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6.5 PRC Sheep Rifle - ProBuild October 2019

By Mark Peterson - Worldwide Trophy Adventures on October 14, 2019

Earlier this year Gunwerks sent me a 7MM LRM on the new ClymR stock platform. It is a fantastic gun I enjoy shooting. More recently, the team from Cody asked if I would like to test out their newest Pro Build. My answer was YES!

Dustin Wittwer (Gunwerks Team Member) had the mountain hunter in mind when he came up with this “ultimate sheep hunting” configuration. His idea was to build a rifle system under nine pounds with long range capability. Enter the carbon fiber ClymR stock equipped with titanium action and 22” carbon fib...

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Lightweight and ELR In One Package - The Verdict 338 RUM

By Mitch Libby on July 1, 2019

At what point does long range shooting turn into extreme long range shooting? There's no agreed-on boundary, but anything beyond 1,000 yards begins requiring even more specialized equipment and techniques to consistently put rounds on target. With my lightweight configured Gunwerks Verdict 338 RUM, we're shooting a bullet with a G1 BC at .829, going 2,850 FPS, shooting well over a mile at 2,115 yards in the below video, we're dialing over 70 minutes of elevation and holding 6-10 minutes of wind on a nice day, we're definitely in the realm of ELR Shooti...

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Stretching It Out To A Mile

By Chris Hinojosa on May 20, 2019

If the goal is hunting or shooting steel out to 1000 yards, the cartridge options are numerous. But if you’re the shooter who wants to take a hunting weight rifle far beyond that, it requires a specialized cartridge. At Gunwerks, the sleekest 6.5mm or 7mm bullets have always been our go-to. But for some, bigger is better.  

Enter the new 300 PRC from Hornady, this new cartridge steps up the game with an efficient case designed to comfortably launch long, heavy-for-caliber bullets. Pair the 300 PRC with the Gunwerks Magnus platform and you have a rig cap...

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The Gunwerks ClymR in Alaska

By Ryan Watchorn on December 3, 2018

Hunting with your child is one of life’s most amazing experience full of highs and lows. Now take that experience to the wilds of Alaska sheep hunting and you introduce a whole new game of placing dad and daughter on a literal roller coaster of physical and emotional tests while taking place in some of the most unforgiving places in the world.   

Having the best equipment is one thing you can control. Ultimately, you need a great rifle that you can depend on under any circumstance. For this reason, we chose the new Gunwerks ClymR Rifle Package.

We selected the 7 SAUM Caliber for its all-around flat shooting, hard hitting ballistics. If a rifle kicks, de...

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Pack Selection And Fitting For Hunting

By Todd Harney on July 18, 2018

More and more people are taking to the backcountry each year, expanding the distance, duration, and efforts of their adventures. Over the past ten years, the once quiet style of Backpack Hunting has become an industry of its own with a growing selection of dedicated clothing, gear, organizations, and social media outlets. The backpack market in particular has responded well with a wide selection of quality hunting-specific packs to cover a range of uses and preferences. Gone are the days of making do with packs designed for our backpacking (minus the hunting) counterparts.

While this relatively new boom in hunting pack offerings is a huge win for anyone looking to outfit themsel...

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6mm Creedmoor - From the Range To the Field

By Neal Emery on March 19, 2018

It’s been a decade since the 6.5 Creedmoor was released. It is now an extremely popular round chambered by practically every major rifle manufacturer. While it steadily rose in popularity to become what it is today, its claim to fame also gave way to the development of a different cartridge – one well known in precision rifle matches and now finding a home in the mainstream shooting and hunting markets: the 6mm Creedmoor.

The creation of the 6mm Creedmoor was the result of an article on wildcat cartridges that John Snow wrote for Outdoor Life shortly after the release of the 6.5 Creedmoor. He worked with George Gardner of GA Precision to build the rifl...

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Killing Creep

By Bryden Richardson on January 8, 2018

What came first the trigger or the gun?

The first device to be identified as a gun was a bamboo tube that used gunpowder to fire a spear.

By the late 1300’s handguns became known across Europe and were fired by holding a burning wick to a “touch hole” in the barrel igniting the powder inside, often requiring a prop to steady the gun.

A trigger did not appear on a firearm until the development of the matchlock gun - the first dated illustration of one dates to 1475, making it the first firearm with a trigger. In a matchlock gun, powder is held in a flash pan and is ignited by a wick, or match, in a movable clamp. This enabled both hand...

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All Episodes of LRP Coming to Youtube!

By Mark on October 11, 2016

How-To Turn On Notifications to Stay Up To Date.

The Gunwerks media department is currently working to upload all past episodes of Long Range Pursuits to the Gunwerks Youtube channel. We will also be adding all-new content in the near future including video shorts, new product demos and how-to videos. This is definitely content that you won’t want to miss!

To get notified on your mobile device every time we upload a new video, follow these simple instructions:

Long Range Pursuits LRP YouTube

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Shooting Under Pressure - Air Pressure and Long Range Shooting

By Mark on July 28, 2016

By Aaron Davidson

I know I’m running the risk of creating an article that reads like a textbook, but I feel strongly that this is the most common area of mistaken inputs when making ballistic calculations. I want to systematically explore air pressure topics so that we all have common nomenclature and basic understanding of measurement and reporting systems.  We will start with a general discussion of air pressure, definition of terms, measurement devices, and then finish with some alternative ways to use pressure data when calculating ballistics.


Let's start by defining atmospheric pressure as the force per unit area (eg p...

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Wildcatting Long Range Cartridges

By Mark on July 8, 2016

By Shawn Carlock

With the wide variety of rounds available on the market today one would think that there is a round for every need and for every purpose. While this is true to a certain extent, wildcatting is still alive and well today for a number of reasons. Various wildcats have been developed over time all with the same goal in mind, to increase performance and / or fit a certain amount of performance into a certain platform. Let’s take a look at the more common ideas and techniques of wildcatting cartridges.

Necking up or down

This is probably the simplest form of wildcatting and is simply taking a given case and running it into a die to change ...

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