That is a big jump, i can't remember what my jump was for the ABLR's but it was substantial too. Even with that i still found a good spot in between .010 of 2 different seating depths. The group's before and after those 2 were 1 1/2"- 2" groupsI’m concerned loading to mag length with the Berger VLD cause the jump will be .350.
Seems to me if you made the first shot count you wouldn't have to kill those dozens of coyotes on the run.
Sure glad that you don't try to berate people, you know like resorting to name calling. 4+ shots per coyote in the truck doesn't sound like a very good average for a man of your skill level. Sounds a bit like spray and pray but each to his own. Have a good evening sir.Well, I wasn't trying to berate you. I hope it didn't come off that way. I was honestly feeling a little sloppy myself when I thought about how often I do have to put another bullet in an animal, or hit running critters. Coyotes account for most of my follow up shots, and if I'm being honest, I probably average 4+ shots per coyote in the truck. There have been days where I send a dozen after one bushy tail and never scratch them. I hope you have more success in the future with your hunting. We might be the last generations who get to enjoy this in America, the way things are headed.
I use these also and love them .Most of my rifles I hunt with are single feed for that reason. I put SAP 2 round holders on these rifles and that works for me.
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Sounds like a fun drill!It is very often spray and pray. That is the reality of coyote hunting. You should try it one day. Maybe you can carry like 6 different single shot rifles, you know, to avoid the "noise".
Looking like last of the Mohicans swapping rifles as they sprint away.
There is a reason they developed repeating rifles really early in the process. If one bullet was actually sufficient, we would all be shooting gunwerks single shot muskets with flash pans