The session was simply AMAZING and I can't thank X3M enough for letting me come shoot!
Starting out with the 6BRX was a great opportunity and it made it really easy to hit targets at 400 yards, and was a great confidence booster as well. That rifle shot like a dream, until I shot the 6.5 - 284 of course.
The step up to the .308 was an easy transition and I loved shooting it. The suppressor was also really cool, but the rifle itself was great to shoot. My shoulder was feeling very good after shooting both rifles, so X3M broke out the .300 so I could test it out.
After two rounds, I felt myself start to flinch and missed the third shot because of it. Another shooting suggested a muzzle break and I know a recoil pad but I can't see myself shooting more than 20 rounds in a day, as of right now. Took a couple more shots with the 6BRX and felt nothing, which was a nice change.
I was then invited to shoot the 338 Lapua Magnums, the first of which almost knocked me off the bench I was sitting on, more my fault for not having a great hold on the rifle than the rifle. I got to take a couple shots with one laying down and that was much better, but still had more umph than I'd like for practicing the sport.
The 6.5 - 284 was an amazing rifle and made me almost drool the first time I shot it. There was barely any recoil and the rifle shot like a lazer beam. Like X3M said, it was hard to miss with that rifle, which didn't bother me in the least.
The 416 showed up after that, and that was a humbling experience. The venting from the muzzle break was the strongest breeze I'd felt all day.
I didn't shoot that one, because I figured I'd like use of my shoulder tomorrow.
All in all it was a great day, and like I said before I can't thank X3m enough for the chance to shoot his rifles. It was a great introduction into long range shooting and I learned much more than I could trying to do the research on calibers and stuff at home or by myself. I'll post the pictures as soon as I can so you guys can check out the rigs.