Gun Report

Fulton Armory FAR-15 Predator Varmint Precision 223 Rem., $1995

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The coolest and costliest gun in our test provided the best overall accuracy, although it just missed the claimed “1/2 inch MOA or better” guarantee. Each gun is built to order, so you can pick and choose the options you prefer to lower the price, but southpaws should request something other than the right-handed pistol grip normally provided.

Fulton Armory FAR-15 Predator Varmint Precision 223 Rem., $1995

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Righties liked the Predator Match Pistol Grip; southpaws reviled it. Above: the FAR-15 makes for an imposing combination when equipped with a Super Sniper scope, sunshade attachment, and a Harris bipod.
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This is the FAR-15’s unique side cocking module. Although eliminating the brass deflector, it didn’t result in hot brass raining down on us.

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