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Shoot Better!

  • Experience steady crosshairs
  • Mitigate recoil
  • Manage –reduced- recoil better
  • Reacquire your target faster
  • Spot your own shots
  • Rest your bipod on vertical surfaces (e.g. trees, walls)
  • Correct canting through the rotating tubes (lock your bipod and leave it alone!)

John Pierce, the driving force behind Pierce Engineering, is more than just a firearms manufacturer – he’s a dedicated and serious shooter himself, with a passion for competitive benchrest and FTR shooting. This unique perspective has given him invaluable insights into what makes a top-performing rifle, allowing him to create firearms that excel in both precision and reliability.

Pierce’s journey into firearms began in 1980, but his background was in competition racing engines. He spent a significant portion of his life building high-performance engines for various applications, including Oldsmobile, Chevy, and NASCAR. This work demanded an unparalleled level of precision and a hands-on approach, traits that Pierce thoroughly enjoyed. His expertise extended beyond engines, encompassing vehicle aerodynamics and performance optimization.

However, his burgeoning interest in competitive shooting led him to work on customers’ firearms, where he began to realize that there were recurring issues that needed to be addressed. This realization sparked the idea of designing an action that preemptively resolved these problems, setting the stage for the creation of Pierce Engineering.

By 2000, John Pierce had transitioned exclusively to firearms, driven by his passion for engineering, craftsmanship, and competitive shooting. Over the years, he has continually refined his skill set, producing actions and rifles that have proven their mettle in diverse climate conditions, from sub-zero temperatures to scorching tropical environments.

Pierce Engineering’s reputation now extends far beyond American borders, with customers across the globe, including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Sweden, England, Italy, Pakistan, and even remote Baffin Island. Notably, Pierce’s dedication to his craft extends beyond rifles; he has manufactured harpoons for the Inuit indigenous people on Baffin Island, showcasing the versatility of his skills and the breadth of his commitment to precision engineering