What do you think happened with this flyer?

Discussion in '6mm, 6.5mm, and .25 Cal (Not 6BR)' started by jaygorski, Jul 13, 2019.

  1. jaygorski

    jaygorski

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    My son almost beat one of guys in our club with a 45lb monster Heavy gun using the same bag.
     

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  2. Pete53

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    what brand brass ? did you weigh brass and sort the brass by weight first before you used it ? did you turn necks ? did you have the right twist barrel ? there are alot of variables to deal with before you even take a shot. even weighing bullets and checking bullets with a Vernier caliper.
     
  3. Dusty Stevens

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    Ive seen guys win with a bipod and a bean bag in some matches
     
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  4. jaygorski

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    My most used brass is Hornady, weighed, but no need to turn, JLKs are so good they don't need to be weighed or measured, that doesn't mean I haven't checked them, though, lol. Also use Alpha and ADG brass, but the ADG is for my wife's rifle.
     
  5. jaygorski

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    Like to see that at our Matches with all the fancy crap everyone is using, tuner's, fancy Hammer bullets, etc etc, lol
     
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    jepp2 Gold $$ Contributor

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    I feel the pain. Here way my group (17 Remington) until the 5'th shot destroyed it.
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  7. rr2030

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    I think you said "pretty nice group so far, If I can just squeeze the last round in there" Then, BANG ! Followed by a few thoughts and words that would get me banned from this sight for posting them.

    Anyway thats what happens to me all too often.
     

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