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The Competitive AR15:
Builderrs Guide


MATCH-BOOK


HIGH POWER BASICS




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COMING ATTRACTIONS

UPDATED 09.16

Wahoo and Yippie Coyote! Top-Grade Ammo is done! Place your order now!

I'm working hard right now on ANOTHER AR15 BOOK. It's called "The Practical AR15" and it's the AR15 book that covers it over from a non-competitive-shooter's perspective. Hit's-a-goodun! Hopefully due out this winter.


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MORE SOON!

TOP GRADE AMMO
THE COMPETITIVE AR15
BUILDER'S GUIDE

The PRACTICAL AR15

Zediker Publishing
MATCHBOOK

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TOP GRADE AMMO

I've been working on this for a while now. It's better than Handloading For Competition... Top-Grade Ammo is for the person who wants a very easy to digest, easy to follow means to handload TOP quality ammuntiion.

It has all the wisdom and advice HLC is famous for, and this time it answers the question, "Right.. But what do I DO, what do I GET, how and where do I GET STARTED?"

Folks, if you are the proud owner of a dull new AR15 and you want to commence to loading your own ammuntion, this book is a godsend.

ORDER NOW

THE COMPETITIVE AR15: BUILDER'S GUIDE

This has sort of been done before by others but I think I did a way better job! In the past few years I can't really say that I'm not no gunnysmiff anymore. I pretty much have become one. I've gotten right handy at assembling rifles and this book talks about how it should be, and shouldn't be, done.

I've been planning out this manual and working on its content during the work on the NEW AR15 book. I can't say it will turn anyone into a gunsmith but can say it's going to give everyone a far better understanding of how the rifle's systems work, as well as point you in the right direction if you're considering parts options or upgrades.

Among step-by-step topics: complete upper and lower receiver buildup, installing a free-float tube (Service Rifle, Match Rifle, tactical), learning to quality check parts, choosing the parts, installing an adjustable buttstock, and on and on. Additionally, the better varieties of single- and two-stage match triggers are discussed, along with installation and tuning. Tools too. All you need and those you don't. I even show how to make magazines better.

It's a very good reference and it's been a lot of work getting together. I decided to make it a spiral bound "lay flat" book that can go to the shop with you.


MATCHBOOK

I thought about and then laid out what I wanted for a High Power Rifle scorebook or data book about five years ago and have been testing it ever since. I like it, and so do others who have tried it. I don't know if the world really needs a new source and a new product like this, but I plan to offer them for sale soon.

It's still being figured out. I'm trying to find a way to make it work without having it be too costly. I'm also working with Gary Singley on some modifications and offshoots that will really help shooters of all levels do better across the course.

The main difference between my book and the others is that mine offers a means for you to actually shoot better! It's not just a plotting page. Differences? For one my rapid fire pages fold over each other to see group locations. My 600-yard pages offer one of two really simple systems to keep up with your sight corrections from shot to shot (one of the several "shoot better" features). My book has a way to chart your shooting progress, and rifle, and zeros, and load, and everything else we're all supposed to keep up with. Mine has more room to write and, of course, is way on better to look at than the others. Additionally, there are really good short courses on wind reading, match preparation, checklists, and other things that can be pulled and read.

Current plans call for separate MatchBooks for the Master/High-Master and another for other classifications. Differences will be in the means for plotting shots and also the target graphics. Watch for more soon...


OTHER BOOKS

I get all sorts of ideas on things to publish, but never know whether they're viable or not. If, by the way, enough of you name it I'd sure appreciate knowing what you'd like it to be. E-mail or write. Give me a push in some direction and that's liable to be where I'll head.


WEB SITE

I want this to keep growing, and, as such, will take steps to make it grow. The trouble is that web work is publishing, and that takes time away from me getting to work on the hard copy (the books). I wish there were more of me, or more hours in the day. However! I will continue to try to get some materials up for you and, as always, there are beaucoups new when something new comes out from Zediker Publishing.