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Texas Brigade Armory rifles?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by MrPillow, Nov 14, 2006.

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  1. MrPillow

    MrPillow Member

    Oct 28, 2006
    Found this maker on the net and am interested in either the M40a3 or the M24 model. Are these rifles as good as they claim, 1/4" at 100yds with factory ammo? Any input is wanted, can't find anything through google.

    Mr Pillow
  2. Kivaari

    Kivaari Member

    Nov 17, 2005
    McKinney TX

    I've one I purchased pre-owned about 7-8 years ago....an M40A1. It shoots very well but I've not used it a lot or reloaded for it to test groups as you were asking..FYI, I paid about $1700 for it without the scope. I think the new ones now are much more expensive, iirc.

    I've no doubt it will make ragged hole groups but can't comment about the 1/4"...

    When I installed my scope on the rifle, which came with the TBA rings, I was surprised that the rings were not lapped. They weren't egregiously "off" center or anything, but again I was surprised about this detail...
  3. Mute

    Mute Member

    Jan 17, 2003
    Behind occupied territories. CA.
    Don't get too caught up in accuracy claims. A rifle from a top smith will outshoot a majority of their owners. TBA is good to go but you're going to have a long wait. If you want a rifle of that type I recommend you also check out these smiths:

    G.A. Precision
    KMW/Terry Cross (no website)
    RD Precision
    Norcal Precision

    There are a number of others, all of whom can give you a rifle that's just as good.
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