The long-awaited Tiborasaurus Rex review of Accuracy Solutions has been uploaded to YouTube and is available to view. Rex’s opening line is, “this thing is incredibly helpful.” Later on, he continues by adding, “it really really helps. Not even exaggerating it makes it twice as good or three times as easy maybe more, it’s hard to quantify this but I will certainly tell you it makes it way easier to stay steady.”


Rex and a couple of participants from the Rex Reviews project had the opportunity to try out Accuracy Solutions and had no trouble getting on target and staying steady.  Rex himself
laid out 50 rounds during his testing from 1,100 yards and in his words, “knocked the heck out of the steal.” “I cannot stress how important it is to get a perfectly steady support, Rex said.”

While Rex’s friend was field testing Accuracy Solutions and Rex was filming, Rex made the comment “it’s like too easy” since his friend nailed the 500-yard target twice in a row with minimal time between shots.  Rex’s friend agreed and added, “ya that really makes it steady. This must be what the Egyptians used to make their Pyramids.”

Which is not to far off since the lever fulcrum axiom is undoubtedly used to lift heavy objects but can be leveraged to keep your rifle steady as well.  Rex started his explanation of this by referencing the Disney movie Sword and the Stone and reminding people the owl character was named Archimedes. In real life Archimedes didn’t invent the lever but was able to explain the principles.

Image result for archimedes owlDaniel Gyurec, Managing Member of Accuracy Solutions and Inventor of Accuracy Solutions, used Archimedes principles of the lever to inspire the design and prove that moving the resting point further to the muzzle of the rifle and beyond would indeed stabilize the rifle.

Rex continues by explaining, “taking advantage of the raw mathematical principle of just increasing the length of the end of the lever (where you are manipulating the toe of the rifle) and the fulcrum (bipod) the longer that is the more movement it takes on the far end (stock end) to translate that wiggling into the cross-hairs.”

Another portion of the review focused on the materials used to make the stabilization platform and how Accuracy Solutions achieved the light weight rigid design through carbon fiber, polymers and aluminum.  Also, Rex went over the installation process that only takes seconds if you have a pic rail installed on the forend of your rifle and noticed all the equipment is included if you do not.

Rex goes on to tell his viewers, “If you do have a couple of seconds to lay down and make a prone shot it only takes another second to attach this and another second or two to extend it and you have Radically increased your steadiness potential.”

Rex closes by saying that Accuracy Solutions “might be hard to explain and may be hard to believe that something this simple can make that big of a difference but it is a very smart design.  To make a long story short definitely, consider this as an option for someone who wants to gain maximum steadiness.”

He thanked Accuracy Solutions for sending him Accuracy Solutions and was jokingly not going to give us model BXT 40X3 back.  Rex, by all means, keep it and continue to enjoy shooting steadier so you can improve hit ratios and distance milestones.

We look forward to meeting Rex and his crew in Dallas Texas June16th-18th for RX17.  We also look forward to meeting the 80 fans that signed up for the long range precision rifle seminar to learn shooting tips and instructions from Rex and Paul McCoy.  Huber Concepts’ John Huber will be speaking on trigger mechanics and our own Daniel Gyurec will be speaking on bipod positioning.

Long Range Precision Shooters

Stay Tuned for photos and a full report on the event!!!

On a separate note, we here at Accuracy Solutions would like to thank everyone who has pre-ordered a Accuracy Solutions and look forward to delivering it to you by the end of summer or hopefully sooner.

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