In 2020, SIG SAUER introduced the SIG Cross bolt action rifle. The Cross was available in 16” and 18” barrel length and chambered in .308, 6.5 Creedmoor, and .277 Fury. Since the release of the original Cross, SIG SAUER has released a PRS version of the bolt action rifle with a 24” barrel. SIG is proud to introduce the newest addition to the Cross lineup with the Cross STX.
The newest generation of the MCX lineup has been highly anticipated in the commercial market since the U.S. Army announced SIG as the winner of the NGSW program—now the rifle is finally available for purchase. The new MCX SPEAR will be available in 7.62x51mm NATO and 6.5 Creedmoor during its initial run with the .277 Fury coming down the road.
Firearms|Rifles By Drew BryantSeptember 3, 2022, theloadoutblog.com LaRue Tactical is a firearm manufacturer based out of Texas that is known for making high quality AR-10s, AR-15s, and rifle accessories. Earlier, […]
Firearms|Rifles By Drew BryantJuly 30th, 2022, theloadoutblog.com Last week Faxon Firearms introduced their 8.6 Blackout AR-10s to their Sentinel series of rifles. Fast forward a week and Faxon has just […]
Firearms|Rifles Recently, Savage Arms announced they had teamed up superhero style with Magpul to create the new Savage 110 Magpul Hunter. The two companies combined their most popular and reliable […]
Firearms|Rifles Recently, Bergara released their brand new competition rifle built for precision rifle shooting called the Premier Competition Rifle (PCR). Bergara asserts that their rifle is the most accurate and […]
Firearms|Rifles Last week, Christensen Arms released a new bolt action rifle to there lineup. This rifle is unique from Christensen other offerings in that it is compact and lightweight bolt […]
In mid-February Winchester released two new loads for 6.5 PRC designed by Hornady. The new 6.5 PRC continues to gain popularity and renown in hunting and precision shooting communities. The cartridge has gained so much traction that firearms manufacturers such as Ruger, Springfield Armory, and Mossberg have created rifles for the 6.5 PRC cartridge.
Firearms|Rifles Recently, Savage Arms has introduced a new series of rifle to their popular 110 hunting rifles. The Backcountry series of rifles introduce improved ergonomics and protective finishes. Two rifles […]
Firearms|Firearm Accessories Odin Works new multi-caliber Enduro suppressor is now available for the market. The Enduro was first shown off at Shot Show 2020 at Odin Works booth. The new […]
Gear & Optics|Optics One of the hardest things to decide on and make investment in is glass. To receive top build quality and glass in an optic can be challenging. […]
Firearms|Rifles Last week, Springfield Armory introduced the firearm community to the Model 2020 Waypoint rifle series. The new series of bolt- action rifles features a laundry list of premium features […]
Back in early 2019, Daniel Defense released its first ever bolt action with the Daniel Defense Delta 5. In winter of 2019, Daniel Defense added to the Delta 5 lineup with its Accuracy Package. Now, Daniel Defense believes it’s time to add to the family with the Delta 5 Pro.
The DoD is phasing our the Mk13 bolt action rifle and replaced with an semi-automatic AR-10 platform chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor. With the change in Weapon platform and ammunition the DoD is looking for a new ammunition provider. Hornday was awarded the contact to produce ammo for the new AR-10 chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor.
Wilson Combat and firearms expert Paul Howe have collaborated in the past with Howe Tactical 5.56 Carbine and Howe Signature Glock Pistols. Wilson Combat and Paul Howe have teamed up again to build the Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor rifle.
On Monday, FN has announced the release of the SCAR 20S chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor. 6.5 Creedmoor continues to gain traction and popularity since being introduced over 13 years ago. FN is banking on SOCOM support and adoption of 6.5 creedmoor in the MK220 SSR, as the catalyst for SCAR 20S being chambered in 6.5.