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6.5CM
Shooting steel at 1000yds with the Mesa Precision Arms Crux
BigJimFish Reviews a Mesa Precision Arms Crux custom ultra light hunting rifle in 6.5CM using Mesa's own bottom metal and Crux Titanium action, a McMillan Edge Carbon adjustable Game Warden stock, Proof carbon wrapped barrel, and TriggerTech Primary trigger. Rifle tested with factory ammo from Desert Tech, Copper Creek, Federal, and Hornady.
JP Enterprise LRP-07 Semi Auto Rifle Review Shooting semi-auto precision rifle is a closet passion of mine. Mainly because the large frame semi-auto rifles are so shooter dependent, you have to nail the fundamentals of marksmanship to be consistent.  Technology is changing; no longer do we look down on the semi-auto platform as being inferior.... Read more »
Training Lesson, Zero Offset I get asked all the time; “how do I switch ammunition types mid stream like at a competition and understand my offset.” Just about every ballistic solver has an offset utility, or as some note, a zero offset. It’s not necessary to use to get your initial DOPE, so many people... Read more »
Precision Rifle Training
Lessons Learned: Precision Rifle Training After Action Report It’s a been a busy two months since the Sniper’s Hide Team Challenge in Colville WA. Two blocks of classes in Alaska, some mixed in private instruction and a Class with Long Gun Training in Upstate NY. All told in this time period we saw 90 shooters... Read more »
The Rise of the Obstinate It’s been said, more than once for sure, that ownership does not equal competence. Just ask all the guys who have wrapped their $100,000 sports car around a telephone pole. Sure they owned a Lamborghini, but the first time they kicked it in the ass they wrecked it. We see... Read more »
Holding for Wind vs your Natural Point of Aim We all know, muscling the rifle is a bad thing. When recounting the Fundamentals of Marksmanship, NPA is the very first one. We describe NPA as; body pointed to the rifle, rifle pointed at the target. In other words, we are relaxed, lined up straight behind... Read more »
6.5CM with 122gr Flatline
Warner Tool Flat Line Projectile 122gr 6.5 Solids 22.75” Bartlein Barrel with 1-8.5 Twist chambered in 6.5CM spun up in a stock Accuracy International AX308 shooting the 122gr Flat Line Projectile. 1250 yards – 8 Mils 1440 yards – 10 Mils 1778 yards – 14.6 Mils Do I have your attention yet ? The more we... Read more »