The long vertical strand was the best grouping thus far, a 6 shot group just over an inch and a quarter tall but barely a quarter inch wide. They were shot of a Caldwell Rock front with a sand bag in the rear and the other 3 that are floating around were from the bipod and no bag (kinda worried me until I shot the other group).
My .243 Ack Imp was in need of a new barrel so it was taken to Chris at UK-GUNWORKS where he fitted a 1:8 twist for me.
So I'll now be able to use 105gr A-Max for some long range fun!
Here it is . . . . .
Hang on, here's a better photo . . . .
A real big thank you to UK-GUNWORKS!
Very nice rifle. How many rounds did you get out of that 243AI before the barrel was toasted?
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