By Les Voth - - - Box To Bench Precision, LLC, of Kettle Falls, Washington sent me some very unique new hunting targets to preview. I glanced over the targets and the instructions that came with...
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I'm curious at white height do most of you sight in the 6.5 Creedmoor.
I normally set my rifles to be 3 inches high at 100 yards, for a test, I sighted in my 6.5 CR to be 5 inches high.
Not a good idea, since it's shooting over seven inches high at 200 yards no.
What works for you?
I have noticed over the years that full custom rigs sell better at different times of year. What are yalls thoughts on when the best time of year to sell a high end rifle. Just FYI the rifle in question is a RedRock ELR 300 Norma improved with the big Huskemaw Scope, 3 turrets for different...
Can a shooter's mechanics and form , when shooting , have a direct effect on the velocity of the bullet leaving the muzzle ?
The reason that I ask is that I can not seem to produce reloaded ammo that has a low extreme spread of velocity , even though I weight-sort my brass to less than +- .5...
I recently started handloading for a new win 70 in .264 26” barrel 1:9 twist .. taking this riffle elk hunting this fall . I loaded a 140 grain nosler partition with rl-22 at 60 grains .. I’m coming up with a COL OF 3.233 .. seeing if anyone else may run this load .. thanks
I recently watched a documentary on the Boer war where the Boers were “ accurate out to 1200 yds” using Paul Mauser 7mm factory rifles. BTW that’s:
No custom barrel
No trued action
No special bullets, powders, etc.
No telescopic sites... that’s KENTUCKY F—-ING WINDAGE!
I was amazed, so I did...
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