Press Release: Gunwerks Release The HAMR Long-Range Rifle

Gunwerks Release The HAMR Long-Range Rifle

The HAMR is the next step in the evolution of extreme long range with a capable range of over two miles.

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Bigger isn’t always better, but for the times when it is, reach for the HAMR. Chambered in 375 Cheytac, the Gunwerks HAMR is the next step in the evolution of extreme long range. The new Gunwerks HAMR launches a 377gr projectile with an incredible .950 G1 ballistic coefficient at nearly 3,000fps. With these phenomenal ballistics, the HAMR boasts a capable range of over 2 miles. 375Cheytec

The HAMR is a special edition, single-run rifle that we have developed to make some of the longest shots imaginable. This means once we sell out of these bad boys, they’re gone for good. The rifle comes standard topped with a Nightforce ATACR F1 7-35×56 scope, Elite Iron bipod, fully adjustable, tactical folding chassis, and aggressive muzzle brake to dramatically tame recoil. This rifle is surprisingly enjoyable to shoot. Overview

As with all Gunwerks rifles, the HAMR comes ready to go right out of the box. Check out the video to see the The HAMR in action.Cadex ChassisCaldwell

CGI: Custom Paint Jobs

This week on Cool Guns of The Internet: Today’s post is brought to you by paint. If you have a firearm you would like us to post in next weeks CGI all you have to do is send us a picture of your firearms via email, at “pictures@gearsofguns.com” and we’ll post it! But tell us what the firearm is and for more flavor, tell us a story about the gun like a funny hunting trip, or a sentimental story about the gun! Make it as detailed as possible! And let us know who you are if you want photo credit!

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Cases & Safes

Atticus and the Gears Crew wrap up the look back at Shot Show 2016 with the photos of safes and gun cases.  Thank you for taking a look back with us.  Hope you enjoyed the scenic tour.  No photos can begin to show the enormity of this show. Again, these photos are best of the ones taken and are meant to show the variety of what is to be seen at Shot Show and are not necessarily a reflection of our editorial support.

 

Flambeau

Flambeau Multi Pistol Gun Case

Liberty

Liberty Safe 0Liberty Safe 2Liberty Safe 3Liberty Safe 4Liberty Safe 5Liberty Safe 6Liberty Safe 9

Pelican

Pelican 1Pelican 2

 

 

 

 

Atticus James is traveling in India for the month of February.  You can follow his adventures at AtticusJames.com.  In the meantime, he has left all of the photos from Shot Show 2016 for those of us left behind to post for him.  (This would explain any issues with photos being mislabeled.  Apologies in advance if this happens). If you find a mislabeled photo, please let us know and we will fix it as soon as possible.

Custom Guns: Shot Show 2016

 

Here is a collection of some of the neatest custom guns that we got photos of at the show.  Some of them we know who made them and some we just don’t know.  If you can tell us, please comment and we will update the photo.

These photos are just a few of the best photos taken.  They are meant to show the variety of what is to be seen at Shot Show and are not necessarily a reflection of our editorial support.Custom Guns

Bergana:

Bergara Custom Gun

Cera Coated:

Cera Coated Green

The Gun Co Tribute to Chris Kyle:

Chris Kyle Titatium.308

Boyd Gunstocks

Cool Gunstocks by Boyd

Barrett 82A1:

Custom Engraved Barrett 2A1

CZ 75 SP01 Shadow 9mm

CZ 75 SP01 Shadow Custom

Marlin Custom Shop:

Marlin Custom

POF Tiffany Blue Rifle:

POF Tiffany Co Blue Rifle

Remington Custom Shop:

Remington Custom

Tacsol Custom Shop :

Tacsol Custom 22's

Volguartsen Custom Shop :

Volguartsen Custom

Weatherby Custom Shop:

Weatherby Custom Guns

Custom & Cool Details:

Custom Scroll

Custom RevolverHex Design Dura Coat

Atticus James is traveling in India for the month of February.  You can follow his adventures at AtticusJames.com.  In the meantime, he has left all of the photos from Shot Show 2016 for those of us left behind to post for him.  (This would explain any issues with photos being mislabeled.  Apologies in advance if this happens).