Herb and I went out and gave Herb's new .338 Edge its try at Long range field target shooting.
We simply loaded up some new Remington brass with 91 grains of AR2217 behind the 300 grain SMK and went shooting.
Herb stoaked with the initial performance of this rifle. On a gusty windy day, the first couple of three shot groups had a verticle component of just 2.5 inches at 820 yards.
We then tried it at 1137 yards and found it accurate but the trajectory needed some more work to validate it better. That just means some more fun for next time.
I offered Herb a straight swap for my .338 Edge but he would not be in it. Bugger!