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Unread 01-24-2011, 10:00 AM
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CREW- I have several 30-06s. i shoot a lot of the berger 168s out them. H and I4350 are great choices for the 30-06. i shoot a lot of varget also. you do not say what rifle you are shooting. the 30-06 is a great long range round. if you are getting good groups at 100 yards it is WAY past time to move your target back . have fun. roninflag
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Unread 01-24-2011, 10:42 AM
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I have 3, a 1903 that was converted to a "wanna be" sniper with a K4 Weaver that i can get 2x3" 5 shot groups with from federal factory 150gr. A 721 built in 49' with a K4 as well that i use for chucking 200gr Norma Oryx at every thing from Georgia Whitetail to Alaska Moose on the Kenai. I dropped a couple bucks i made on my last deployment on a push feed Model 70 target built in 65'. That i topped with a Leupold Mk 4 6.5-20x50. That is the one i want to stretch the legs on. It actualy shoots tighter at 300 than 100. I was about to sell it till i ran across an American Rifleman article that talked about rifles some times stabilizeing bullets better at range. So i decided to try it past 100.
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