Newsletter - In The Newshttp://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The Newsen-us2018-09-24T22:22:09.7489912-05:00Roberts Precision Rifles - Full Reviewhttp://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=138/31/2018 8:51:34 AMWho is Aaron Roberts? (Not to be confused with John Galt). Aaron Roberts is a former Ranger and then head of Blackwater training, as well as a long time national competitor in various rifle disciplines.40-X .308http://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=109/12/2012 12:00:00 AM<div><font face="times">I hate rebarreling - especially if the gun is a shooter before.</font></div><div><font face="times"><br></font></div><div><font face="times">I am the proud owner of a very rare lefty 40X in 308 (original barrel stamped "7.62 NATO"), it has been a shooter since I got it, but barrels are - for non-safe queen rifles - meant to be replaced.</font></div><div><font face="times"><br></font></div><div><font face="times">The time came for the original to go and a new barrel. I chose a Rock barrel off a group buy a few months back.Robert's Precision Rifiles @ The 2012 Hunters Extravaganzahttp://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=88/3/2012 12:00:00 AM<p>Showcasing the best gear, guides and outfitters, the Hunters Extravaganzas will provide the hunters with the opportunity of BIG savings before the season starts on everything needed to hunt that trophy whitetail buck of a lifetime.&nbsp; Plus, there will be more FREE prizes, contests and attractions than ever before.My .223 Buildhttp://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=117/22/2012 12:00:00 AM<div><font face="times">I am a big fan of the .223 for long range match shooting. In an effort to prove just how effective a properly set up .223 bolt gun can be, I decided to go ahead and post this.Aaron Roberts Built .260http://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=97/19/2012 12:00:00 AM<p>Hey everyone - I recently picked up this rifle up (thanks to hemiram347) and thought I would post a little review. Here are the specs of the rifle:</p><p>Stiller TAC-30 short action 20 MOA rail<br>Manners T4A stock w/ Manners Mini Chassis<br>26" Rock barrel.New Rifle Smith - Robert's Precision Rifleshttp://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=74/29/2012 12:00:00 AM<p>I recently have had the pleasure of doing business with a new young very knowledgeable gunsmith that has built some of the most beautiful and functional rifles I have ever seen in my almost 50 years of shooting. </p><p>I have a Rem 700P that another smith here in the Houston area did less than a stellar job on, so started asking around the north side of Houston for someone to maybe cleanup some of the mess.People who actually work hard and succeed in what they do rarely think there is anything specialhttp://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=410/26/2011 12:00:00 AM<p>People who actually work hard and succeed in what they do rarely think there is anything special about themselves. Aaron Roberts, now in his third season as co-host of "Handguns TV" on Sportsman Channel, didn't really think an article about him would be very interesting.<br>&nbsp;<br>"Everybody's heard people talk about their backgrounds," he says, "and mine's no different than anybody else's."</p><p>Coming from somebody who has been a U.S.Aaron Roberts Of Handguns TV At The 2010 NRA Meetingshttp://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=65/13/2010 12:00:00 AM<p>Aaron Roberts, host of the Handguns TV program on the Sportsman Channel, talks to Cam Edwards and Ginny Simone at the 2010 NRA Annual Meetings in Charlotte, NC about the show's mission to accommodate both firearm beginners and experts alike. Roberts and co-host Brian Stas both have law enforcement backgrounds, and Roberts says that his additional experience working as a full-time firearms instructor influences his performance on television.Handguns The One-of-a-Kind Shooting TV Show Returns on Sportsman Channelhttp://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=53/31/2010 12:00:00 AM<p>&nbsp;Handguns, the only program on any television network that focuses solely on handguns, is debuting its sophomore season this week with new host, Brian Stas, joining Aaron Roberts as they set their sights on new targets, tackle new challenges, and rip off even more ammunition than last season. Handguns airs Thursday nights at 8:30 p.m.A testimonial by Greg Rodriguez...http://houstonhandguntraining.com/default.aspx?act=newsletter.aspx&category=In The News&newsletterid=121/1/2010 12:00:00 AM<p>Aaron's professional shooting background begain when he was in the U.S Special Operations Command, assigned to the 75th Ranger Regiment, and later the 10th Mountain Division's Long Range Surveillance Detachment (LRSD).&nbsp; After leaving military service he became a Texas State Trooper and was later hired to become a lead staff firearms and tactics instructor at the world-renowned Blackwater Training Center.