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Old November 6, 2012, 11:05 AM   #9
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Check the consignment racks for a used rifle in good condition ...... and get a handloading set-up. Within reason, caliber is not that important......

At the point the guy can "shoot up to his rifle*" ...... then he can shop for something else, and will know more about waht it is he really wants.

*Be able to shoot as well from field positions as the rifle and load will from a benchrest..... it is a rare and wonderful thing, assuming a reasonably accurate rifle/load to start with.

So many electrons (and dollars) are wasted on "sub-MOA" equipment when the shooter is almost always the weakest link in the system.

I can not shoot up to my rifle, now ..... but I have gotten much better at shooting in general in the effort to get there.
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