Discussion in 'Competition Forum (All Calibers)' started by Alex Wheeler, Jun 30, 2018.
Not bad @tom! Now do it in a match
is that all vertical ??? ,,,,if so it must have been "calm" and early in the morning,,,great group ,,,Roger
Now the important question is -- How does he clean his cases. jd
Hmmm, your trigger finger must have a twitch in it. lol, Incredible group, nice job.
that is gross
did Tom have to attend counselling after that traumatic event?
He needs to tune that vertical out of the load. May just be a bad bedding job.
LOL, its not bedded
Is that what is called 'default bedding'? I would be inclined to leave it alone.
Unseen/unknown atmospheric conditions might very well have induced the vertical.
Nice job, mighty mouse, I'm with Alex, please do it in a match!
no...please do not do it in a match. give us mere mortals some hope.
you keep it up , no one will show for the nationals.
I'm tickled with a 1" group @300.
To see a 1" @ 1000 is quite humbling.
I believe that Cat is otta da bag!
The entries will probably end now
Nice shooting indeed
Great job @tom
Nice work boys you must always be testing, never settling for average!
Its glued and screwed.
Man Toms a show off.. I thought tuning my BRA to shoot 1” at 450yards was good!! 1” at 1000 is setting the bar VERY high, well done Mr Mousel...
What functions do the action screws play once action is glued in?
Its a redundant. They are not torqued the same as a bedding job.
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