LAP uses on the highest quality products in our builds. Use the links below to learn more about the products we use to build the
most accurate precision rifles that money can buy.
The rifle stock is one of the most important features of any rifle but often the most over looked.
Color, Design and Weight are only a few things to keep in mind but, fit to the shooter is possibly the single most important feature of any rifle stock.
The position you shoot from and the type of shooting you plan on doing is key to your selection.
Based on my own personal observations, usage and experience, I only recommend McMillan Rifle Stocks.
Should you desire a stock other than McMillan, I will assist you in every way I can.
M40A-1 HTG (GENERAL PURPOSE HUNTING)
While there are several quality barrel manufacturers, the barrels I recommend are the ones which have given me the greatest success. Look at any 1000 yard BR competition equipment list and you’ll see the barrels that dominate the sport. The barrels I own and highly recommend are as follows and without reservation: Krieger.
Krieger Barrels, Inc. manufactures precision single-point cut-rifled barrels in calibers ranging from .17 Cal. through 4 Bore to the best target and custom rifle builders and shooters in the world.
Triggers are a very important component an any rifle. The wrong trigger on a rifle will cause your accuracy to drop significantly.
For this reason we recommend only the finest triggers for your new rifles.
Louisiana Precision Rifles now uses Jewell triggers in all of our custom builds.
Like the barrels I recommend, optics are no different. My recommendations are based on what has given me the best results and what has a proven track record. I personally use the NXS and BR line of Nightforce Optics on my personal rifles and I recommend the same for my clients. Nightforce Optics is the optic of choice for Louisiana Precision Rifles. Whether you are a hunter, competitive shooter, Law Enforcement SWAT Team Member or weekend plinker, Nightforce Optics has a scope that will meet your needs. With multiple reticles, models and features being available to the consumer we feel there's really no reason to look further for your optic.
CeraKote is the coating of choice for Louisiana Precision Rifles, LLC. If you want the very best coating available look no further. CeraKote was developed by NIC Industries; Inc. CeraKote was designed to provide a high quality, long lasting finish, with high corrosion protection and durability. The CeraKote series we recommend for all Firearms finishes is the "H" series which is a thermal cure coating. Unlike other coatings, "H" series CeraKote offers unequaled levels of hardness and abrasion resistance because of their unique ceramic backbone.
CeraKote is available in 31 standard colors. It provides excellent corrosion protection, outstanding abrasion resistance, extreme hardness, & unmatched durability. CeraKote has self-lubricating elements incorporated throughout the coatings matrix, this allow firearms to function with little or no fluid lubricants that typically attract abrasive dust particles. CeraKote performs extremely well in automatics with high cyclic rates.
The "C" series ceramic gun coatings were designed as a single component ambient cure system. As higher temperatures are reached the "C" series will flux, becoming harder and more abrasion resistant. After a full cure this coating provides excellent resistance to most cleaning solvents and chemicals. It has a pencil scratch hardness (ASTM D3363) of 7h, exceeded the 5% salt spray test (ASTM B117) with well over 550 hrs., an adhesion cross cut tape (ASTM D3359) of 5B, & has an optimal film thickness of 0.5 to 1.0 mils. It has a heat stability rating in excess of 1200 degrees f for extended periods without failing.
The "H" series was designed as a two part thermal cure system. It provides a very high quality, long lasting finish with high corrosion resistance. It offers unpatrolled levels of abrasion resistance and hardness because of the two part component system. The "H" series has a viscosity #2 Zahn cup of 13.0 sec, an optimal film thickness of 0.5 to 1.0 mils, passes the 5% salt spray test (ASTM B117) in excess of 2,500 hrs., has a pencil scratch hardness (ASTM D3363) of 7h, the adhesion cross cut tape (ASTM D3359 of 5B, and heat stability of 525 degrees f for extended periods without failing.