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Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by WEATHERBY460, May 28, 2012.
When shooting a 338 lapua, what would be a good group size at 1000 yards? Thanks
10" would be sub MOA. I think that would be good.
i would think anywher around 1/2 moa to 3/4 moa, so 5-8 inches would be a great group
I get under 4" with my savage at 1K Ryan
"Good" is extremely relative to the shooter, weapon/equipment, and conditions.
Anything under 1 MOA is good enough to get the job done 99% of the time.
Like Wildrose said. It's all relative.
Are you trying to compete in IBS, or F-Class?
Are you hunting Elk, Whitetail, Groundhogs?
Or, are you just plinking?
Consistent MOA at 1k is pretty good unless you're competing.
Within 1 gopher ...
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTDypg4OAFA"]1000 gopher.wmv - YouTube[/ame]
NOTE: Spotter is (Jeff) BROZ.
My hunka junk can shoot 4" to 7" n im very happy with that
Sub 1 minute of ground sqirrel at that range is AWESOME!
What camera did you use to get that kind of closeup?
Sorry but I borrowed the footage! (Jeff) BROZ should be able to help, he was the spotter ... maybe he'll chime in.
Joe Starnes (one of the gunsmiths I go to) was the man behind the trigger, not me. My bad, I should have made that clear. I am nowhere near Jeff's and Joe's capabilities, esp. that small of a target ... perhaps some day.