Originally Posted by submoa
all im saying is if you pay that much for a rifle it better shoot like that. as the gunworks and mcwhorter and mcmillan and all the othere high priced rifles do
there is a reason they are high priced and that is the guarantee that they shoot
It doesn't matter how accurate the rifle is, or the rifle/load/scope combo is.
You still have to have the calculations right, and have to have someone driving it capable of making the shot or you have a very bad day. If you put it on TV then you have a bad ending to a show.
I've had clients hunt with me that literally had more invested in what they were shooting than I did in my F-350 that still couldn't hit a bull in the ass at 5 yards with a four yard barrel!
I've also had guys show up with a 25.00 piece of junk that rode around the the back of grampa's pickup for a decade or more who never missed a shot.
There's far more to it than just the hardware especially when you get to talking bout long range with a rifle.