FTR Custom Rifles
The F/TR rifle was first envisioned by George Farquharson, a Canadian shooter. Dubbed the "F-Class" after Farquharson, the f-class competitions were first envisioned as a alternative for shooters who did not like the pain and physical ability that is required to shoot in conventional prone rifle competitions.
See our Photo Gallery of Custom FTR Rifles.
Unlike the "F Open" class where the shooter gets a choice of calibers, a "F Class Tactical Rifle" (FTR) category was created for 308 shooters. In addition to being constrained to the 308 caliber, the FTR rifle must use a bipod whereas the F-Open shooter can have a heavy and elaborate front rest for their rifles.
It is these constraints to FTR that makes it important to choose a custom FTR rifle that is accurate. There are many factors that influence your ability to win in FTR:
Precision rifles & tool is a leader in precision rifles for F-class and FTR competitions, and we boast that our FTR rifles have won dozens of championships.
If you want a FTR custom rifle that will win competitions then your choices are very limited. You need to seek out a gunsmith that will give you personalized support, advise you on the best configuration and have the skill to create a custom FTR rifle that is accurate to one-half MOA at 1,000 yards..
With a custom rifle we built, Mr. Phil Kelley won the NC Long Range Championship and set the new World & National Record while doing so with a clean 200-5X at 1000 yards with a .308 in F-T/R Div.
There are many different ways to customize your FTR rifle. Here are some example FTR rifle photos:
F-T/R Chambered in our 308 T/R Comp. reamer mounted on PR&T Custom Laminated Walnut T/R "Low Boy Stock" With a Kelbly's Custom Grizzly Action.
F-T/R .Chambered in our 308 T/R Comp. reamer mounted on PR&T Black Laminate T/R "Low Boy Stock"™ with Savage Action
F-T/R Chambered in our 308 T/R Comp. reamer mounted on PR&T Green/Black Laminate T/R "Low Boy Stock" With Savage Action
See all Color choices of laminated woods on our custom stock page.