Re: Differences in Chronograph Readings
What I see as the problem with faulty chronograph readings is there are more and more people learning to shoot long range and while having a chronograph is a good tool, people need to understand that you must shoot your load at distance and prove your velocity and not just rely on what the chronograph tells you. It really helps to have some better numbers for accurate B.C.s available lately because that takes away another unknown. Information out is only as good as information in.
Remington model 700 300 RUM LH 26" rem ss/blued receiver lam stock 215 Berger @3070/180 NAB @3300/Leupold 6.5-20x50
Remington model 700 338 RUM LH 26" Bartlein 5C #4 Muscle Brake, blueprinted action, sako extractor, jewell trigger, bell and carlson Alaskan stock/Black cera coat/Sightron SIII 8-32x56 moa reticle, external elevation turret
Savage LH 22-250/Sightron 4-16