Competition Rifles

Written by Josh Dodes
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These days there are few firearms that actually deserve designation as competition rifles. This bloated claim, so common among gun manufacturers, belies the actual truth about such competitions, namely that no one ever wins one without the aid of a true state-of-the-art weapon. And that's where the biggest and best guns really shine.

Competition rifles come in any number of shapes and sizes, but the very best share a few important attributes. Perhaps most important, they tend to be what's called 1 MOA rifles, meaning they offer accuracy of 1 MOA (minute of angle) at 1,000 yards. In layman's terms, that essentially means if you are looking at what you want to hit, you cannot help but bury lead deep into the center of your target.

What to Look for with Competition Rifles

The best long range rifles are so accurate, in fact, that some true believers decry their precision on the grounds that it takes away the skill of marksmanship. In fact, any audience with a champion will show that a lot more goes into the act of shooting to win then desire and the right equipment. What a great gun can do is show you clearly the many rewards that come with hard work and discipline.

The finest competition rifles in the world are manufactured here in America, and the best way to get your hands on one is with sound research and a trusted resource. Do yourself a favor and see what the latest breed of perfect machines can do to bring your own riflery skills to the next level. Few investments will pay greater dividends over time.


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