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Steinert SuperChrono

 

M98 Bore Cleaner- Copper and Carbon Solvent

 

Recoil brakes only available while stocks last

GS Custom recoil brakes have been used since 1983 to reduce recoil. The current design is a sixth generation development of the original brake and will reduce recoil by 50% or more, depending on caliber.

The advantages of fitting a recoil brake are:

  • On a medium calibre rifle, the strike of the bullet can be seen through the scope. - Shooter confidence is increased.
  • Rifle stock damage due to recoil is reduced to insignificant levels. - Reduced costs and avoidance of expensive repairs when on a hunting trip.
  • Scopes and mounts are less prone to shooting loose or failing. - Increased reliability while hunting.
  • The rifle muzzle is protected from accuracy destroying damage. - Increased reliability and confidence.
  • All calibers are more comfortable to shoot. - No more cut eyebrows, painful bruises and, worst of all, developing a flinch.
  • Full fitting instructions are included.  - Requires only a person with access to a thread cutting lathe and basic turning skills.

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  Registers for the Firearms Industry

Registers will all take more than double the number of entries compared to competitive products. Coupled with the low price, the cost of each register entry is less than one third of the price of competitive products. All registers are hard cover and colour coded for convenience. All our registers include guidelines on the correct use of the new registers in accordance with the Act.

Who needs these registers?

1. Dealer in firearms - Firearms Stock and Safe Custody Register (Regulation 37 (1))

2. Dealer in Ammunition - Ammunition Stock Register. (Regulation 37 (2))

3. Dealer or Gunsmith who employs people who trade in or work with firearms - Competency Register (Regulation 37 (4))

4. Gunsmith - Firearm Repair Register (Regulation 57 (1))

5. Dealer or Gunsmith who keeps main firearm components in stock - Firearm Parts Register (Regulation 57 (1) (b))

6 Gunsmith who receives or uses ammunition for testing purposes : Ammunition Stock Register (Regulation 57 (2))

7. Any person or business involved in firearms training: Record of Training (Regulation 7(2))

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GS Custom Bullets, situated in Port Elizabeth on the East Coast of South Africa, manufactures solid copper, turned, monolithic bullets for hunting and sport shooting. These bullets are used by hunters on several continents, hunting from the smallest of antelope to the largest of dangerous game, using the smooth HP bullet, as well as the more popular HV, FN and SP bullets with the patented drive band concept. GSC bullets are configured for the highest possible ballistic coefficients. SP bullets are mainly used for sport shooting. All GS Custom Bullets are coated.