Rebuilding a deer rifle with Carolina ALL OUT


Get your favorite rifle ready for deer season

Do you have a rifle that’s not getting the tight groups you’d like to see? Chris Douglas of Carolina ALL OUT had this problem with one of his rifles. So he took it to Montgomery Community College to have some gunsmithing done.

“I would say everything functions fine. It just doesn’t seem to hold a group like it did when I first got it,” Douglas said to Len Fagan, who works as an instructor in the gunsmithing program at the school. Douglas also admitted he’s not the best at taking care of a gun, and thought the rifle, which he’s had for many years, could use some work.

Fagan started working on the gun, a Remington 700. Check out Part 1 of this two-part series and see if you pick up any tips on working on your own rifle. And for more outdoor videos that take place inside the state of North Carolina, click here.

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Brian Cope is the editor of Carolina Sportsman. He has won numerous awards for his writing, photography, and videography. He is a retired Air Force combat communications technician, and has a B.A. in English Literature from the University of South Carolina. You can reach him at

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