916 yards on steel - sitting with shooting sticks

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Len Backus, Mar 17, 2017.

  1. barleydog

    barleydog Well-Known Member

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    sitting and shooting is hard.....been practicing for coyote callin this season and man....its a lot of work getting good at it....im coyote deadly out to 300 yards...in perfect conditions....22250
     
  2. Greyfox

    Greyfox Well-Known Member

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    Used for PRS competition, and not always practical for many types of hunting, I have found the most effective non-prone support is the use of a tripod and ā€œUā€ or ARCA/pic rail ball mount. This system capable of duplicating the steadiness of a solid prone position from a sitting position with very fast and flexible rifle alignment. My carbon fiber tripod, complete with ball mount is 24ā€ long collapsed and weighs just under 5 pounds, and easily carried in a back pack. It also serves as a spotting scope, and or RF mount.
    Shown shooting a 10ā€ steel and coyote(steel) at 980 yards with my Surgeon/MPA 6.5x47
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