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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15921237 03/20/21
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Calling my son a retard.

Cool.

At least mine went shooting with me today. Wasn't yours going to try and be a Marine like me?

Past tense.

But, yeah, he didn't quite make it.

Fuuck yourself you fat little midget.

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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15921327 03/20/21
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hoalie,

Only you can assign a Gender to your Retard. Now "she" is a "Marine"?!?

The Dude is/was weighing this weather and awaiting the next flight as Ground Crew. Last I checked,it was 70MPH+ on the tarmac,which we call "Saturday". GREAT time to instill your Retard into The Real World. Hint. LAUGHING!

Bless your poor poor(literally) heart,for TRYING though.

Hint.

LAUGHING!......................


Brad says: "Can't fault Rick for his pity letting you back on the fire... but pity it was and remains. Nothing more, nothing less. A sad little man in a sad little dream."
Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: Big Stick] #15921345 03/20/21
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Originally Posted by Big Stick
hoalie,

Only you can assign a Gender to your Retard. Now "she" is a "Marine"?!?

The Dude is/was weighing this weather and awaiting the next flight as Ground Crew. Last I checked,it was 70MPH+ on the tarmac,which we call "Saturday". GREAT time to instill your Retard into The Real World. Hint. LAUGHING!

Bless your poor poor(literally) heart,for TRYING though.

Hint.

LAUGHING!......................



I was a Marine fatass. Your son wasn't. He never got the EGA, probably because his dad's a short, bald, drunk, fat POS.

My son, unlike yours, was alive to go shooting with his dad today.

Keep laughing. I'll spend tomorrow with my wife and son. You know, those two things you no longer have.

Fuuck yourself fatass. Maybe lose a few chins and buy some platform boots so you can keep a woman.

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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15921349 03/20/21
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LMAO


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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15921403 03/20/21
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My bad there...G.I. Jane. Congratulations?!?

The Dude is cashing paychecks greater than your's,as you "justify" your "role". Hint. LAUGHING!

You could nearly "afford" a camera there. HINT. Laughing!

P.S. and by the way,you can BARELY "afford' to "fhuqk" yourselself,you "LUCKY" kchunt. Hint. LAUGHING!!!

Bless your poor poor(literally) heart,for TRYING though.

Hint.

LAUGHING!.............


Brad says: "Can't fault Rick for his pity letting you back on the fire... but pity it was and remains. Nothing more, nothing less. A sad little man in a sad little dream."
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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: Big Stick] #15921424 03/20/21
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Originally Posted by Big Stick
My bad there...G.I. Jane. Congratulations?!?

The Dude is cashing paychecks greater than your's,as you "justify" your "role". Hint. LAUGHING!

You could nearly "afford" a camera there. HINT. Laughing!

P.S. and by the way,you can BARELY "afford' to "fhuqk" yourselself,you "LUCKY" kchunt. Hint. LAUGHING!!!

Bless your poor poor(literally) heart,for TRYING though.

Hint.

LAUGHING!.............


Hypothetically, if your son had made it to MCRD San Diego, actually made it through, and walked over to you across the parade deck after graduation, were you going to make some dumbass G.I. Jane comment to him?

No wonder you don't have a wife or son.

P.S. the Mrs gets bonuses that are more than you make. Please laugh at that. It makes me smile, since you don't even have a Mrs anymore. But, hey, you enjoy that Biden Bucks check.

We didn't get one, but, somehow we'll dig deep and survive.

😂

Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: goalie] #15921494 03/20/21
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hoalie,

He just walked in the house. Keep "digging",you Fhuqktard?!?

Laughing!................


Brad says: "Can't fault Rick for his pity letting you back on the fire... but pity it was and remains. Nothing more, nothing less. A sad little man in a sad little dream."
Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15921640 03/20/21
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Originally Posted by bbassi
I recently had a 7-08 "mountain rifle" built. 7lbs 3oz scoped. This thing is tough to shoot consistently. I've been working up loads for it and have found a couple that shoot really nice sub 1" groups, but I'm getting frustrated with the fliers that I know are me. What's some of the tricks for shooting these lightweights well?



My Ruger Ultralight in .308 took a bit of taming. I had it bedded and barrel floated but it still shot into two inch groups. But then I read a Craig Boddington book about dampening the foreend with thin barrels. I cut several strips of bike tube rubber (1cm x 4cm approx) and packed that in the channel between the barrel and the fore end. I think it took three strips. That calmed it down and tightened up groups. It now shoots an inch at 100m with 130gn Speer HPs and 150gn Hornady SPs. And I hold the fore end on the front rest. That was about 20 years ago and I meant to have it professionally bedded at the tip, but the bike tube rubber strips are still there doing the job nicely. smile

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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: Big Stick] #15921762 03/21/21
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Originally Posted by Big Stick
hoalie,

He just walked in the house. Keep "digging",you Fhuqktard?!?

Laughing!................

Did you call him GI Jane???

😂

Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15921836 03/21/21
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If you shoot a lightweight rifle one way at the range and another way in the field you may have problems. I have never done anything special shooting my lightweights at the range. I rest the fore end about half way between the sling stud and magazine on a rest and pull the trigger. Shooting in the field, that will be the same place I rest it on a back pack or whatever other field rest I can find.

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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15922052 03/21/21
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Go to You Tube and there is a guy showing "proper hand placement for shooting a rifle" Forgot the guys name....shooting prone and has a red beard and plaid red jacket...shows just before you pull the trigger to take your finger off the trigger and see if the rifle moves....put you finger back real gently squeeze again. Do this till the rifle not moving as you squeeze.....works for me. Also, I took a piece of thin material from a detergent jug and place under the front lug and under the rear screw.....floated barrel with great success. These 2 things shrank my groups with a Win. 70 in a 308 to quarter to half an inch....was shooting 1" groups the best I could do, Amazing difference little things can do if you hit on something.

Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: Blueboy] #15922385 03/21/21
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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15922656 03/21/21
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That scope doesn't look level...


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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: SuperCub] #15922711 03/21/21
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Originally Posted by SuperCub


Periscope turret, check. Throw lever, check. Flannel shirt, check, Bin Laden beard, check. Dish pan hands, check. I'd bet my middle nut it's a Creedmoor.


Speaking of lightweight rifles that will be used for hunting, I do not recommend that technique for shooting at the range unless that's the way you anticipate shooting at critters. Bipods and lightweight rifles may not play well together.

Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15922766 03/21/21
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I've never owned a rifle that I thought shot as well off a bipod as it does a sandbag etc. The new flat-bill rage is you have to have an arca rail and a tripod... 🙄


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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: Big Stick] #15924454 03/21/21
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Originally Posted by Big Stick
hoalie,

He just walked in the house. Keep "digging",you Fhuqktard?!?

Laughing!................


LarryO!!! Please settle down bacon throat!! He’s talkin about Kyle, not cooper, but you knew that you washed up fuuckin cull...


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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: Judman] #15924537 03/21/21
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Originally Posted by Judman
Originally Posted by Big Stick
hoalie,

He just walked in the house. Keep "digging",you Fhuqktard?!?

Laughing!................


LarryO!!! Please settle down bacon throat!! He’s talkin about Kyle, not cooper, but you knew that you washed up fuuckin cull...


Oh, he knew exactly who I was talking about.

Notice that he didn't say his wife was home......

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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15924666 03/21/21
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Awesome. Good info here


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Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: bbassi] #15924798 03/21/21
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I just saw a Gun Digest article which was touting the lightweight rifle for hunting. 1974, I think. They were talking about rifles which were 8lb., ready to hunt. Way too much gun for the modern hunter.
I seldom fire my hunting rifles from a benchrest pedestal or a bipod (a bipod kind of takes any rifle out of the lightweight class, I would think). I'll shoot off my elbows and let my forearm touch the sandbag if I want to cheat a little. I shoot "F" class and BR rifles off a rest; the others get held. GD

Re: Shooting light weight rifles [Re: Big Stick] #15926208 03/22/21
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Originally Posted by Big Stick
The gals that cain't,are HILARIOUS..and their Excuses are "magnificent". Hint. LAUGHING!

Shooting your MOUTH remains EASY,for them who actually do it. Like Me. Hint. LAUGHING!

Oooopsie!...............



Fixed it for you you poor short fat alcoholic jester clown. You're such a joke, loser.


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