+ Latest News


22-Jul-2019

New French Dealer

Exciting News! We are pleased to share that we now have a dealer in France. Bruno from Armeca VPC. We recently shared Bruno's succe... read more


26-Jun-2019

Asad Wahid Adjutant of the Great Britain FT/R Team Sets new F T/R Record

CONGRATULATIONS to Asad Wahid Adjutant of the Great Britain FT/R Team who set the new GB Long Range 1000 Yard F T/R record at the 18th May 2019 GB... read more


17-Dec-2018

Brayden Tayler and his Barnard Model P

We are always happy when we hear that young talent are competing and preforming well in competitive shooting, especially when they are usi... read more


Technical Drawings and Information


These drawings are to aid in the production of Stocks and Barrels. 


Please note, they are subject to change without notice, and ensure that you are using the latest version.


Stock Information


Please note the following;-
  • That our preferred method for mounting a single shot action to your stock is with one of our V- bedding blocks.
  • Take the action screws down evenly, no particular sequence required. The actions are stiff, regular in shape, and have plenty of bedding area and so don’t appear to suffer the complexities of bedding that other actions have.



Barrel and Chamber information.

Suggested barrel to action torque of 70 ft/lbs.

Please Note the following;- 

  • These drawings are suggestions and should be used as guidance only
  • Case Protrusion safety. When fitting a barrel it is your responsibility to ensure that the breech is safe for the cartridge case in question. Keep the unsupported cartridge case to a minimum. “Safe protrusion” is for you to work out. Cases are different in shape, size, groove shape, rim thickness, wall thickness and internal shape. Section the case in question and match it against your chamber, is the internal powder space supported adequately in your chamber?? That is the question you need to ask yourself. Obviously feeding, bolt nose and extractor configuration require a compromise but safety is paramount. If at all in doubt see a qualified gunsmith to do the work for you.



Barnard Target Trigger Information

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Or contact us directly, we are always happy to help.