I love sharing about cool guns and gear. For our Youth Marksmanship Camps we have been able to use some really cool equipment and we even have discounts to share. Enjoy!
Volquartsen I-Fluted As seen on Top Shot Season 3 when I hit the golf ball cold bore at 100 yards. ‘Nough said. https://www.volquartsen.com
S&W M&P 15/22 The AR platform that we found to be more reliable is the S&W M&P 15/22.
White Lightning Exploding Targets After testing 5 different exploding target manufacturers, we found Tannerite’s “White Lightning” to be the most reliable rimfire detonating targets, even with subsonic .22LR. Best price on Natchez: http://bit.ly/2ShR2yi
Steel Target Paint covers great! Doesn’t clog, is waterbed so it’s easy on your skin, and it’s well priced! Use “TOPSHOTDUSTIN10” for 10% off at https://www.rangestore.net/
Savage Arms Rascal The best youth sized .22LR out there, forget the “Cricket”. The Rascal comes in every color imaginable, peep sights, and the legendary Savage Accutrigger
Bowers USS Suppressors All our rifles are suppressed by the Bowers USS 22 or Paradigm hybrid suppressors. They are designed for hard use and are also extremely quiet.
Suppressed Henry Frontier Rifles Another camp favorite is the super accurate and quiet Henry Lever action rifles. The Frontier versions are threaded and ready for suppressor use along with this speed loader.
Savage MKII FVSR with Boyds AT-One Stocks Our precision bolt action rifles were the Savage MkII FVSR with Boyd’s AT-One Stocks and Meopta 1-4x optics.
Ruger 10/22 You can’t have a complete Marksmanship Camp program if you ignore Ruger’s classic 10/22. Ours boasts of a few Volquartsen parts to increase reliability: and were threaded by Bullworx in Amarillo to keep them quiet.
X-Products Can Cannon X-Products offers a very unique AR15 upper that will launch a soda can 200 yards using .223 blanks as power.
The Olight PL-Mini 2 boasts of 4600 Lumens in a small rechargeable package We use the Olight PL-Mini Valkyrie light on the camp’s zipline paintball marker and light on the SIRT.