A rifle is the standard, long range
tool that many professionals go to when they need to get the job done. There
are two options in regards to the rifle you are going to choose from below.
It's personal taste, but the differences between semi-auto and bolt action is
entirely dependent on the job they are going to be doing. For just pure accuracy at long range the bolt has the
edge. But in the real world there are other factors to consider in a precision
rifle and hence why the military is adopting semi-auto sniper rifles.
Bolt action is perfect for precision,
and is an American favorite. The bolt action rifle has been around for more than 100 years
and comes in any caliber you want. It is one of the most accurate rifles made. Since there aren't any major moving parts while firing,
there are fewer chances for a malfunction to a cure. You are manually reloading
the rifle after every shot, which can be slow at first, but you'll get better
at it over time.
Semi-auto offers a great rate of
fire as well as superb accuracy. Gas operated rifles have been around for
a long time, since the first part of the 19th Century and the beginning of
“Modern Warfare”. The M1 Garand was developed by John C. Garand in 1932 and
became the first of the semi-automatic gas operated rifles for the military,
and still being used in civilian competitions today. But most modern day precision
semi-autos are of the AR-15 or AR-10 variant. A lot of these rifles are capable
of getting accuracy close to that of a bolt action rifle.
Both rifle systems have their pros
and cons, but in both categories we offer only the best rifles available.