Tuesday, May 27, 2008



The Foundation to rifle accuracy!
When improving the accuracy of rifles,there are many things that need attention.Quality and cleaning of the rifle barrel,stiffness and quality of the bolt action,precision bedding of barreled action into stock,a good and well adjusted trigger,scope mounts,rifle scope itself,and hand loaded ammunition.And not the least,professional smiting of all parts and assembly of rifle.

The single most effective improvement a rifle shooter can do to his rifle is bedding the barreled action properly,with two part epoxy compound,like Bisonite,Devcon,Acraglas,Micro bed,or other quality epoxy bedding compound. Which all rifle shooters can perform,given good instructions.I personally like to work with Bisonite and have for over 37 years.A rifle no matter the accuracy level it delivers in unbedded state,will increase its accuracy and overall performance after Pillar bedding.I have over 37 years experience in this bedding method.There is NONE better !I have one rifle I made myself,that broke a 20 year old world record in Heavy Bench Class 1988 at IBS Nationals in Ohio USA,which is pillar bedded! Rifles from manufacturers such as,
Remington, Winchester, Savage, Browning, Mossberg, Marlin, Howa, Harrington and Richardsson, Weatherby, Sako, Tikka, Mauser, Brno, Colt, Sig Sauer, Voere, Anch├╝tz, Walther, Beretta,Taurus, and all other Bolt action rifles types,will benefit increased accuracy by Pillar Bedding them. Period !

Here are few of the benefits of the Rifle Pillar Bedding, glass bedding.

1.Even and stress less seat of action in stock,both walnut and fiberglass.There will be no bending of Action when guard screws are tightened into stock.(Bending of action will happen when seat in stock is not even). Usually this is a mega problem,to overall performance of rifle and scope/sighting in.
2.Perfect fit of action to the stock,eliminating all micro movement between firings.
(Better group accuracy)
3.Less vibration of barreled action in stock when firing.(Better group accuracy)
4.Rifle holds sighting in adjustments,from one hunting season to another. Sighting in of rifle can change in unbedded state,due to the nature of the wood and fiberglass stocks. Wood can warp,bend,and expand,caused by temperature changes and moisture differences. Fiberglass stocks can after cure and warp and bend,non less than walnut stocks. These changes can ruin good accuracy,if rifle was good before.
5.The Pillar bedding method nullifies the effect of changing wood or fiberglass in stocks,so the accuracy and rifle sighting in,is not affected during changes as in warping,bending,expansion,and after curing.
6. Bedding Increases accuracy, sometimes by up to 150 % in group size. For example a rifle shooting 1 to 1.5 inches at 100 Meters/yards may give you 0.500 to 0.700 inch groups after bedding,and even better ! Rifles that are performing better in unbedded state will increase accuracy ,as an example from 0.500-.700 inch groups and go down to 0.250 to 0.350 inch groups ! After Pillar Bedding. Think about the potential this will give you at longer ranges,lets say out to 500 yards/meters or further out ?

The Rifle Bedding Manual is a Pdf E-Book,with clear,comprehensive and descriptive photographs and instructions and guidance,in how a average rifle shooters can professionally Pillar bed their rifles.Resulting in improved accuracy and consistency.The only thing needed is a Bedding Kit,few common tools,battery drill machine,wood chisels and sandpaper etc.and good instructions as are in the Rifle Bedding Manual.Easy to follow instructions step by step of a bedding method that has over 37 years in use.The most accurate rifles for Precision Bench Rest Competition,are bedded by this pillar bedding method.

Copyright: Digital Certified: Adobe pdf. 149 pages with translations.
Birgir Runar Saemundsson Marz 2008.
Supported Languages : English,French,Russian,Korean,Italian,Spanish,

Available at; Rifle Bedding Book.

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Sunday, December 30, 2007



For the first time in history: Here is the Double Action Silencer Muzzle Brake. By combining the effective workability of a silencer and muzzle brake. I have succeeded in making a one piece Silencer/Muzzle Brake , for rifles and pistols. Great many problems are solved,since until now gun shooters ,varmint hunters and big game hunters, had the only option of having either silencer or muzzle brake, installed on their guns,so they had to choose either one. Now this problem is solved, with the Double Action Silencer Muzzle Brake.

Here you can download Adobe Pdf 128bit encrypted document e-Book with blueprint drawings and instruction of how to make a silencer muzzle brake Double Action. The instructions are clear and straightforward to understand and execute,so you can make this yourself with necessary tooling. Or get a qualified lathe smith /gunsmith to make it for you. The Muzzle Brake takes out up to 50 % off the rifle and pistol recoil. The Silencer completely silences, with subsonic ammunition which is under 1087 f/sec , or 331 m/sec. muzzle velocity. Double Action Silencer Muzzle Brake drawings, manual, for rifles and pistols in cal.22lr ,22 mag,22 Hornet cal.222Rem, cal.22/250 Rem, cal.243 Win ,cal.6MM,cal.6.5mm, cal.7mm Rem Mag, cal.308 Win,8MM Rem,300 Win Mag, 8MM Rem,cal.338 Mag.cal.375 Mag,cal.458 Win Mag, cal.460 Mag. And larger calibers of big bore for pistols, Caliber like cal.357 Mag,caliber.44 Mag , caliber 45 .and, Air rifles and pistols. Simple and easy to build homemade and install, with the plans in the Adobe Pdf. E Book.Download. Adobe Pdf, E Book , with Double Action silencer muzzle brake blueprint drawings. Print the drawings and instructions, to have on your workbench while you, build double action silencer muzzle brake. It is easier than you might think!BRS Custom Rifles. Copyright 2007,and Patent Pending USPTO, UK IPO, EPO andother patent offices. All Rights reserved.

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and Double Action Silencer and Muzzle Brake.

Friday, December 07, 2007

Muzzle Brake Manual. 

With blueprint drawings and installation instructions.

Complete comprehensive in detail,how you can make muzzle brake, and comes with installation instructions for rifles and other guns. Muzzle Brake is only 2 1/2" Long.Muzzle Brake will
reduce recoil by 50 % to 65% , in rifle and guns and are much easier to aim and handle, resulting in "better hits"
Important for the Big Magnums. Used for calibers 222 Rem 22/250 Rem 243 Win 6mm, 250, 6.5mm 270W,7mm,308W,300WM 8mm, 338M, and out through,the largest magnum rifles like cal 375, and 460, for the big and dangerous game.Can be used for Large
Hunting Pistols cal.357, cal. 44Mag.cal.45.
Adobe 128 Bit Encrypted PDF Document eBook.
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How to make a muzzle brake

My Website: How to make Muzzle Brake. and 

How to make gun silencer for rifle and pistol

Copyright 2007.Patent Pending USPTO,UK IPO,EPO.

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Saturday, November 24, 2007


Silencer for rifles and pistols in cal.22 ,22 mag, cal.222, cal.243,cal.6.5mm, cal.7mm, cal.308. And larger calibers of big bore. Caliber like .357 cal 44 and cal 45 .Air rifles and pistols.
Complete Blueprint and instructions,on how to make them and install . Silences completely, with subsonic ammunition.
Subsonic speed is under 331.4 m/sec or 1087.3 ft/sec.
Over 30 years experience and use of this type of silencer proofs the quality of sound suppression.
In a rifle like 22 long rifle cal. with subsonic ammunition the only sound you hear is the fall of the firing pin !
Simple and easy to make and install.
Download. Adobe PDF eBook with blueprint drawings,
and instructions.
Price $ 14.95 PayPal 128 Bit Encrypted PDF Document Password Protected.

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Warning! Utilization is only allowed in Countries where the use of silencers is legal. Warning! USE only for target and hunting purposes. Misusing this drawing and information is of No responsibility to the owner of this website
BRS Custom Rifles. Copyright 2007 and
Patent Pending USPTO, UK IPO, EPO and other patent offices.
All Rights reserved.

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Thursday, February 23, 2006

Cleaning of Barrels !

The most important basic aspect of accurate rifleshooting.

It has being my experience over the last 35 years in Rifle shooting,that this is the most important thing ! And Ironically this is the thing many rifle shooters don't know,or know little of. Even some specialists have been "quoted",that it is ok to clean barrels after 700 shots in a 7MM REM MAG ! I gurantee YOU the barrel is ruined by that time .

In using rifles to the outmost accuracy,and full potential,it is nessesary to clean the barrel regularly.A hunter shooting a rifle few shots in a single day,should clean the the barrel at end of day.A match shooter shooting in competition cleans barrels after 8-15 shots. It is a good rule to clean barrel when 20-30 shots are through as a maximum shots fired. This depends on size of cartridge case,and bore diameter.The larger the cartridge case versus smaller bore diameter,then the more frequency is needed in cleaning. Cleaning Method 1. After shooting X numbers of shots,the target, varmint or big game shooters should use following method. Wet 2 patches with cleaning solvent (I use Shooters Choice),push from rear,up front through barrel.This takes all loose fouling out. Next it is best to brush the barrel with copper brush,soaked in cleaning solvent,about 10 passes,through barrel.Add solvent to brush after few passes,at muzzle end when brush is out of barrel. After these passes 10 maeby 20 depending on quantity of shots fired and condition of barrel,2 dry patches are pushed through barrel from rear. Now the barrel should be almost clean ! To clean better it is advisable to soak a plastic brush or fiber brush with solvent and wet the bore of barrel ! Let it stand overnight,and check color of solvent next day. It may come out light green or strong green,depending og fouling in barrel.If it comes out strong green,brush some more with copper brush,and repeat wetting bore with solvent,and let it stand overnight. Wetting barrels is only advisable with safe solvents,read the bottle instructions.Some stronger Ammonia blended solvents can damage barrels if left too long in barrel. It is advisable to leave barrels wet until next shooting starts. URGENT ! DRY BARREL OUT BEFORE SHOOTING . Cleaning method 2. Some Rifles can have rough bores,and foul badly. For cleaning them it may be nessesary to use stronger Solvents Ammonia blended.Use the Ammonia blended solvents carefully and only for soaking wet for 15-20 mins.Don´t brush them in with copper brush,this will ruin brush,use plastic or fiber brush.Even abrasives may be used to get out severe fouling,but work carefully with them ! Best is to use patch rolled around a cleaning jag and push through barrel in short strokes,gradually towards the muzzle end. After using Ammonia blended solvents,and or abrasives,it is advisable to use milder solvents to clean barrel and do the colour check overnight ! When cleaning process is done it is good workmanship to dry out chamber of gun,clean locking lug aeria,inside of action and put small dips of grease on locking lugs. Accurate Shooting !

Rifle Barrel Cleaning

Muzzle Brake Manual

Gun Silencer Manual

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Hjalti Stefánsson

Poldi Mr. Stefansson exploring "NEW" Info.

Welcome to Riflepro BLOG !

On this blog I welcome all Bench Rest Shooters/Competitors.
And of course Rifle smiths in Bench Rest, target and varmint rifles.
Rifle Action manufacturers,barrel manufacturers,and scope company's who make scopes qualified, for Bench Rest competition,
and long range Varmint shooting, along with 1000 yds.shooting.
The issues here are the discussions of top quality components in riflesmithing, actions, barrels, stocks and scopes. Reloading components, bullets, primers, powders, and related tech details in reloading, bullet seating etc.

Birgir Runar Saemundsson

BRS. Custom Rifles