Re: Coyote 243 Bullet Choice
I am speaking from the standpoint of my own standards: I don't yearn for more accuracy than what I need. I am not greedy for better and better accuracy merely because I don't want to pay the price of better equipment, more practice, more study, more failures and time wasted in search of that holy bug hole grail.
I am perfectly happy with achieving the accuracy required only for shorter ranges.....say up to 300 yards. I just don't get excited about shoot prairie dogs at 1,000 yards because the odds are against my success at that range. Don't get me wrong; I am not negatively criticizing those who search for the ultimate in long-range accuracy. I think it is a worthy pursuit. For me, however, I am just a lurker in the realm of shorter-range targets.....for now, at least.....and at those ranges, I rarely miss. Do I lack motivation? Certainly! I'm retired and don't give a $***.
Talk about accuracy? I was a dentist for 35 years and had to be aware of accuracy (MICRONS, baby...not tenths of an inch), and the stress was always there. I no longer have to assume the yolk of having to be perfect every day.
Last edited by Goofycat; 02-26-2010 at 05:11 PM.