Re: M-70 Extreme Weather SS or sendero
On second thought regarding a model 70 "extreme sporter", particularly the 300 wsm mentioned above: When I'm trying to zero a scope or establish a gun's accuracy, I find the less I move around or change set up between shots, the more consistent my results are. So I don't switch out guns between shots, rather I wait until finishing the group. Whereas I wouldn't describe the ES barrel as pencil thin, due to magnum limitations, one shot definitely heats things up and it can be a long wait between shots at the bench waiting for the barrel to cool. Unless you're shooting in a pretty cold climate it takes more than a few minutes for that barrel to get back to "warm".