Thanks CBR, at the moment her dad still has his Loki rifle, I just wanted to see if I could find a Loki for the name and uniqueness, because that is what she had.
My daughter and son both have Boomer Shooter lowers all sequential numbers with mine :imsohappy:. It was with a AR built on a...
Great to see a 9 month update
Late to the party but this
When I started I had an okay grip at the start, then when I did a mag change I was all over the place, "My grip was different". A year later I finally went to TDSA I had several "Ha Haaa" moments.
My brother and I totally...
I have not posted on here or shot with you, except for the occasional run n gun in a long time.
I started out with a sidecocker AR built on a Loki receiver, I had bought two sequential receivers at that time. I sold the rifle to my assistant softball coach back in 2012, a couple...
I used to wonder how a lighter/ shorter version of Rolling Thunder would work. Years ago I took a machine shop class and made 4 comps, first was a duplicate of rolling thunder, second was shorter with two horizontal holes, both holes were the same size as the larger diameter hole on the Rolling...
From shooting long range I have learned to gather your data points and adjust your velocity so the ballistic app "matches" the real life data.
Bill I was trying to say
in the ballistics app inorder for a +1.5 inch zero at 100 yds the MV would be 987 in order to drop 32" @ 300 yds &...
Old post but... I ran this through Shooter app. If hundred yards dope is correct muzzle velocity would be 987 fps.
If I plug in the 300 yd dope then
100 yd is about 7 inches low &
400 yd would be -52 inch drop.
I am sure you figured this out already but I would recheck your 100 yd zero...
If you already had a 308 I would say go with it, but the advice above is solid I would go 243.
The 243 will do anything the 308 can do with less recoil, which is great for a knew shooter.
Kirk & Dennis gave great reasons for the 243.
Another side note in long range shooting, the current trend...
Tks Tony for that piece of info, even tho I have not fired the shotgun in a year.
I wonder what percentage of shooters have read #6 0.0001% or less.
I know one person (not me lol)that shot 3 gun for a year before he knew to trim the spring. He just knew one less slug would fit compared to...