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remmy sps tactical range report

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by 97guns, Nov 16, 2008.

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  1. 97guns

    97guns Member

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    finally made it out today for the first time and put around 200 rounds through the tube.

    the rig:

    SPS Tactical
    10X bushnell 3200
    weaver tactical base and 4X4 rings
    trigger adjusted down to 3 pounds
    barrel free floated on factory hogue stock

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    the groups at 100 yards:

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    target on the right were the first rounds down range and finding the paper. middle target is getting it to finally settle in. the target on the right is a change of ammo and point of impact seems a little lower. all in all im pretty satisfied with the grouping of the factory fodder especially since im not really a benchrest shooter. now i need to develop a couple of loads and hopefully i can get the groupings down.

    another observation was that shooting off the bipod seemed to be way steadier, the first 2 targets were off sandbags and the last target was from the bipod. i wanted to shoot without the bipod first to see if there was a drastic change in point of impact with it.
     
  2. umc180gr

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    Did you say what caliber this is? .308?
     
  3. 97guns

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    yep -308
     
  4. possum

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    wow 200rds in a bolt gun in a day that is pretty good, right there, i like i like!

    i say drop the trigger weight some more and get the rifle a nice paint job so it aint just another black bolt gun.
     
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