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Kimber 8400 Tactical Range Report

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by rozziboy18, Jul 20, 2010.

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  1. rozziboy18

    rozziboy18 Member

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    hey guys just clocked a few more hours of trigger time this afternoon. here are some pics of my 50,100,200 yard targets.

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    100 yards with a flyer
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    200 yards.... smaller than the 100 yards target
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    some random range pics

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    my local sportsmans club, wish i could shoot farther but east tennessee has lots and lots of mountains and long range shots are few and far between
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  2. Geno

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    What caliber and ammo are you using? Nice rifles, aren't they? I have the M84LPT and it is a tremendously accurate rifle. Congrats!

    Geno
     
  3. rozziboy18

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    well its acutualy just one rifle, from two sides, but anyways, is the great caliber of 308 win. the ammo is a home brew version of m118lr <stats>

    brass-------------winchester once fired cut to 1.999-2.008, vld debured,flash hole debured ect...
    primer-----------cci br2
    powder----------varget 43.5g +/- .01g
    bullet-------------175 smk seated to 2.822

    i agree with ya these new kimber can realy drive nails! i have never had a gun this accurate before!

    post some picks of your iron if you get a chance
     
  4. Geno

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    I will post some pics when my wife gets out camera back from her school. She loaned it out for two weeks. :rolleyes:

    My LPT .308 Win really fires the Blackhills 175 gr HPs well. I have some handloads ginned up for the next trip to the farm. :)

    Geno
     
  5. taliv

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    nice rifle! nice shooting!

    if you want to shoot farther, go to oak ridge. see my sig for link to calendar for mid- and long-range matches. or the long range league on monday nights
     
  6. rozziboy18

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    ok taliv,
    how do you get into the ORSA, THANKS BY THE WAY!
     
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    you don't have to be a member to shoot any of the matches. but you should join anyway so you can go shoot whenever. there should be a form to fill out on their website or there is a box of them at the front gate you can drive by and snatch one. fill it out and send it in. you'll need $120 or so and within the first year, a member to sponsor you (it is a club)
     
  8. Geno

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    rozziboy18:

    Sorry I had to "scan" the target as I still won't have my camera back for a week. That means I also had to bend it in half to get it to fit in the scanner. :) I have posted this target before. These are groups were fired at 100 yards using Fed Fusion ammo. Not bad considering these were barrel-break-in groups. (Added per your request pics of the LPT).

    Geno

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  9. rozziboy18

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    that shure is a pretty piece of glass geno, i should have went your rount and got the lpt and nf and caned the 8400 tactical with the leupold
     
  10. Geno

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    Nothing wrong with your set-up...great groups yours is producing (shooter doesn't hurt any either). I'll have to test some hand-loads with my NF 12-42X56. :)

    Geno
     
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