Wanna Bee wrote:Nice score! I have the RCBS with all of the collets. Only use it for.308 though. Anything else I load is production style and needs some kind of motor. The Giraud seems to be the one that will follow me home at some point.
mozz wrote:Should have free floated the barrel and glass bed the action, bet it would have shot much better.
Flyer5 wrote:Barrel whip.
mozz wrote:That's pretty neat to see the barrel whip like that. If the ammo was consistent, your point of impact wouldn't change. In theory, the flex would be in the same place each time the bullet left the barrel.
If i had a rifle that shot 12moa, it would be a never ending challenge to me to have it shoot good, i would figure it out one way or another.
Latest project, 1965,or 66 Remington bdl varmit .223, which my dad bought new at Sugermans or Mermelsteins. I used to shoot this some years ago and it sat in a closet for many. Took it out this year to clean and oil it, factory stock was pushing against the side of the barrel on the end real bad. Instead of hogging out the wood, i decided to buy a Boyds thumbhole laminated stock for it. $99. Epoxied aluminum pillars in it a week ago and put on a cheap 3x9 scope (till i find something a bit better) and a $8 rechargeable (18650 battery) led flashlight with a genuine red led, not a filter or lens. Going to be my fox/coyote rifle. 1-12" twist so 50 grainers for now.