a "1 MOA rifle all day long." is not spectacular at all. In fact, I'd consider it to be a requirement for most of my shooting. If I can't count on 1 MOA, I want a new gun
Right on Brian. I have found there are 2 different groups out there. Your deer hunter and your target shooter. Two totally different worlds between them. Most times what a deer hunter is happy with a target shooter will go home and back to the work table. As i stated before 1 inch at 100 yards is not impressive
Are we going into match type rifles or match shooting vs average type hunting or varmint rifles
Very good point Old Roper. I have 7 rifles now,only 2 of which are not either comp barrels or heavy barreled rifles. 10 rounds in one minute does not heat them up very much at all.
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