The Battle Wagon

Awesome interview with Clint from NEMO Arms about the new Battle Wagon and the rifles at Shot Show 2014!

USMC Sniper
1 Mile Shot

Check out the latest video from Four Guys Guns. Sure Shot Exploding Targets sent us 50 pounds of their Magnum target mix. We happened to have a USMC Sniper, NEMO OMEN chambered in 300 Win Mag and a dummy named Ken. Don't forget to click like and subscribe!

OMEN Video Blog
by Tom Opre

Watch us shoot out to 1000 yards with this AR rifle built for the 300 win mag cartridge.

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S. Limentani

Today, I received my NEMO OMEN Recon from Jesse Saucier at Carolinas First Defense.  The first and most accurate adjective that I can use to describe my reaction is simply…WOW!  I have watched the videos on your website and they were a lot of the basis for my purchase.  My goal was to provide a weapon which as you describe fills the gap between my 338 Lapua Magnum and my 308s.  To say that the Omen “fills the gap” is such a gross understatement that I cannot find words to describe it.


My motivation for obtaining long guns like this is simply because I am a geek.  I don’t shoot zombies (although they avoid my home, haha) I don’t hunt and I don’t believe in conspiracy theories.  Among my occupations are professional photographer and physician.


The Omen Recon is simply FUN!  When I picked it up, I went with a couple of my friends to a 900 yard range to try it out. We zeroed it and my first three shots at 100 yards were a nice tight grouping, unusual for me with a brand new weapon.  I am still looking for the recoil, if you find it, let me know.  It was so comfortable that we immediately moved to 735 yards, I can still hear the steel ringing.  Everyone there has more experience shooting than I do.  But, one friend often says that, “he cannot shoot a long gun.”  None of the three of us had ever shot at over 300 yards.  Each of us hit steel essentially immediately!  Conditions were tough given the saturated ground (mirage).  I can still hear the steel!


The aesthetics.  Again, wow.  Whoever made the decision regarding the paint scheme deserves tremendous credit.  I could go on and I will not bore you with the names of some of my other guns, but know that you have a very, very happy customer.



Nemo me impune lacessit :: No one attacks me with impunity