Originally Posted by HARPERC
Good looking hardware. In that 500-900 yard range, are you seeing glass, or calibers that seem to standout from the pack?
There were a wide variety of cartridges represented but at 500 to 600 yards, all of the rifles worked well. There was a significant difference in the amount of damage to the 'chucks. Part of that was due to the size of the animal. The little .20 BR with the 55 grainers has a nice BC of around .500 but without a doubt it will run out of steam at the longer ranges. But, solid hits killed 'chucks just like when hunting anything else.
Randy: I know what you mean. It's hard to understand until you've had the satisfaction (and heartache) of trying LR 'chucks. It jacks me up to see a hit at LR whether it's mine or someone else's.
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