It's no secret that great shooting starts with your grip. Superior performance comes from the perfect combination of comfort, functionality, and durability. Featuring an aggressive no-slip diamond checkering, our new Volthane Grips for the Ruger MK IV are made from a proprietary material designed to withstand the elements as well as hold up to moisture, gun oils, and cleaners.
The Summit's innovative design is built for everyone from the junior just getting into shooting to the accomplished competitor. Available in multiple calibers and configurations with more to come!
Our new low-profile Universal Red Dot Mount is that solution. CNC-machined from aluminum, this mount is set up to accommodate all of the most popular red dots on the market today.
Whether you are prepping for the upcoming competition season or just looking to improve your overall skills, 6-time world speed shooting champion, KC Eusebio has put together a couple of quick tip videos to help build that solid shooting foundation. These tips are great reminders for those that have been shooting for years, but also a great way to introduce kids to the proper mechanics.
How hard is it to install the Accurizing Kit for the Ruger MK IV? The push-button takedown of the Ruger MK IV has made installing this kit easier than ever. We have recently released an install video to help with this as well. This video combined with our online instructions has made installing this kit easier than ever.
Are you looking to improve the performance of your Ruger 10/22? And add a little flare? The Competition Bolt for the Ruger 10/22 in a limited release gold finish is what you've been looking for!
Last week we shared The Art of Shooting Part 1 by Katie Pavlich. This week we're excited to share part 2. "As we continue to advance in our own relationship with the sport, we have an obligation to share it. The American shooting tradition is one that must be protected..." - Katie Pavlich
This past November we were honored to host Katie and her husband, Gavy here in Carroll, Iowa. It was great to be able to give them a behind-the-scenes look at our manufacturing facilities. We were also able to get in some range time, as well as tour the Templeton Rye Distillery, and then enjoyed some local BBQ. For the third time, Katie was gracious enough to write an article to be included in our retail catalog.
Laser hardening is a process we've been considering for awhile. In the past, the drawback to conventional hardening processes has been the ability to control the hardening process and not distort the barrel or barrel integrity in anyway – that is until now. The precision of the laser hardening process provides hardening to specific areas compared to standard hardening procedures.
As much fun as it was to start building the Summit 22 LR, in the back of our minds we knew it was only the beginning of what was possible from this straight-pull toggle bolt system. The toughest decision was not whether or not we would be offering more calibers but which caliber would be next. We had done the 22 LR, 17 Mach 2, and are excited to announce the latest addition to the Summit line up and that is the 17 WSM.