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Berger Weight for .30-06?

 
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Old 11-20-2012, 10:32 PM
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Berger Weight for .30-06?

Remington 700 ADL .30-06. The only thing I will hunt with this rifle is Coues Deer in AZ and NM. Longest range I'm comforable shooting is about 800 yards but could possibly have shots as close as 150. Will be shooting across canyons most of the time.

Which Berger Hunting VLD fits my needs the best? Let me know what other info would be helpful.
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Old 11-20-2012, 11:00 PM
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Re: Berger Weight for .30-06?

the one that shoots the smallest 5 shot group at distance. i shoot 50.5 of varget behind a 168 berger with lapua brass and 210m primer. this combo shoots great groups out of my two remingtons. .030 off the lands. very few factory sporter weight barrel rifles are capable of the accuracy needed for a 600 yard shot on a coues.
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