High end AR-10 built by the company known for their semi-auto AR patterned rifles chambered in .300 Win Mag. There appears to be two different variations of the Executive Order; this model with the extended handguard, and another with a shorter handguard but different type of barrel. You can also get the Executive Order in either .308 Winchester or 6.5 Creedmoor. As you’ve probably suspected, this is not a cheap AR-10. MSRP is about $4,500. (GRH)
Known for their AR-15 rifles, Warsport unveiled new calibers for the infamous LVOA model. Now available in .308 and 6.5 Creedmoor, the LVOA also has a newly designed handguard that allows it to be suppressor ready. Note the pistol variant with what looks like a Shockwave Blade Arm Brace. (GRH)
A relatively new cartridge that hit the market in 2008, it is usually seen being chambered in bolt-action rifles and AR-10’s. There is a love-it-or-hate-it debate with the Creedmoor. It’s been fairly well embraced in the long range precision shooting community but scoffed at as another upstart caliber on forums with older members. Just depends on what you plan on using it for and if you can afford to do. (GRH)
A bullpup bolt-action rifle made by Desert Tactical Arms. Available in 8 different calibers, ranging from .260 Remington, .308 Winchester, .300 Win Mag, .338 Norma, .338 Lapua Magnum, 6.5 Creedmoor, 7mm Winchester Short Magnum and 6.5x47 Lapua. The chassis has a steep price tag of $3,000+ but it does not include the barrel, bolt or magazine. Those have to be bought separately from Desert Tactical Arms.
The Nemesis Arms Vanquish is bolt-action rifle available in different calibers, ranging from .308 Winchester, 243 Winchester, .260 Remington, 6.5 Creedmoor and .338 Federal It’s a take-down design that allows it to be broken down into its main components for a compact storage configuration. They used to have two options; the tactical briefcase and tactical backpack but the one in the photo is their newest option, the tactical “lunchbox”.
Not a cheap package to begin with, you’ll often find these for $5,000+ or more depending on what brand of scope has been put on it.
Generations of New York’s pigeons have flocked to the Creedmoor asylum for no reason but to poop all over it, particularly in the abandoned Building 25, and the preserved towers of guano now serve as monuments to the spirit of fuck everything about this place.
I’ve found a lot of amazing things in abandoned asylums, but this is hands down THE BEST thing I’ve ever found. And it’s not from a magazine, it’s hand drawn with pencil and was stapled to the wall in the janitor’s room in the basement. Also in that room were sexy pin-ups from the 70’s, some great old records and patriotic doodles on the inside of a cabinet.
The Western Lights,” Creedmoor had said. “Or the Western Sea, toward which we are heading. Sea, sky, land, day, night, indistinguishable, not yet separated. Where creation begins, or maybe hasn’t happened yet. How many explorers have come this far? Not many. One day we may come to the shore and make our stand there against the Line under the light of its mad energy. They should write a poem about us.
Classroom in Creedmoor State Hospital’s Building 3 Complex. Sadly, the entire complex was covered in graffiti from local “urbex” crews, but a few rooms - such as this one - have largely escaped the wrath of spray paint. I will never understand the inclination to vandalize historic insane asylums, but sadly, it happens all too frequently.