Author Archives: Criterion

3 Gun Application for CBI Barrels

Shooting with Criterion We began sponsoring 3-Gun match shooter Sean Dexter in May 2010. After being supplied with one CBI chrome-lined AR15 barrel, he has experienced first-hand the benefits of shooting with Criterion. “They are perfect for the application,” Sean says, “I have never shot a chrome-lined barrel that matches its accuracy and stamina.” The […]

Criterion Goes Global

Criterion Barrels, Inc. is proud to announce its partnership with C96 Trading Company. Based out of Cherrybrook, Australia C96 will distribute the following barrels: M1917 Enfield P14 Enfield Springfield M1903 Savage Pre-Fits …and coming soon: SMLE #4 .303 British with Bayonet Lug Check out the C96 website here.

Criterion Junior Shooters: The Leppla Twins

May 2011 – Daniella Leppla shooting with Deanna Leppla using a spotting scope and scoring at Lodi, WI. Daniella and Deanna Leppla are 16 years old and have been shooting for two years. They shoot at a 200-yard range near their home as well as at the 1,000-yard range in Lodi, WI. The Leppla twins […]

Not Just Beginners Luck: Lockhart Now Has Three Pending National Records

In early fall 2011, during her first ever F-Open Class match, Michele Lockhart shot a winning score of 450-22x with her Criterion pre-fit. Since then, she has set a total of three national records—all in her third match ever at the 2011 Tennessee Mid-Range State Championship. On the first day of the competition, Michele shot […]

15-Year-Old Gal Wins Her First-Ever F-Class Match

Michele, Tammy, and Troy are all family members who have something in common: They’re all great shooters. Michelle won her first-ever F-Class match using a 28″ 6mmBR Criterion manufactured Savage pre-fit. Check out the accurateshooter.com article regarding Michele’s victory.

Criterion Savage Pre-Fits Shine in Accurate Shooter Review

How much can a Criterion pre-fit improve the performance of your rifle? Accurateshooter.com featured an article showcasing our barrel mounted on a Savage LRPV chambered in 6mmBR. How did it perform? Read this article to find out!