WOW! Finally! [img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img] Thanks for the report there too Ian. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] I'll have to try the 150's in my sons 308 here soon. I haven't had any luck with the Scirccos in it but with a top end load and a 150 XLC it stays right at or just under moa, 47.5gr Varget.
That's about the only tough bullet I can get to group well though. Ive been through the 150, 165, 180's in Barnes BT's and Sciroccos. I was going to try the flat base Barnes and see how they did, but I'll wait and try these 150's first.
We got cold for the last day and a half, down to -8, but it's back to +15 right now and rising. Suppose to be +40 again by Monday. [img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img]
The wind was blowing so bad around the corner from me the last few days, they lost a roof off of a Junior High school in Palmer, four tractor trailers this side of Wasilla were flipped on their sides in the ditch, one motorhome on it's side in the Wally World parking lot... on top of two cars. Almost all the signs are gone around here, traffic lights are kissing the ground all over, roofs are partially or completely missing, had a forrest fire on the south edge of Palmer in the middle of it they mirraculousley got put out, on and on and on.... Meanwhile there is hardly been a breeze just around the corner in the valley I'm in.
The wind died down this afternoon thank God. If there was ice on the road this place would have been litterally shut down the whole time. My brother clocked the wind at over 90 mph with a Kestrel
4000 in Wasilla yesterday. He said when he was in Anchorage the night before last, four street signs almost went through his windshield as he was heading back out of town. He said the whole mountain side is literally covered in garbage all the way to treeline just before Eagle River! One hell of a time we been havin up here the last few days!
I hope your weather stay for a while! I'm sure you're taking advantage of it. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]