.308 Win target

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.308 Win target

Post by André » Mon May 23, 2016 10:04 am

Cartridge .308 win

Brand of bullet Sierra MK

Weight of bullet 168

Brand of brass

Type of powder N 140

Grains of powder 41.5

Brand, and type of primer WLR

COL 72,5 mm

FPS/MPS 772 m"/2533 ft"

Rifle Custom Ruger MV II VT + Lothar Walther honed SS Match bbl.
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Scope Leupold Vari- XIII 6,5-20x40 AO

Weather conditions & temp underground

Accuracy @ 100 yards/meters 5 in 0,4 cm at 100 m (.14 MOA)
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Re: .308 Win target

Post by Grumulkin » Mon May 23, 2016 3:51 pm

Very nice!

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Re: .308 Win target

Post by rick137 » Mon May 23, 2016 6:05 pm

Andre:

Impressive. What forend rest and what buttstock rest did you use? What is the diameter of the bullseye ring?

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Re: .308 Win target

Post by SPEEDY » Mon May 23, 2016 6:58 pm

I always liked the KM77 mark II VT rifle.
I used one when I was a part time pro too shooter back many moons ago. Sat very stable and that trigger was one of the best to adjust yourself.
I'm soft and I don't care. :dance:

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Re: .308 Win target

Post by André » Tue May 24, 2016 3:11 am

I'll second that, the 2-stage trigger is very nice for target work. Front rest was Wichita tripod + sand bag at rear end. Target was inspired from bench rest and home drawn using Powerpoint. Being a hunter used to sight in to strike above POA (max point blank range), I'm disturbed by shots hitting below POA, so I turned the target upside down. Aiming square is 2x2 cm (.8x.8") and bullseye's diameter is also 2 cm (.8 "). I'll add that, apart from the match bbl., the rifle was glass bedded by a true artist.
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