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Old December 31, 2012, 07:10 PM   #19
Join Date: December 6, 2012
Posts: 29
If I ever use a brush I don't like going against the "grain" of the rifling. it goes against everything in me. Next time I go to the range I'll fire a 3 practice shots/foiling shots let it cool then start on my groupings. I'm still trying to find the right round for for my gun so I'm still experimenting with alot of different round types and brands, so far in my opinion the Remington core-lokt 165 grain and the Hornady SST 165 grain are decent in my rifle. I'm considering downsizing to the 150 because lets face it deer or really anything (except for hogzilla hogs) is going to require 165 grain in Florida, especially in a 30-06 caliber. Another thought, is the premium Remington ammo really make a difference in accuracy for the money?
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