Conventional scope mounting often fails to bring out best accuracy in a firearm. Here’s how a quality scope mounting system on the legendary, half-century old Remington XP-100 pistol changed all that.
by Norman E. Johnson
In the past I have worked with several Remington Model XP-100 handguns, including a totally rebuilt model of switch-barrel status with four barrels and two bolts. The Model XP-100 is a very durable, single-shot action capable of extraordinary accuracy. Performance, of course, is directly dependent on the optical sighting system, as well as loads used and shooter technique.
The subject of this treatise involves a standard issue Remington Model XP-100 chambered for the…
Read more in the May 2018 issue.