G.A. Precision

Chad

U.S. Optics
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The Crusader

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Chad

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Day one and two-
Did the barrel break in: fire one, clean repeat 10x(left group of 8rds, first two off paper)
Then started the 5rd groups w/ cleaning after each, Remington 168(right group)

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Hornady 168 AMAX

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*Cold bore(above) was a flyer from another target w/ OBR kneeling*
Day three

200yds, cleaning between each 5rd group:

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Now that the barrel breakin in is done I will start cycling through about six different factory match loads and see how they print. Then I will pick one,
zero the scope and shoot some distance.
 

Chad

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Shooting the new Hornady 178 BTHP. five shot groups, prone, rear bag
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Other shot holes; zeroing .22lr, CCI standard velocity from CZ452

Confirming elevation at 550yds, 3.8mil, 3rds clustered on top of each other, POA center of the horns, DA 1100, 35F, 27.58inHG, 45%H, prone w/ pack/bag.
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pardus

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Very nice indeed.

I just had a look at the specs on that rifle, 3/8 MOA guarantee, impressive!
 

Chad

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Very nice indeed.

I just had a look at the specs on that rifle, 3/8 MOA guarantee, impressive!

Yes. Difficult for me to shoot the rifle that well consistantly. I expect to shoot around .5moa off of a bipod w/ rear field bag with ammo that shoots well in the rifle. I think it has shot every type of match ammunition I have tried under MOA.

This was the good run from yesterday:

100m, five shot groups, USO 5-25x @ 20x

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Shot off the robo-rest:

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