Originally Posted by jmason
I did The last time I got an avg mv of 2969 (30 degrees F) an ES of 12 or 13 and an SD of 4.9. The MV seems to change with temp. but it keeps a good ES/SD.
I'm thinking that you are or have learned that accuracy is out weighs velocity. Especially since you/re a bit over gunned for the lowly hoary marmont.
I have a bad gene that causes me to go for velocity AND accuracy. It's a bad gene. And expensive too.
Wait till you plunk a deer a bit beyond your chuck distance. Be sure to get an extra large adjustable cap.
I'm also bettin that you rifle will last longer than anticipated with the load that you are shooting.
Keep on your on a pretty decent curve in your progress.
More power to ya......