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Old 06-20-2011, 12:19 AM
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Tight group at 600 yards hunh? J/K I wish. Shot at 25 yards. License says restriction corrective lenses only to drive for a reason ;-)
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Savage 14 .308 Win 150gr SST @ 100 yds w/ Burris Fullfield Tactical 3-9x40mm @ 9x

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Ok, I'll play. Although not a precision rifle, she can still shoot.

1941 "PL" marked Sako M39, shooting Yugo surplus, 200yd FAST string.

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diginit:
consider this, red dots are battery powered.
cross hairs are not.
you can loose the red dot in "busy" background, you can't with cross hairs.
I've used both. I'll stay with cross hairs.
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This black square is 1 MOA at 25M.



Rifle

Upper: RAA Complete A4 Rifle Kit
Barrel: RRA, 16", 1/9 Twist
Lower: RRA LAR-15
Stock: RRA 6 Position
Magazine: Colt & Magpul PMAG
Use: Paper Shredding, SHTF, & Service Rifle
Trigger: RRA 2 Stage National Match, 4.5#
Grip: AR Standard, Fore: FAB T-Pod
Optics: ACOG TA01NSN
Sights: Front: A2 Standard, Rear: A.R.M.S. 40L
Bipod: Fab T-Pod
Sling: USGI, 3-Point
Light: FAB Defense LED Speed Light 100-120 Lumens
Paint: Standard Black

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Larue Stealth full length Upper
Vortex Viper PST 6-16X FFP MOA MOA
DMR adjustable trigger

100 yards
PPU Match 75 gr factory ammo
3rd shot was the flier to the right, winds 5-10 mph gusts from left.

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Remington 700 XCR Compact Tactical with Leupold Mark4 100yrds 3shots each about .25in group

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My Rifle

Rem 700 Sps Varm Heavy barrel
Vortex Viper 6.5-24x50mm scope
B&C A2 stock
R&D Precision Bottom metal and Brake ( highly recommended , randy is a good guy of few words )
168 gr. smhpbt federal premium
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How do you post pictures inj a thread?
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Went to Angeles Shooting Range after work yesterday. Since I went alone, my cameras were my spotter. My MK-8 shot very poor groupings at 100 yards. But it didn't do too bad at 600 yards. I was able to land seven out of eight shots.

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Video comes to life. BTW that's some bad $*& bullet travel video.
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Old 08-18-2011, 12:22 AM
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Video comes to life. BTW that's some bad $*& bullet travel video.
Thank You I tried but couldn't figure out how to bring the video to life.

The vapor trails are awesome. This camera set up really helped me with figuring out bullet drops at certain distances. And I can also review my shooting flaws.
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Backstory: just finished building my first AR. Colfax Tactical 80% lower, machined at home. DTI kit for everything else, 16" BB, 1:7, carbine-length gas, standard LPK, etc. I'm not posting a photo of the rifle, because you all know what they look like.

Took it to the range today with some 62-grain Federal green tip and some 55-gr PMC bronze. Iron sights only, 50 yards.

Haven't shot an AR since I last had to qualify in 1993! Old training dies hard, I guess; it did ok from the "commence firing" command. My eyes aren't nearly what they were, but the muscles & fingers seemed fine. Those black dots looked TINY from 50 yards. This target was printed on 8.5" x 11" paper.



Results: The rifle prefers the PMC to the Federal. A lot. That was interesting, as I'd read (on calguns, mostly) that the lower twist-rate barrels preferred the heavier rounds. But it seems that bullet weight has less to do with accuracy than quality does. I shot some more after this paper, but results were pretty much the same. This was all a sandbag front & nothing else.

Other info: the first mag I slapped in dropped back out. And the bolt release wouldn't drive a round into the chamber. About a minute of "Crap, did I wreck this thing? Is it going to explode in my face?" ensued. And then I remembered reading (here on calguns again) that these things like to run wet, especially right out of the box (or the garage, as it were). So sprayed some Hoppes #9 (had the can in my bag) into the dust cover and around the bolt catch and even up into the gap where the trigger pokes out from the fire control pocket, and wow, it started working just fine. Thanks for the advice, forum folks.

Looking forward to the next trip to the range

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Old 09-26-2011, 2:35 PM
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Put a BCM 20" upper with a cheap Bushnell 4-12x40 on the Colfax lower. It seemed to like the 62 grain 5.56 green tip quite a bit better. After zeroing, I put 50 rounds through a Shoot-n-see at 50 yards. Everything went through the 9 ring, and most were inside that.

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Sighted the Eotech at 50 yards



100 yards with Eotech

The Rifle

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100 yards, bench rest, iron sights:



In both cases, kept it to about an inch for 4 shots, but flyers opened them up to ~1.5 inches. I can't seem to shoot better than 1.5 inches lately. Aging sucks!
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What rifle was that with XRMike??
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Just your standard White Oak Armament service rifle upper, with pinned, 1/4-MOA rear sight, RRA 2-stage trigger, and my hand loads.
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Just your standard White Oak Armament service rifle upper, with pinned, 1/4-MOA rear sight, RRA 2-stage trigger, and my hand loads.
Nice shooting then. Thats a great group for Irons on a 20" AR. all in the 10 ring.
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Went to Angeles Shooting Range this morning to sight in my Vortex Strikefire red dot on my new DPMS Oracle at 100 yards. Second time shooting my AR (haven't really shot rifles in over 10 years and only few times in total). Last week I shot it for the first time at 25 yds. Background on my DPMS Oracle here: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...ht=dpms+oracle

250 rounds today, still no hiccups since new.
Not sure where I should be at in accuracy at 100yds but I was happy with the results with the Vortex. Still working on my breathing and muscle memory for shots. Overall, very satisfied with this budget buy.

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50 yards American Eagle 55 grain FMJ


100 yards same ammunition

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640 yards. Testing my ballistic calculator with fed gmm 168.

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I changed my scope. It's now Burris Fullfield II 4.5-14x42 Rifle Scope
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American Eagle 55 grain 223 at 50 yards:

100 yards:
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Zero @ 100 yards. That's Sub-MOA with 55gr FMJBT American Eagle
(2.5" Target / 1" Bullseye)





25 consecutive rapid-fire shots @ 300 yards. 1 Minute of wind right-to-left.
My steel target is an MGM TAC BCCZ standard IPSC Target (A,B,C zones only).
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Shooting 39gr Sierra BlitzKing, 24.8grs Alliant R10X (3515fps avg), Federal SR 205M, and Remington Brass
Inner circles on Shoot-N-C are 1"

100yds 5 Shot Group,


200yds with called flyer (4 shots),


Remington 700SPS Varmint .204 Ruger cut down to 20", Bell & Carlson M40 Stock, EGW Bolt Knob, Timney Trigger set at 1.5lbs, Weaver 3-15x50 on Leupold M4 Rings and EGW Base, Harris Bipod, Tactical Component Mag Xtender
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Remi 700 308
Haris Bi-Pod 6-9 inches
Nikon 4-12x40 BDC Scope
Black Water Cheek Raise

Two pics here from today's shoot. The first is with Federal Gold Match 308 Rounds, the other is with Winchester 308 rounds (cheap) at 100 yards. Ammo makes a huge difference!!



The second with less quality ammo @ 100 yards

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First time out with a brand new rifle yesterday:

DPMS Oracle upper
Tactical Machining TM-308 lower
ACE skeleton stock
Standard LPK/trigger
Golden State Tactical 10/20 PMags
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This was the last time out at Pala with the LaRue DMR using 68gr. Hornady match:




Excuses: I feel like I could have done better with a higher magnification(3-9x) and I took some shortcuts when making ammo which makes me believe it can tighten up a little.
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Here are my "Savages"
.22lr Savage 93 BTVLSS; two groups different days using Lapua Center-X. The first is 50 yards:

Here is my last group at 100 yards:


Next is my Savage 10 at 100 yards using FGMM 168s:


Finally, with 168 gr Hornady A-max:


Rifles are broken in, but I have less than 500 rounds through the .22lr and less than 250 rounds through the .308. Happy shooting!
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LWRC M6A3 with LEUPOLD MARK AR 6-18X and PMC 55gr at 100 yards.
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Zero @ 100 yards. That's Sub-MOA with 55gr FMJBT American Eagle
(2.5" Target / 1" Bullseye)
If that was shot with a .224 caliber projectile it is a 2" bullseye. Each square is 1/2" so that group is closer to 1.5 MOA

This target was also shot with .224 bullets and the upper left and lower right 5 shot groups are submoa.

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I took my M1A Supermatch and bedded it into my new Pro-Mag Archangel stock. I installed a titanium nitrided gas piston, an adjustable gas valve for minimum op-rod slam, an op-rod buffer to lessen the slam against the receiver. I did some trigger polish work that reduced the National Match trigger job from 5 to 4lbs. I did a hammer lightening job that reduced the hammer mass by about 35-40% for quicker lock-up. I just installed my new IJK 10-40x50 non-illuminated scope (pretty good for the money) onto my Basset Machine scope mount using high quality scope rings. Cheap scope rings are the scourge of scopes in my opinion. Most negative scope effects are directly linked to cheap rings. Ammo was Russian Wolf 150 gr. (I still have a bunch of it around). My first day at the range with my current set up and shot this 10 round group at 100 yards. I'm pretty happy with the results.



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first time at the range ,factory ammo 140 gr Prvi Partizan

200 yards

second time, with the reloads 140,gr SMK,47gr RL22


4 rounds 200 yards
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If you can't read my handwriting, that's a 1.25" 10 shot group at 25y on the left from my 16" dissy with a Matech 600m BUIS on a crappy airsoft bipod. Right is a 5 shot 2 1/8" group at 100y from my 20" SDM-R with TA11F ACOG on a Larue bipod.

Or, in mall ninja speak, a .75" group with two fliers! #kidding

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Would this be considered a quarter MOA gun? lol j/k It took me ten shoots to mark the center while sighting in the Trijicon RMR at 50yards. The PMC 55gr. bullet made a clean hole through the coin.



Here is a picture of Alli shooting the gun.

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The rifle, Weatherby Vanguard Series 2 in .308

Load testing 3 shots at 50yards

Same load, 3 shots at 100yrds


Shows potential I think. Not bad for second trip out.
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