Jump to content

Recommended Posts

Hey all,

 

J-Dub asked me if I thought it might be a good idea to start a thread for showing off our proudest targets!

 

I think its a great idea personally!

 

 

So lets see them! Best groupings, backstory, rifle used, ammo used!

 

 

Time to show off your mad skills!!!

 

:thumb:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'll post mine tomorrow when I have finally fine tuned my 6.8 :thumb:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

18 round group at 150 yards as fast as i could load and fire 4 pics with a custom 22-250 AI

IMG_6394.jpg

adjusted my hold and the last three went almost in to one hole

IMG_6390.jpg

9 rounds

IMG_6393.jpg

10 rounds as fast as i can load them

IMG_6389.jpg

same

IMG_6388.jpg

3 rounds 308 with 168 GMM

group.jpg

Edited by chunks7mm

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

how are you guys measuring? outside to outside minus the bullet diameter? or center to center the farthest round minus bullet diameter? or other

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

outside to outside on the farthest hole out,subtract the diameter

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

shot this yesterday 6 round group @100yds. first shot was a fouling shot out of a fresh scrubed bbl. the other 5 measured .405

out of .308 REM sps tact with a Konus 6.5x24 scope. :flea:

1638.jpg

gun001Large.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Did this about a month ago out on a dry lake bed about 30 min. north of the Las Vegas valley. I shot from a prone supported position suing my harris bi pod and carhart jacket under the rear stock. I start with 100 yard clean cold bore groups to confirm zero then shoot at various distances ranging from 100 to 1000 yards. My DOPE data is very good out to 1000 yards but haven't started developing my 1000 plus DOPE'age

 

 

DSC00046.jpg

 

3 Rounds from 100 yards, 190 gr HPBT .300 Win Mag

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSC00033.jpg

 

Remington 700 PSS DM with Leopold MK 4 3.5x10x40 LR/T M1

Edited by JFComfort

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

nice rifle

Edited by subnormal

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
dude, I know I'm the new guy and I aint trolling But I can't belive it. I would have to be there.

3 rounds one hole no other jag marks @ 300yds. your name is robin hood or you posted the wrong picture.

good looking rifle

Click on the picture, and then zoom in on the bullseye. You can plainly see multiple holes in the target if you do. After doing this, please politely edit your post. He said 100 yds, not 300 like is written on the target.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Click on the picture, and then zoom in on the bullseye. You can plainly see multiple holes in the target if you do. After doing this, please politely edit your post. He said 100 yds, not 300 like is written on the target.

so your the resident post police.

I can read that it says 100 and I can also see it says 300. how do I know which one? he could have made a mistake and my computer browser doesn't zoom. I had to download and then zoom. sorry I couldn't see it. it wasn't like I was attacking him.

if you seen just one hole and 300yds on a target you would believe it?

if so I have a rifle for you. shoots 500yds 5 shots in one hole, sell it for $650

the price of my new varmint upper. :hs:

Edited by subnormal

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
if you seen just one hole and 300yds on a target you would believe it?

 

I give everyone the benefit of the doubt. Barring that, 300 yards, three rounds in one hole isn't impossible. We don't know how good of a shot he is. It is entirely possible that he did that at 300 yards.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
so your the resident post police.

I can read that it says 100 and I can also see it says 300. how do I know which one? he could have made a mistake and my computer browser doesn't zoom. I had to download and then zoom. sorry I couldn't see it. it wasn't like I was attacking him.

if you seen just one hole and 300yds on a target you would believe it?

if so I have a rifle for you. shoots 500yds 5 shots in one hole, sell it for $650

the price of my new varmint upper. :hs:

nope, not the police. Just don't like seeing people question a picture until they look at it. As far as the target, you can see a second hole under the obvious one without zooming. One hole at 300 yds, no-a group that size at 300 yds, that rifle is capable of it with the right trigger jockey.

 

Oh and BTW, a 5 shot one hole group at 500 yds IS possible-seen it many times with a Barrett, seen several rifles chambered in .338 LM do it too

Edited by THESPECIALIST

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I give everyone the benefit of the doubt. Barring that, 300 yards, three rounds in one hole isn't impossible. We don't know how good of a shot he is. It is entirely possible that he did that at 300 yards.

I agree good shooting,

your right luck of the draw it could have happened, and I would brag

like I said it wasnt a attack. I just couldn't believe it.

just my opinion, I guess when you cant have a opinion forums and gun cease to exist.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
nope, not the police. Just don't like seeing people question a picture until they look at it. As far as the target, you can see a second hole under the obvious one without zooming. One hole at 300 yds, no-a group that size at 300 yds, that rifle is capable of it with the right trigger jockey.

 

Oh and BTW, a 5 shot one hole group at 500 yds IS possible-seen it many times with a Barrett, seen several rifles chambered in .338 LM do it too

i didnt mean as in one hole maybe clover leaf. I can believe that. but on my computer it looks as a single bullet hole.

taking a second look with out zooming it still looks like one hole.

the second hole is still blacked out. but of course I'm using a lap top with a 14" screen.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×