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APS 260 rem shoots 2" at 875 yards

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Unread 05-24-2010, 08:52 PM
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APS 260 rem shoots 2" at 875 yards

Well like the title says the rig I have for sale my APS 260 rem suprised the **** out of me today. It took 5 rounds to get her centered and start tipping the plate back. After I had her centered up I tipped her back 4 times in rapid sucession.
I wish I had a spoter think I would have been on target a bit quicker. You can see 2 shots on the lower plate where I walked it up. I knew I was on target but I could not tell where until she tipped back. First 2 rounds where off the plate to the right.
Target is 28 1/4" tall and 5" wide.
Here is a pic of the 200 yard group and then the 875 yard group.

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    Re: APS 260 rem shoots 2" at 875 yards

    sweet shooting, nice rig!!
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    Re: APS 260 rem shoots 2" at 875 yards

    You should post that on snipershide.
    Nice shooting
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    You should post that on snipershide.
    Nice shooting
    I did got me banned violated all sorts of protocall

    No shot groups under 5 rounds ( "as far as there concerned I missed")

    I did not picture the whole target ( the photo was to localized on the group ie. Im lying)

    I made others jelous

    Oh ya and some how this was all effective at that very moment dated and all with all other photes grand fathered as of right then.

    There raising the bar
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    Re: APS 260 rem shoots 2" at 875 yards

    Good Job ! I would be very proud of a 875 yard group like that !

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    Re: APS 260 rem shoots 2" at 875 yards

    Wouldn't be the crown and new bottom metal that made it shoot that well would it?
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    Re: APS 260 rem shoots 2" at 875 yards

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    I did got me banned violated all sorts of protocall

    No shot groups under 5 rounds ( "as far as there concerned I missed")

    I did not picture the whole target ( the photo was to localized on the group ie. Im lying)

    I made others jelous

    When I seen the title of this post I knew that was the group.

    Great shooting!
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