You have received some very good advice so far in this post. I would like to add a few more that I have learned or hope I have by shooting...
Question. I may be a bit slow but I did pick-up the barrel break in and the Voodoo being April fools. My question is what about the NRA increase?...
I am convinced that one of the first steps to accurate reloads is to use brass that has been fire formed in your rifle’s chamber.
Suggest you try to find the problem. Does it show up on fired cases? Does it show up on sized cases? Determine what is causing the issue.
Damn, I always just used a badminton racket. Your method sounds like a whole lot more fun.
First hand knowledge folks. This is an excellent rifle.
What ever length you decide, it is best to keep them all the same.
To the OP
Check out the Fli-Rite concentricity gauge. It will do what you need. Is it worth it? I can't say but it the best one I have used.
Once a group is shot, how can it’s size be anything other than it’s measurement? How can the discipline have an affect on the size of the group?
I visited Dwight yesterday. He is having a problem with his phone service. He is fine.
Try Steve Theye @ Benchrite. He had it last year.
I don’t know where you are located in Indiana but I live in the Southern part of the state and I compete in SR bench rest. Be glad to talk to you...
Who made that bench? Looks great.
Your absolute best bet is to find the closest competitor to you and go shoot with them. Where are you located?
Try gibrass in Kentucky.
Barrels are just like the bullets and powder you shoot in them, they have a life span. What good is a nice barrel if you don't shoot it? Enjoy...
For your situation I would recommend just necking them to 6mm and shooting them. You can get some valuable experience by doing so. It may surprise...
Also Steve Theye @ Benchrite
My, how times have changed. Not for the better in my opinion.
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