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Re: Shooting a 223 to a Mile Accurately By Jerry Teo

Really well done and well written. As is said, the proof is in the puddin'

Questions: F(TR) - whatzat stand for:confused:

Problem: Couldn't find the Youtube link? I went over to Utube & found it, I think.;)

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Re: Shooting a 223 to a Mile Accurately By Jerry Teo

Good, very interesting article.

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Re: Shooting a 223 to a Mile Accurately By Jerry Teo

Awesome! Great to see what you can do with some straight forward gear. Obviuosly the nut behind the butt has a bit to do with it to.

Stu.
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Re: Shooting a 223 to a Mile Accurately By Jerry Teo

Enjoyed the article.
It is amazing what one can do if you are willing to try and at the same time willing to fail.
There will always be the disbelievers-I'm glad you didn't let their words cause you to not attempt it.
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Re: Shooting a 223 to a Mile Accurately By Jerry Teo

Great article! Informative and entertaining! Someone direct me to the video?
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Re: Shooting a 223 to a Mile Accurately By Jerry Teo

Roy (f) TR stands for F-class Target Rifle as opposed to (f) open. It is limited to 223 rem and 308 win chamberings, it also has a weight limit of 17lbs I think and must be fired from a bipod. In F-open you can shoot anything so long as it is under 22 lbs and doesnt have a muzzle brake. There are some rest restrictions for f-open.

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Really well done and well written. As is said, the proof is in the puddin'

Questions: F(TR) - whatzat stand for:confused:

Problem: Couldn't find the Youtube link? I went over to Utube & found it, I think.;)
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