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longest kill with the first shot 1480yds
ground hog - 6.5 Dakota 140gr Berger VLD
longest kill for a deer 640yds - 300win mag 200gr MK
unless you have a tite neck chamber you should fireform the brass before you turn the necks.
i'd float the barrel and then glass bed the action. some my lighter barreled rifles have the first 2" of barrel bedded.
yes it will! i used the 170gr X Bullet from a 16" barreled mod 94 Trapper. the bullet was under the hide on the off side, i still have it. 112yds
i've always used Harris bi-pods but i was wondering how the others rated.
cheaper than dirt has the sightron tactical mil-dot #SCP-031 3-12x42 for $249.97 & the #SCP-032 4-16x42 for $329.97 www.CheaperThanDirt.com...
i'm as bad as the rest of you
i favorite rifles have names like
The Green Machine - 243AI Benchrest Rifle
Kryptanite - 300Win Mag
Zapper - 223...
i've used both and can tell no differance
in the crown.
basically it's a concave radius recessed into the bore, my gunsmith has a set of cutters with floating pilots for each bore size
i've used a 11* recessed target crown for the last 10 years, but the last 3 rifles i've built have had a parabolic concave crown that seams to...
i learned from a friend i shoot with.
i've shot longrange varmints for years,
2 years ago i decided to move up to bigger bores and MORE powder....
night force makes a nice scopes but they designed for deer rifles same as Leupold
USO scopes were designed from the begining to be no holds bared...
your looking at least double the price of a Leupold MkIV for US Optics scope. the one i have on order is $2100 and it's not the top of the line
i have 2 243AIs one is a Remington 700 1/12 twist 28" Hart for 55to85 grain bullets the other is a 40X with a 1/7 Shilen 28"
the 1/7 was...