A Happy Customer is a Loyal Customer
MG Arms clients are just as passionate about their firearms as we are. That is why they continue to come back to us over and over again. This page is dedicated to our loyal customers that have supported us through the 30+ years of business.
Only Needed One Shot
Thank you for refurbishing my rifle. It was such a dream to pack for 8 days. Being so light. It shoots amazing and I only needed one shot. Got lucky and hit him good as he was quartering slightly and hit some heart and lung. He only went about ten yards and was down!
Rifle consistently shoots 0.50″-0.75″ MOA
“This Fannin ram was the 15th mountain game animal I’ve taken with my Ultralight .300 Win Mag. This was a challenging hunt; the rams stayed in heavy timber. Ended up with a 580 yard shot on Day 7; dropped in his tracks. Rifle consistently shoots 0.50” – 0.75” MOA, and I continue to be amazed by the combination of lightweight and low recoil. Love this rifle! Kemp”
Finest Rifle Available
Your commitment to standing behind your work is unprecedented in the market place today.
The thing is incredible!
I just want to say I LOVE MY Rifle!!!!!!!!! The thing is incredible! I assisted and let several people shoot 17 animals with this rifle. Everybody LOVES it and says its there favorite. I want another that is light and big rifle with the same 3.5 x18 4-w scope, for moose, bear, Mt Goat, Ibex, Argali.
Just wanted to send a quick note about how much I have continued to enjoy the 300wm ultra light y’all built for me. It has taken an elk, muley, nilgai bull and cow so far. Great to carry anywhere, shoots lights out, and has performed flawlessly with the 210 Bergers. Thanks again for all the attention to detail in the build and I will be looking forward to another one soon
A Great Day!
MG Arms, 190 lbs. 20+ inside spread. 22+ Main Beams. 9pt with a kicker. 308 yard shot with my MG Arms 7mm Mag with MG Arms custom made ammo right out of the box to the stand on 12/24/2017. (The date of my 30th wedding
anniversary) Thanks for making it a great day!!!
Finally . . .
Finally had a chance to use the.260 REM you guys built for me. One shot kill
with a Hornady 143 grain ELDX at 200 yards.
Huge Mountain Lion killed with a MGA Dragon Slayer
I definitely took the right gun!
Kerry and Carol, I hope you guys are ok, we got devastated down here but I made it back from the Yukon. This 6.5 Creedmor was unbelievable and backpacking with a light gun really made it a lot better. I got an exceptional Stone with 14.25″
Bases. I definitely took the right gun! One down, 3 more to go and plan on using this gun for the rest! Thanks again.
The rifle shoots great
I wanted to send a picture of the ram I took yesterday with the 6.5-300 you put together for me. The rifle shoots great and I couldn’t be happier. Julie loves the .257 and .270 you built as well.
Fourth Try’s the Charm
I just wanted to let you know that I finally got a cougar on my fourth try.I just wanted to let you know that I finally got a cougar on my fourth try. I used my trusted and favorite .270 from two of my favorite peeps! Thank you once again.
Still in Love
I am still in love with my MG Ultra light! Thanks again!
825 yard Elk
Just wanted to thank you for the 300RUM Ultralite rifle you built me this past spring. I took it to New Mexico, Unit 23 (Gila National Forrest) and on the second day, I shot this 350″ Bull Elk at 825yards, one shot. I was hunting with Michael De La O of Gila & Apache Outfitters in Reserve NM. These guys are the real deal, and this country was so rough,that without that sub-MOA accuracy of your rifle, it would have never happened. The 7 total pounds (with Huskemaw 5-20×50) of weight made the world of difference in that country.Just wanted to thank you for the 300RUM Ultralite rifle you built me this past spring. I took it to New Mexico, Unit 23 (Gila National Forrest) and on the second day, I shot this 350″ Bull Elk at 825yards, one shot. I was hunting with Michael De La O of Gila & Apache Outfitters in Reserve NM. These guys are the real deal, and this country was so rough,that without that sub-MOA accuracy of your rifle, it would have never happened. The 7 total pounds (with Huskemaw 5-20×50) of weight made the world of difference in that country. I think I am ready for a 280AI in your signature series when I get back home. Thanks to you and your staff for such a fine firearm.
Nevada 8 x 8 Bull
Here’s photo of my bull. Scored 365 gross. 42” wide and 55” main beam. Very pleased. He was an old bull and had 3 ivories.Here’s photo of my bull. Scored 365 gross. 42” wide and 55” main beam. Very pleased. He was an old bull and had 3 ivories. Thanks,
I wanted to share with you pictures of the lion I got using the 375HH you built for me. I also attached a picture of the 270 gr triple shock bullets you loaded for me. The PH weighed them and all retained 100% of their weight! Two shots above each eye and an insurance shot in the chest. Also took a 46 inch buffalo with one shot using the 270 gr soft.
My Son’s First Buck
My 8 year old son Atlee took his first buck Saturday with my MG Arms CK-4 in 6.8. He dropped in his tracks! Atlee was so happy and excited as was I.
A Super Rifle
We harvested a very nice Alberta Mule Deer with the 300 Win Mag you folks built for us. It has become our “Go-To Rifle”.We harvested a very nice Alberta Mule Deer with the 300 Win Mag you folks built for us. It has become our “Go-To Rifle”. It’s an outstanding product. Thanks!
MG Arms Ultra Light 280 Ackley LH- First Season
I just thought I would share the results of my first three shots on game with the rifle you built for me this year. The 5×5 bull elk and muley buck were from Colorado and the whitetail fell in Pennsylvania. Three one shot kills with my own handloads. Thanks much,
Game Taken with my MG
The Gun is Awesome
I thought you would like this pic of my son with the bobcat that he shot this weekend. Perfect shot at about 175 yards. The gun is awesome.
Alaska Black Bear Success
I would like to thank MG Arms for the gunsmithing work on my Ruger 7mm Mag (accuracy package, custom ammo, & custom stock). I had a very successful Alaskan Black Bear hunt and I’m very pleased with the accuracy and light weight of my rifle. The custom stock made my rifle very light and easy to pack on long hikes in Alaska. I have attached the photo of my 6″7″ Black Bear and I’m looking forward to the next hunting adventure with my customized rifle.
Another hunt, Another Trophy with my MG Arms Ultralight 325 WSM
My MG Arms Ultralight 325 WSM has become my “go to” plains game rifle in Africa. Here is a picture of my rifle with a beautiful 3 ½ inch Damarland Dik Dik that was taken in Northwest Namibia two weeks ago. My MG Arms Ultralight 325 WSM also accounted for a wonderful Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra Stallion and three very respectable gemsbok. My MG Arms Ultralight 325 WSM has become my “go to” plains game rifle in Africa. Here is a picture of my rifle with a beautiful 3 ½ inch Damarland Dik Dik that was taken in Northwest Namibia two weeks ago. My MG Arms Ultralight 325 WSM also accounted for a wonderful Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra Stallion and three very respectable gemsbok. I love that rifle and its accuracy!
Your firearms are amazing !
Denise’s Polar Bear
I am extremely happy with this rifle.
Wanted to share a photo from my Desert Bighorn Sheep hunt in Sonora, Mexico, the first hunt with my new Ultralight .300 Win Mag. I shot a nice ram on Day 4 of the hunt, a 350 yard shot straight up a steep incline. He dropped in his tracks. Pretty much a perfect shot! I am extremely happy with this rifle. It weighs a little less than 7 pounds with scope and sling, consistently shoots sub-MOA groups, and the recoil is amazingly light. Next hunt will be for Stone Sheep in August.
Cape Buffalo 39 inches, score 114. After your upgrade to my 416 Rigby.
Second Hunt with Ultralight.
My second hunt with my Ultralight .300 Win Mag was for Stone Sheep in northern British Columbia. Shot this ram on opening day at 400 yards. He dropped in his tracks, just like the previous ram (Desert Bighorn). The 180 grain Accubond hand loads seem to be doing the trick. We left our spike camp at 6:00 a.m. and returned at midnight, covering 2700’ vertical. I was really happy to be carrying a 7 lb rifle (with scope and sling).
Longest Shot of My Hunting Career.
I am at the lodge in full hunting mode. I will include some sheep hunt photos that I took last week on a great “old school” backpack sheep hunt. My MG Arms 300 worked like a champ. We ranged the sheep at 461 yds at the shot. I had your ballistics chart and was sighted in at 300 yds. I showed 20″ low at 450 yds with a 180 gr triple shock round. I held 6″ over his back and center punched the heart. By far, the longest shot of my hunting career. Which leads me to my question. I’m about to go into the field for Grizz and Moose. I’m bringing my MG Arms 375 H&H. The rounds are your 270 gr tripleshock 69 gr RL 15 RP/CCI
First Class Equipment
Carol, Again, thank you and Kerry for building a company that is making outstanding rifles and great loads for the first in class equipment. Great equipment does matter!
I went to the range yesterday and started the barrel break-in process (shot 18 rounds in 6, 3 shot groups). I can now say that not only the look and feel of the rifle meet my expectations, but the accuracy is amazing. After this one range session shooting some of the your supplied ammo as well as three different loads I has worked up for my other (Kimber) 300 WSM I have more confidence in this rifle than any other that I own. Thank you, Mr. Kerry and everyone their that worked on my rifle. I have attached two pictures of the last two groups I fired yesterday. With a little more time behind the trigger I should be able to get these groups a little tighter and really break the rifle in on some deer in December.
570 Yards With My 300 Ultra
Wanted to pass along a photo of the bull my daughter Heather took this week with her MG Arms 300ultra mag. 570 yards. We do love Ultra Light rifles.
Elk Taken with 338 Ultra
Dropped him on top of a mountain at 200 yards. She shot an albino whitetail this year that could be the biggest non typical albino ever killed, she loves her gun. Alaska next.
Very Happy Rifle Owner
Sorry no gun in the sheep photos thought you would enjoy the pic anyway. Very happy rifle owner.