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Easiest way to improve your trigger

2017-05-08 by Scott Volquartsen
I need that on mine "I would love to be able to improve the trigger on my pistol, but I'm not sure I can get it installed properly." "Can I send it to you and have it installed?" These two questions came up over and over again last week at the NRA Show in Atlanta. This is one of the ...

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Clearance Products Now Available

2017-05-02 by Scott Volquartsen
Mistakes Can Happen As much as we try to avoid it, mistakes do happen. The good news for you is that these mistakes are now an opportunity for you to save through our new Clearance page. What will you will find on our new Clearance page? Products such as: · Discontinued products or certain variations of products · Products used ...

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Kolby Pavlock joins Team Volquartsen

2017-04-17 by Scott Volquartsen
Welcome to Team Volquartsen We would like to introduce you to our newest team member, Kolby Pavlock. Kolby joined Team Volquartsen in 2017 and we are looking forward to sponsoring him this year. We also want to congratulate him on finishing 1st in RFPI and RFRI, and 6th in Open at US Steel Nationals. Kolby took the time to share ...

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Cleaning and Maintaining your Volquartsen Scorpion

2017-04-10 by Scott Volquartsen
How to Clean your Scorpion? "I love my Scorpion, but how do you recommend I clean it?" Customers tell us they love the way their new Scorpion performs and they want to make sure to keep it that way. The great thing about the Scorpion is that it's been designed to require very little maintenance. In fact, we only recommend ...

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New Stock for the Ruger 10/22 TD

2017-04-03 by Scott Volquartsen
New Thumbhole Stock for the Ruger 10/22 Takedown First it was our Lightweight Barrel for the Ruger 10/22 Takedown and now we're adding to our lineup of products designed specifically for the Ruger 10/22 TD with our Laminated Thumbhole Stock! The new Laminated Thumbhole Stock for the Ruger 10/22 Takedown is an ambidextrous stock that is available in a variety ...

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Threads or no threads?

2017-01-04 by Scott Volquartsen
NO THREADS – NO PROBLEM Do you live in a state that does not allow you to own a threaded barrel? While we wish every customer had this option, unfortunately, many of you do not. Many customers are unaware all of our barrels can be ordered without threads. When placing your order online simply note “non-threaded barrel” in the notes ...

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22 LR Rifle Now with Open Sights

2016-12-15 by Scott Volquartsen
22 LR Available with Open Sights "Is it available with open sights?" This seems to be one of the most common questions our sales staff hears. It comes from competition shooters looking to shoot limited, hunters looking for an alternative to optics and shooters that prefer to keep things simple. We have taken the popular Hi-Viz Fiber Optic Front Sight ...

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A 10/22 bolt that doesn't get dirty?

2016-08-08 by Scott Volquartsen
New Finish for Competition Bolt for the Ruger 10/22 Did you know our Competition Bolt for the Ruger 10/22 was the first aftermarket bolt available for the 10/22? It eliminated the need to rework the factory bolt. No more having to square the bolt face, reduce headspace or replace the internal parts on the factory bolt. What more could you ...

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Picatinny Style Rail

2016-06-13
We are excited to announce that we have gone away from Weaver style mounts in favor of Picatinny rails. Why Picatinny? The industry has moved towards Picatinny Mil-Spec rails over the past few years. This change allows the shooter to have more mounting options. Whether it is a red dot or regular optic, it seems everybody offers something designed for ...

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Loaded compensator?

2016-05-11 by Scott Volquartsen
Don't Forget to Clean Your Compensator! Team Volquartsen Shooter Cheyenne Dalton Nic Volquartsen,Vice-President of Volquartsen Firearms Have you ever had a compensator or muzzle break that was impossible to get clean? We’ve had a few come through the shop that you wouldn’t believe a bullet could still exit through it. Once they get to that level, they are no longer ...

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