Hey, keep postin it, I'm savin all this info here in a WORD doc., so I appreciate it. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] Nice groups too, Ric. I'm not sure if I posted it or not, but here's the one hole group I shot a couple weeks ago. Forgot my rifle was zeroed at 300 yards still, hence the first high shot there.
You can see in this pic that it took a group or two to settle down with the JLK after using the Berger, at least I think that's why the first one was BIG?? Rifle already had about 20 rounds through the bore before firing these groups here.
The .255 MOA group was the same load I fired the groups in the other pic with, had the same neck tension basically, and was just to verify it was holding the same accuracy as before. The bottom groups were fired last and I changed the neck tension from .001" to .002", doesn't look like progress with the first two groups though, will fire a few more but it don't look better than the other ones. These were all fired off my backpack, so they might improve slightly if I had a bipod and I was a little more solid. Michael's 308 with the bipod is real solid, but I'm too used to my light triggers to shoot his as well as he does. Looks like we'll have to get a snowplow out to the place we been shooting now, we been dumped on and it's too deep to get back there now.
[ 12-26-2003: Message edited by: Brent ]