I've seen one RimX, looked to be real smooth, but then the fellow shooting it is really good. My buddy Jeff talked about getting one for a bit, but is so happy with his Bergara he hasn't mentioned it lately. I'd like to try one.
Been mulling over ideas on this for months, pretty much had what I wanted down, so instead of going back to work after my routine 6 month doctors check up, I went home. I cut a piece of aluminum off of some sort of mount, looked like some old bathroom stall hardware, I'm always bringing odds and ends home, lie the screws I used. I take screws and bolts etc out of things headed to the trash and bring them home.With the Vudoo you have to be careful not to have the bag push on the mag, it will point the round down and jam. I made a stop on the back of my plastic mag to keep it from being pushed back, angled down, works 99%, but plan on making an aluminum stop that attaches to the arca rail.
If you were to go the Vudoo route again would you do the V22 again or would you go with a 360?
I haven't shot one, but I've been whooped by one. Not sure how much better the Vudoo is, or isn't. I know it's very good.I'm currently running a 20" CZ 457 At-One.
How many targets are sub moa?
Man, that Ruger looks like a lot of rifle for the money. I wonder who makes their barrels (maybe in house?). There's been some debate on the accuracy of hammer forged vs cut rifling barrels, but I know from my own experience with my FN SPR that hammer forged barrels can be accurate.
I think I'd have to give that Ruger a try.