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.
Scope calibration is an important step to truing your ballistic software. If you have not calibrated and tested your scope for accuracy, you cannot expect positive results at distance using your ballistic solver. If you follow the truing directions with any ballistic app out there, scope calibration is a big part of the instructions. No... Read more »
BigJimFish reviews a custom rifle in .223 Remington built by Kelbly's using their Atlas Tactical 700 semi-clone action, a Krieger barrel, Bix'n Andy TacSport Pro trigger, Grayboe Ridgeback stock, and MPA bottom metal. Rifle tested with factory ammo from Lapua, Copper Creek, Desert Tech, Federal, and Hornady.
Online Training Lesson: Mechanics of a Rifle Cant Canting your Rifle A lot people have read my article on setting up your precision rifle with a small amount cant built in based on the shooter. This serves several purposes, the main is to protect from subconsciously canting the rifle. The body has a natural hold,... Read more »
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 »
Bench Vs Prone Shooting Variations Years ago we addressed this, but never with something like muzzle velocity. The question and the demonstration has sort of been wrapped up into Recoil Management, but since we had the question, I wanted to demonstrate it. The issue, a different muzzle velocity from the bench vs when shooting prone.... Read more »
Leveling Your Scope Contrary to popular belief, in 2017 the most important element when selecting a scope is tracking. Scope are telescopic sights and not spotters. In today’s age, most companies do a very good job spec’ing out “good glass”. I mean I can’t think of a shot I missed in the last 10 years... Read more »
Welcome to 2017 Year of the Bullet In 2015 I suggested you switch your 308 to a 6.5CM. For a lot of people this is still a viable solution, and I stand by that recommendation even today. However for 2017 we want to get past the gear, and more into what it takes to be... Read more »