Lapua Rimfire Performance Center
COVID 19 Update 5/1/2020:
Our Marengo, Ohio location is accepting both in person appointments and mail in rifles. Email us at email@example.com to make an appointment or if you have any questions.
Our Mesa, Arizona location is currently only accepting mail in rifles. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Now in two locations: Mesa, AZ and Marengo, OH
We want to ensure that you have the best ammunition available, matched specifically to your rifle, for the ultimate in competitive performance.
Overview of Testing Procedure
Testing normally takes from two to four hours, depending on the number of lots being evaluated.
The barreled action of the rifle is first removed from the stock, then mounted into a precision machined bedding block that is custom made for your type of action (when available). This block is then put into our return to battery fixture, which is attached to a large concrete block that has its own foundation separate from the rest of the building. We take these steps to ensure that as many variables as possible are removed during the testing process. This helps us to provide you with the most reliable testing data you can find.
Generally, we test six to seven lots per rifle. The number of rounds fired will vary from one lot to another, with the more promising lots being tested again to verify their superiority in your rifle. Those lots showing less than promising results will not be pursued. If you are present during the testing, we will go over the results together in real time. If you mailed in your rifle, we will email you the results so that you can see the actual targets fired and select one or more lots based on the groups presented.
Once you have selected your ammo lot, our Lapua Rimfire Performance Center staff will assist you in purchasing your ammunition through your usual supplier.
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