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Originally Posted by rcamuglia
Lol

I’m not buying it


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Originally Posted by Nestucca
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Shot at 400 yds to fine tune and settled at 69.0

Getting pretty tight there!
Chambering and bullet used?


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Originally Posted by Nestucca
Shot the ladder then started to fine tune and thought I was going to end up at 69.5.


Can you post a pic of your ladder?


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The people wringing their hands over Trump's rhetoric don't know what time it is in America.
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Only accurate rifles are interesting.
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Kiss,find pressure and rock on. Hint.

On a new rifle,I'm done with "Load Development",before I even put bases on the receiver,let alone a scope. Seldom does that take more than (2) powder charges. Hint.

I've got 100's and 100's of spouts,keep GOOD notes and tend to pay attention,to that which matters. While rifles talk,nobody seems to listen. Hint.

Brass of repute,loaded in dies of repute,with propellant of repute,with primers of repute and projectiles of repute,will never not do sensational things,in a rifle of repute. Most mechanical woes,are base,rings and optics driven. Hint.

New rifle from last pass. .003" constriction,positive headspaced and a Smooch...outa' the fhuqking gate. Hint.

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It simmered,as moly was laid down and is a Skookum platform. Hint..............


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Originally Posted by rcamuglia



Leave the chronograph at home

Impacts on paper at long range matter
Always have, always will. Though the further out you get ES does start to matter if its horrible. But a good paper test tells more than a chrono ever will.


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Originally Posted by rcamuglia
Originally Posted by Nestucca
Shot the ladder then started to fine tune and thought I was going to end up at 69.5.


Can you post a pic of your ladder?


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Originally Posted by xphunter
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Shot at 400 yds to fine tune and settled at 69.0

Getting pretty tight there!
Chambering and bullet used?
It’s A 77 mark ll that was a .300 Winchester that shot in the .3s throughout its life until I had a new barrel installed and rechambered it in 7 mm Remington Mag and rebedded. I’m shooting 180 vlds in front of retumbo at 2900 fps and have shot it out to a mile. The group is 1.266”s which puts it in the .3s as I saw at a hundred yards during the load work up and barrel break in.

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Originally Posted by Nestucca
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Originally Posted by Nestucca
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Shot at 400 yds to fine tune and settled at 69.0

Getting pretty tight there!
Chambering and bullet used?
It’s A 77 mark ll that was a .300 Winchester that shot in the .3s throughout its life until I had a new barrel installed and rechambered it in 7 mm Remington Mag and rebedded. I’m shooting 180 vlds in front of retumbo at 2900 fps and have shot it out to a mile. The group is 1.266”s which puts it in the .3s as I saw at a hundred yards during the load work up and barrel break in.

So no Audette ladder as you posted?


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Something damn sure eroded all that success and it isn't hard to figure out what is was either.....Lauphing

Like I said! Almost made it but not quite

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Congrats, you made it on the radar.

Enjoy what follows.

If you boys want to meet up in person and sort this out like real men just say the word! I'm not against putting together a legal event where the campfire touph guys and loud mouths can meet up for a videoed event that can be posted on the campfire for the veiwing pleasure of all! I personally think a lot of people would be surprised how many pussies are touph when there on the end of a keyboard and I know for a fact many here on the campfire would love to find out who's really who

Of course there's always slinking around behind the shadows trolling people that the scared schitless chickenshit kind prefer. I'm not part of that crowd


Trystan

Are you talking about a shooting contest?
Or a spelling bee

Just having coffee this morning and that comment almost made me spit my coffee on the floor.....Lol


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Originally Posted by MuskegMan
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Are you talking about a shooting contest?

You know, I think I'd pay to see RC, Burns and Stick in a live LR shooting match at 600+ yds. They could shoot their mouths first, then the rifles - I would be EPIC!

I would pay good money to see that as well.....Lol

Really, instead of all the arguing we should all meet up for a videoed event. We could have a spelling contest, a shooting contest, and cage fights for anyone who wants to do that! The video could be released for sale to the campfire to pay for the event and a cash reward for winners of each event. I think it would go viral


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600 Yrds Ain't far, try 1000-1200, then a Mile. then break out the tape and start measuring Dicks. Rio7

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Start at 400 to make everyone feel good, then 600, 800, 1000, 1300, 1500, and a mile.
I would make the mile just for fun and giggles.
If shooting steel, just make all the targets approximately 1 MOA in size for the distance being shot.
Up to 2-shots per target, with the 1st shot impact counting 2 points and if they hit it on the second attempt one point.
Beyond 1K give three shots, with first round impact being 3 points, 2nd round hit 2 points, etc...

8 and on can get snarky real quick depending on the conditions and or target size and or varied field shooting positions.
Depending on target size and conditions, even 600 can be humbling.
Steel is easier in the sense, you can see to correct easier (depending on how you set it up), however a large paper target...

If someone pulls out a comp rig for a 2-mile comp, obviously they would have an epic advantage, if they know their drops and are decent at reading conditions


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Paper doesn't lie.

They could each shoot a 600 yard F-class match. The format wouldn't leave any room for creative interpretation and the results would be published by a 3rd party, the witnesses would impartial. None of these guys would clean the target.

It would be like a postal match with real verification.

We could call it the "Gynophobe Invitational" laugh


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True
TR or Open?
There are more 600 yard F-Class matches around than there are 1000 yard.
A 20 shot string does tend to tell you how good you are at reading conditions and how consistent your set-up is.
I have shot F-Class very little, and most of mine was at 1K. I also shot at 8 and 9 a few times.
I have never shot at 6 yet.
I keep trying to get Dan to go with me to some of the closer 600 yard matches, but we haven't done it yet.


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Originally Posted by xphunter
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TR or Open?
There are more 600 yard F-Class matches around than there are 1000 yard.
A 20 shot string does tend to tell you how good you are at reading conditions and how consistent your set-up is.
I have shot F-Class very little, and most of mine was at 1K. I also shot at 8 and 9 a few times.
I have never shot at 6 yet.
I keep trying to get Dan to go with me to some of the closer 600 yard matches, but we haven't done it yet.
Open would let them showcase their "knowledge" of cartridges too.

I predict Rick would take it. He's the only one among them that has allowed the hot light of competition shine on his shooting.


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Originally Posted by rcamuglia
Originally Posted by Nestucca
Shot the ladder then started to fine tune and thought I was going to end up at 69.5.


Can you post a pic of your ladder?


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Originally Posted by Tyrone
Paper doesn't lie.

They could each shoot a 600 yard F-class match. The format wouldn't leave any room for creative interpretation and the results would be published by a 3rd party, the witnesses would impartial. None of these guys would clean the target.

It would be like a postal match with real verification.

We could call it the "Gynophobe Invitational" laugh

I can clean a 600 yard F-Class target with my 44 mag!


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Originally Posted by Trystan
Originally Posted by Tyrone
Paper doesn't lie.

They could each shoot a 600 yard F-class match. The format wouldn't leave any room for creative interpretation and the results would be published by a 3rd party, the witnesses would impartial. None of these guys would clean the target.

It would be like a postal match with real verification.

We could call it the "Gynophobe Invitational" laugh

I can clean a 600 yard F-Class target with my 44 mag!


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