Re: T C Dimension
Well, he picked up this rifle and we loaded up 4 different powders using 120 grain Noslers to break in barrel. This was also to start looking at a load for my grandson to use for deer hunting when he gets big enough.
5 rounds each:
39 gr/IMR 4350
39 gr/IMR 4895
39 gr/IMR 4064
5 rounds with cleaning intervals on each group @ 100 yds. in sequence of break-in:
RL 15 group -1.5"
4350 group - 1.25"
4064 group - 1"
4895 - .75"
Trigger has some creep, but easy to learn where it was going to snap.
Bolt is not the easiest to remove / replace.
Comb is a bit high for my liking,made it hard to get down on scope with glasses.
All things considered I think this rifle will be a good shooter once we find the load it likes best. Definitely good enough for hunting deer in Pa.