Well, it has been a busy day of fun and new things.
Had a friend who made a shot using his toe to pull the trigger, and was challenged to do the same.
With long toes and shoe size of 14 I thought maybe I could do it. I practiced dry-firing on the living room floor this morning.
My wife walked in and wondered what in the world I was doing.:uhm:
So here is the video clip for your viewing enjoyment.
XP-100 built by Mac's Gunworks chambered in 6.5 Leopard.
I had ordered a 22/45 Ruger with threaded barrel, pic rail on top and below the barrel, that really got my attention as I have a Thunder Beast 22lr suppressor, and thought it would be a great platform.
It came in today, and so out to Mac's Gunworks to get the paper work done and give it a run through.
I was extremely pleased with the accuracy with a variety of ammo tried, trigger was better than I expected, and the can made things quiet with sub-sonic, high velocity and even hyper velocity rounds.
I am very pleased with the whole package.
The Burris sight was also great and easy to adjust.
A young man shooting a suppressed gun for the first time.
I also did more load development with the 338AX (338 Lapua Improved) but the first Gen 300 grain Berger's did not perform well:tissue:
Gen 2 is out now and I will try them in the future
I will use the 300 grain SMK's for elk this year.
But Derrick did film me shooting it off-hand:
The brake is Kirby Allen's Pain Killer brake