Phone: (916) 670-1103  |  Email: sales@cstactical.com

Our Blog

This is where CS Tactical talks about stuff related to our industry!
Rifle scope, Gun accessories and tactical gear blog

Bushnell 6-24x50 Elite 4200 30mm

by | Friday, June 24, 2016 |

When Bushnell came out with the 6-24x50 Tactical scopes I was excited about it. I have been very happy with their 10x Tactical scope in the past and was thinking the Bushnell 6-24x50 Tactical would be a great low cost scope for someone to get started in the long-range shooting game. The day we received or shipment I grabbed one, cut open the seal on the box and was not disappointed with the looks.TURRETS: The scope has robust turrets with 12moa per revolution, 44moa of total travel, and the...

no categories.
Read More


Kestrel Weather Meters

by | Friday, June 17, 2016 |

I'm seeing questions on forums, in our inbox, and over the phone about the differences between some of the weather meters. All of the models have slight variations. Some will do a lot of different things and some will definitely help you more than lifting your wet finger in the air. Keep in mind the weather meters aren't designed only for long-range shooting. Some guys buy them for long-range shooting and other uses (hiking, vocational use, etc.). Each newer model retains the features of the...

no categories.
Read More


Shooting Positions: Prone

by | Friday, June 10, 2016 |

Written by Mike CecilI'm going to provide you with some beneficial information relating to shooting positions. First off, there are many different shooting positions (sitting, kneeling, standing, etc.) that would take a lot of time to cover. In regards to any position you want to have a grasp of the fundamentals of shooting which are Head Alignment, Sight Alignment, Breathing, and Natural Point of Aim (search for books written by G. David Tubbs for quality material on shooting).The following is...

no categories.
Read More


What MOA Base Should I Choose and Why?

by | Friday, June 3, 2016 |

What MOA Base Should I Choose and Why?Many people I talk to ask me this question. First off, what is the main goal of a base that has MOA (Minute Of Angle) built into it? The MOA helps in getting the most out of our target or tactical scope elevation knob. If you were asking me, “What MOA Base Should I Choose?”, I would need to know the following three things:1) What is the max distance (aka critical distance) you plan on shooting?2) How much elevation does your round take to get to your max...

no categories.
Read More