The Official 2013 DTA Photo Contest

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With 2013 under way, we thought it’d be fun to see just how far and wide we’ve spread. To do this, we’re collecting photos of DTA owners and their guns, and giving away some SERIOUS PRIZES.

We want to see:

  • Photos from the field
  • Beauty shots
  • Photos of you shooting the rifle
  • Any other related photos!

 

Extra credit for photos showing what you’ve done with the rifle (groupings, competitions, hunts, etc).

Our favorite photos will win:

  • 1st Place – .338 NM Conversion Kit
  • 2nd Place – DTSS .308 Stainless Steel Suppressor
  • 3rd Place – 1 box of Desert Tactical Munitions .308 ammo

 

The Rules: 

  • You must own all rights to the photos you submit.
  • Photos must be submitted via the official contest entry form.
  • All photos and text submitted become property of Desert Tactical Arms and may be used in future marketing materials.
  • Military/LE operators: we love to see and hear your experiences, but please feel free to black out faces or use fake names as needed.
  • Mar. 12, 2013 is the last day to submit contest entries.
  • Winners will be notified after contest end by Desert Tactical Arms
  • Multiple submissions are allowed (up to 3 per person).

 

ENTER THE PHOTO CONTEST HERE

 

4 Comments

  1. February 12, 2013, 1:46 pm   /  Reply

    [...] Some DTA Gear! The Official 2013 DTA Photo Contest | Com-Link Those are some pretty hefty prizes! If you've got some skill with a camera, it could pay off big. [...]

  2. Xander
    March 5, 2013, 10:50 pm   /  Reply

    Sorry if this is in the wrong place to put this, but it seemed appropriate because of the barrel give away.
    Anyhow down to the real question, I have recently been extremely interested in the performance of gain twist rifling and cut rifling vs button rifling and thusly I would like to ask how are your barrels made?
    (as a side note I have noticed the best performance coming out of slight positive gain twist barrels from 1-10 twist at the throat to 1-11 twist at the muzzle for example)

  3. Ben Romney
    March 6, 2013, 11:23 am   /  Reply

    Xander,

    I’m really not an expert on rifling techniques, but I can tell you that all of our barrels are button rifled.

  4. March 12, 2013, 9:33 am   /  Reply

    If I had a DTA rifle to photograph, I’d make some good ones!

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