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.375 CEB 350 & GSC 414 at 2050 yards

 
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Old 09-01-2013, 01:45 AM
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Re: .375 CEB 350 & GSC 414 at 2050 yards

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I think you are correct and now I don't know what thread I should have posted. I guess I'm getting Ronald Reagan disease.

joseph

Not sure where you meant to put this but I have tested a few hi end scopes including the 8-80 March, sorry I didn't rate it for what I need in a scope.

The total internal elevation would limit me to around 23-2400 yards, I dialed 102 moa to shoot 2910 yesterday
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Old 09-01-2013, 04:37 AM
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Re: .375 CEB 350 & GSC 414 at 2050 yards

The Thread won't allow me to delete Posts #4 & #5. Hopefully someone can help me out by deleting them for me.

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Old 09-03-2013, 05:41 PM
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Re: .375 CEB 350 & GSC 414 at 2050 yards

Greg

How was your day at 2910, a good one?
Were you running the 350s, 377s or 414s

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Old 09-03-2013, 06:46 PM
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Re: .375 CEB 350 & GSC 414 at 2050 yards

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Greg

How was your day at 2910, a good one?
Were you running the 350s, 377s or 414s

oneshot.onehit
Had a good day thanks

Except for a flat tire & tipping up in a creek giving myself a bruised shin & inside knee when we went for a hunt.

I got pretty close on the fourth shot of the day from a guessed dial, I should have trusted the programme

Also had a few problems sticking to shooting at the same rock

I was struggling to understand what was going on at the time, but veiwing the footage on the big screen it is plain to see.

I haven't had time to put the video together, it may not flow very well with the different points of aim, I may have to do it again.

The 425 Cutting Edge was the only projectile I shot.

I didn't try the 414, I don't think they would have got there, my data shows them being transonic at 2500 ish & 130+ moa up.

Next time I go up there, if conditions allow I will have a go with the 414s
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Old 09-10-2013, 10:08 PM
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Re: .375 CEB 350 & GSC 414 at 2050 yards

Would you mind telling me the twist rate (starting and ending) on the barrel.

Also I'm interested in the contour. Last of all are you happy with your choice.
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Old 09-11-2013, 12:27 AM
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Re: .375 CEB 350 & GSC 414 at 2050 yards

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Would you mind telling me the twist rate (starting and ending) on the barrel.

Also I'm interested in the contour. Last of all are you happy with your choice.
Twist 12-7.25-1,

0.92" muzzle to 1.35", 4"-5" knox.

32" long.

Very happy with the barrels
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Old 09-11-2013, 06:16 AM
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Re: .375 CEB 350 & GSC 414 at 2050 yards

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Twist 12-7.25-1,

0.92" muzzle to 1.35", 4"-5" knox.

32" long.

Very happy with the barrels
Please excuse my thick headedness; that is a 1 in 12 starting twist rate and ending in a 1 in 7.25 rate?

If I understoood that correctly my next question is; are you able to shoot jacketed bullets, like the 350 SMK?
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