6.5 Creedmoor

CALIBRE’S CALIBRE: 6.5 CREEDMOOR

Seeing as this issue is dominated by a trio of very accurate bolt-action rifles, we thought we’d close it out by discussing one of the most popular new precision rifle rounds to come out in recent memory: The 6...

BUSHMASTER ACR DMR: NON-RESTRICTED REVIEW

The United States is the single largest civilian firearm market on earth. And within that market, one rifle reigns supreme: The AR-15. And for good reason. It's pretty much everything you could possibly want in...

RANGEFINDING WITH MRADS

Most shooters, and definitely conscientious readers of Calibre magazine, are probably familiar with the term MOA, or minutes of angle. It comes up most frequently when describing the precision of a rifle; one m...

MDT PROJECT: PART 4

Up until now, Calibre's project rifle; a value-loaded used Stevens action we found online for $350 and mated to a precision Shilen stainless select match barrel before dropping into an MDT TAC-21 chassis system...

MDT PROJECT GUN: PART 2

It's a term we've all heard before: buyer beware. Maybe you first heard it from your father's unimpressed lips while looking over a particularly suspect first car as a youngster, or maybe you've said it to some...

BIG BORES… NOT BORING

There are big guns, and then there are big guns.  The former usually typifies those various forms of reasonably large magnum-calibre guns; Rem Mags, Ultra Mags, Super Short Mags, and even occasionally Norma Mag...

MDT PROJECT GUN: PART 1

While we here at Calibre are obviously appreciative of the opportunities this unique job grants, we haven't forgotten what it's like to nurture a penchant for fine firearms on an SKS budget. And unless Time or ...