TW author David Bahde knows long-range precision. He’s the go-to guy for serious downrange accuracy, and this has led him to the .375 CheyTac, a cartridge born to provide similar accuracy to the .408 CT without all of its awesome recoil. According to Bahde, “A recent test of [the .375 CT] in Utah resulted in supersonic flight out to 2,500 yards. It also yielded sub-MOA accuracy at 3,080 yards!”
So when Ashbury Precision Ordnance unveiled it’s new SuperSport XLR, built with a SABER VX bolt action surrounded by a completely modular SABER-FORSST chassis system, naturally Bahde wanted to get his hands on it. The buttstock is fully adjustable, as is the Magpul MIAD grip, and users can add rails to the forend. This carefully crafted, tank-tough rifle also houses a Huber “Staged Break” two-stage trigger.
To learn more about the SuperSport and find out how it fared against targets 1,100 yards away, check out the November 2013 issue of Tactical Weapons, available on newsstands and digitally September 24, 2013. To subscribe, go to http://www.tactical-life.com/subscribe/tactical-weapons/.