I wasn't looking to correct for wind, just see how this load grouped at these ranges. I made no adjustment for spin either. Looking back, I would have shot earlier in the morning and slowed my rate of fire down a little bit. My next 30 rounds, I will be tipping the bullets, and seeing how those do. IMO, my first 1000 yard group was the best. I need to make a few adjustments and improvements to try and tighten things up. I am very happy with the load, as I had very little vertical with my first group.
My load was:
Bullets: Berger 140 Grain Hybrid Match (.618 BC)
Brass: Lapua 6.5 x 284
Powder: 49 Grains - H4350
Primers: CCI BR2
Group looks decent, but curious why my 1000 yard group is better than my 600 yard group. Ballistic was calling for 23.25 up and I added .75 left. Again, vertical looks good. Barrel was cleaned for carbon and dried prior to firing.
140 Hybrid on the bottom/140 VLD on the top. I want to see how the VLDs do at 600 or 1000 yards! I can't decide which range to test these at! I can't do both, one or the other! Contains: 49 grains H4350, Lapua Brass, and Federal 210M.