs. Click on the link below to view the different options.
It was my first solo DIY Oryx hunt. The location was here in New Mexico and it was off the White Sands Missile Range. They offer once in a lifetime hunts on the missile range. It is a lottery system and I drew out last year but had no luck. I went out and glassed super early and was only spotting the ones on the missile range. They actually sit along the fence line because they know they are safe as long as they stay on the range side. The morning I glassed them up in the range and they walked deeper so I decided to go for a hike and approximately 5 minutes into my walk, I jumped 2 out of a river bed and made an offhand 220-yard shot as it was trotting away.”
Earlier this year, NRA’s American Rifleman (Official) released an informative article regarding how to “Build Your Own Precision Bolt-Action Rifle”. If you are new to precision shooting or thinking about doing your own build, this article might be a good place to start. Click on the link below to read the article.