Re: Segregating .338 SMKs 300gr What priorities?
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However they were still dead , right, WIND<AND LIGHT are two of the most important parts of longrange shooting, believe it or not
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I thought it was gun, bullets, primers, powder, cases and scopes. Light has never really sigificantly influenced my shooting on my private 978 yard range. When develping trajectory charts, I always do it prior to the sun getting above the trees. When we are shooting benchrest, the sun going behind clouds can really wreak havoc on a good group. But for long range shooting, we always wait for the weather to cooperate prior to ignition. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]