Introducing AllTerra Arms

When Axial Precision unveiled their patented bolt-action rifle technology in 2015, serious shooters around the world took notice of their flagship model: The ALLTERRA. No other rifle possessed the same engineering and machining to achieve Bolt-to-Bore Alignment™ and No-Fail Cycling™ – resulting in bench-rest accuracy combined with smooth, dependable cycling in the harshest field conditions.

To honor that innovation, the Idaho-based rifle maker has officially changed their brand name to ALLTERRA ARMS. According to company founder Drew Foster, “Our initial brand name certainly conveyed our approach to building every rifle component along a single axis. Yet we felt it lacked the attitude that our guns have for delivering guaranteed long-range accuracy in all terrains. ALLTERRA embraces that spirit.”

As this new era begins for us you, our customer, will benefit like never before. Our ingenious patented, revolutionary No Fail Cycling™ and Bolt-to-Bore Alignment™ technologies allow us to provide an unprecedented, industry-changing, unconditional money-back guarantee that ensures your rifle:

  • Will shoot sub .5” 3-shot groups with premium factory ammo
  • Will shoot sub .25” 3-shot groups with AllTerra Arms handloads
  • Will have no significant change in accuracy when shooting different bullet weights
  • Will not fail to cycle smoothly in all conditions

AND THERE’S EVEN MORE BIG NEWS! 10% Discount & Chance to Win Steiner Binoculars

To celebrate our new name you will receive 10% off your next AllTerra Arms rifle when ordered by December 31st, 2020. That’s a savings of up to $599 (based on  model and options.) Your discount will be applied at checkout when you use the code “relaunch10”.

Once you receive your new rifle when you register it you will be entered to win a set of Steiner Predator binoculars (MSRP $474.99)! Do you already own one of our rifles? Go ahead and re-register it and you’ll be entered as well. It’s just our way of saying “Thank you” for being our customer! Find all the details here.