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MOA Part 2 - A deeper dive into factory vs custom -
posted 1 year ago
Gunwerks has developed and marketed a quality brand via their commitment to craftsmanship in the "systems" they sell, their commitment to excellence in the training courses they have developed, and their staff's down-to-earth approachable attitudes.
Yes, I own a couple of Gunwerks rifles - and I own a bunch for good factory rifles too; i.e., Winchester, Remington, Savage, Kimber, Montana Rifle Company, etc. I use my Gunwerks rangefinder, along with their ballistic calculator, to make shooting my factory rifles even more effective.
Good optics, good triggers, "consistently good ammo," and learning to dope wind by shooting a lot, will make a factory rifle a predictably good shooting experience. With the Gunwerks rifles, a lot of that is already taken care of, so all you need to focus on is the fundamentals, and of course, the wind.
Good video goHUNT.