Originally Posted by bigngreen
Or like I do as often as I can shoot a couple animals while their standing there wondering why one of them just laid down, if I get on a pack of wolves the only thing I'm doing is cycling my bolt not worrying about my POI changing from my first shot!!
A POI change that you have to compensate for is unacceptable!!!!! IMO
A genius Has spoken!
Two elk tags filled, five wolf tags in my pocket, three deer tags ready for soup, two antelope tags not drawn!
The 300wm gets shelved until the cold bore issue is solved. We did not kill any elk further then 300 yards this year so it was no real issue. With the size of the kill zone shrinking from a 24"x24" elk to a 6"x6" area on a wolf. Its time to put my 243 in the saddle scabbard, 300rum big iron keeps its place on the pack horse, with the addition of the trapping panniers!
So is it gun smithing, the barrel, the bedding, or the nut on the reloading press and trigger?