I know each gun is different....but when I started reloading for my new Sendero 7RM, I tried Retumbo, H1000 and would get so so groups. Then "MudRunner2005" recommended 7828SC and it worked great. At the time this was with 168 VLDs. It worked great. The 180s are the on the edge for a the...
I have not noticed any temp issues. I only get about 3 or 4 shots with the Nosler brass and the pockets our to loose. For the few I shoot in this gun that is not an issue. I use 180 VLDs in my 7RM with N570 and they do just as well.
I am after a bullet that is accurate. It is up to me to...
A 20 yrd or less shoot through a 7x scope with a 35mm maintube might have a better/bigger sight picture/ field of view over that tiny 1" main that Nikon 6.5x had
I sure noticed a huge improvement going from a VX3 6.5x with a 30mm main.
For me....the 35x on the high-end really helps on plus...
Maybe I not looking at the correct model but what I see is the NX8 line are 30mm main tubes whereas the Mark5 are 35mm.
One of the most appreciated improvements when going from "older" scopes (1" and 30mm main tubes ) to the latest scopes (34mm and 35mm) is the improvement in field of view...
Like I said.....it was stable enough for a 500 yrd shot. I would rather have been probe but the sage prevented that.
As long as your stable expectation is relative to any light weight bipod construction you will get in this class of bipod...you will not be disappointed
Hatch is amazing. I have used it several cow elk hunts in WY. Taken shots over 500 while sitting and over 600 when prone. Super fast to deploy.
I also love the quick on and off. I usually keep it in my pack and add as needed given how quick it is to put on.