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E.R. Shaw ERS-10 6.5 Creedmoor

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A- (Best Buy)
There are a lot of guns out there, but few are what we would call bargains. This one stands out.

E.R. Shaw ERS-10 6.5 Creedmoor

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M-Lock-compatible slots were found at 10, 2 (top left arrow), 4 (top right arrow) and 8 o’clock. E.R. Shaw supplies its own Picatinny rail segments (bottom arrow) that thread into the track found on the interior side of the rail as mounting points. The threaded brackets seated within channels on the interior side of the handguard at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock. Rails could be mounted anywhere along the length of the handguard without interruption.
The ERS-10 was an inexpensive rifle by most standards. One major upgrade was the nickel-boron-coated bolt and bolt carrier.
Note how well the handguard was mated to the receiver. There was also a small overlap shown just below the rail where the two components meet to assure a lasting index. This was indicative of the maker paying attention to what matters most.

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