When they 1st came out a major retailer was trashing them as inaccurate. Probably because of their large 450 B stock that shoots well and is very...
I would also lean toward a handguard with a rubber coating or add 1. Much easier in cold weather.
AR all the way, lots of pills in a hurry.
It's an intermediate length, M-48 & Yugo M24 will fit it.
I like the fact that you're using a can. Great hearing protection and a shot doesn't end the hunt. What caliber AR?
Must have been the broken brow? A good taxidermist can put that back on. Or he was being nice and leaving it for someone else.
It's not a lens coating, it's something on the scope tube. Try alcohol.
The biggest boost to accuracy is eliminating the burr inside the case on the flash hole and turning necks to a consistent thickness. I prefer .013...
What is very unusual is they found that their original case required the scope cable to be wound up apparently too tight and was causing cable...
I'm thinking a shell type mold that cast material is poured into. The stubs are for metal to go into and as it cools and shrinks it doesn't allow...
Don't kick & scream, neck turning will yield results.
I bought a bunch of Savage take off barrels ( like 40+) and purchased a Savage rifle to test barrels on before I sold them so someone couldn't...
Not seeing a price.
This is spot on, the difference is unreal.
Do you have the means of getting a close weight on it? Thanks.
The 62 gr Barnes I shoot in 8 twist AR's, VERY good accuracy. I try to limit shots to 200 yds but I did kill a buck at 250 one time. I have also...
62 gr TSX, will shoot thru both shoulders of a large deer.
60 gr partitions work well, but if your rifle will stabilize them, 62 gr Barnes are better. I use either Benchmark or Varget.
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