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Unread 01-08-2012, 03:19 PM
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Re: My new .300 Ultra Mag

Well I got everything ready to get my rifle set and ready I知 going to shoot 4 different type of bullet 168 TTSX, 175 LRX, 180 TTSX, and 200 TSX, 50 bullets of each. I got my Leupold RX 1000i and ballistic app on my Droid. I知 not going to the range cuss I need the time to do the math also I need targets that will be in the environment where I will be hunting. My range Finder tells me to zero my 300 Ultra at 300yrds and the rangefinder will do the rest also I entered all load data to my phone along with scope I知 using I think I can hit targets up to 1000yrd once I get it dialed in. I will try to video some shots at long ranges... Can稚 wait
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    Re: My new .300 Ultra Mag

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    Well I got everything ready to get my rifle set and ready I知 going to shoot 4 different type of bullet 168 TTSX, 175 LRX, 180 TTSX, and 200 TSX, 50 bullets of each. I got my Leupold RX 1000i and ballistic app on my Droid. I知 not going to the range cuss I need the time to do the math also I need targets that will be in the environment where I will be hunting. My range Finder tells me to zero my 300 Ultra at 300yrds and the rangefinder will do the rest also I entered all load data to my phone along with scope I知 using I think I can hit targets up to 1000yrd once I get it dialed in. I will try to video some shots at long ranges... Can稚 wait
    If you're going to range targets at longrange, I would recommend you upgrade your rangefinder. Leica and Swarovski tend to the the 'go-to' rangefinders. Leupold makes great optics, but not-so-great range finders. Here's a great article that rates RFs:

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    Unread 01-16-2012, 01:02 PM
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    Re: My new .300 Ultra Mag

    I took it out this weekend and shot it at multiple yardage my RangeFinder only goes 1000yrd but i was impressed on the accuracy of the Sendero after zeroing in at 300 yrds w/180 Barnes i shot 1000 yards with no problem using "STRELOK" app for my Droid and loading all my Data i was stoked
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    Unread 01-16-2012, 05:21 PM
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    Re: My new .300 Ultra Mag

    That is a nice rifle, do let us know how it shoots.
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    Re: My new .300 Ultra Mag

    I shot 180ttsx with 95 grains of retumbo 30 thousands off the lands with cci250's, shot great. Work up the load.
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