I put my rifle in the freezer also. But I can be nerdy. OCD afflicted.If I get time Il do it today. Luckily the range is my front porch so I don’t have far to go. Surely if I load some up and leave them in the freezer for an hour then take them out and shoot them immediately that should suffice?
Excellent shooting! How does your accuracy fair going from the terminator brake to the supressor?We had a storm roll through Thursday so that evening things were pretty calm. Right about dark I decided to pull the rifle out and put three rounds down range on one of my steel plates. Distance was 1308 yards and the wind was 1mph @ 3cl. I dialed up 34.5 Moa and left the windage at 0. Fired 3 as fast as I could accurately as it was getting dark quick. The road to my target was a little wet still so I waited until the next day to go check it. In the pic my the bulleye looks strange because my target is one of those old school giant gooseneck hitches mounted on a 3x3 plate. The first 2 shots were 1.8” apart and landed on the edge of the ball at 5cl. The last shot hit on the center of the ball.
As pictured minus the bi-pod weight is 11.5lbs Although when I shot the group the rifle had a Terminator t-3 muzzle brake on. In that configuration the rifle weighs 10.4 lbs
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