Re: Bullet Question?
To be honest, I can not remember! I will check, but I remember telling my Smith that I was planning on shooting 140's. I had this rifle built with the intentions of using it for Kentucky long range, 200 to 500 yards, and was planning on using the lighter bullets to keep my trajectory pretty flat, that way I could compinsate a hold over. I used this rifle in the factory configuration prior to having it accurized, and killed several deer around the 400 mark. I know the range, click, and shoot method is a more accurate method, but where I hunt I just barely have time to range and shoot. I usually range terrain features so if the deer is moving fast and I do not have enough time to range, I can still pretty accuratly guess yardage, more of a reason to flatten trajectory. If I were going to go any further than 500, I would deffinetly use the click method. I thought about trying one of the Kenton Industries dial. What do yall think of them?
I will give the 160 AB's a try and see if it makes my gun a little more consistant.
Thanks and excuse my spelling!