Who makes international accuracy?

Who makes international accuracy?

Accuracy International

Type Limited company
Key people Dave Walls, Tom Irwin
Products Anti-materiel rifles, sniper rifles
Owner Dave Walls, Tom Irwin, Paul Bagshaw
Website www.accuracyinternational.com

Is AWP a real gun?

AWP (Arctic Warfare Police) The AWP is normally chambered for 7.62×51mm NATO/.308 Winchester or .243 Winchester ammunition, though it can be chambered for other cartridges. The AWP is distinct from the Accuracy International AW AE, which also has a black finish but is a cheaper non-military version of the AW series.

How did Accuracy International start?

It all began with shooting club members, Dave Walls and David Caig, having a go at building replicas of two of 19th century Colt pistols – from photographs. An expert on Colt revolvers told them, “If you built these just from pictures, you should be in the business of making guns.”

What replaced the L96?

Usage of the L96A1 was eventually replaced by the . 338 Lapua Calibre L115A3.

Did accuracy international start in a shed?

Eventually, the “two Daves”, turned this activity into a business called C&W Products, with the work being performed in a shed at Dave Wall’s home in Worthing, Sussex. It was here that C&W advanced into a higher level of activity by designing and manufacturing its first rifle. Unsurprisingly, it was a target rifle.

Where was the AWP made?

Overview. The Accuracy International Arctic Warfare series is a series of sniper rifles manufactured by Accuracy International of United Kingdom. The Arctic Warfare Police (AWP) is the law enforcement variant of the series, commonly chambered for 7.62×51mm NATO.

Is the L96 a LS3?

The L96 (along with the LC8, L76, and LY6) came with high-flowing LS3-type rectangle port heads. These engines start life in trucks, but today you’re just as likely to spot them under the hood of a turbocharged drag car.