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Old December 10, 2018, 07:42 AM   #19
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Originally Posted by jmorris
Why? If it’s because you can’t test on a windy day, I might understand but you can load, test, practice, under lots of conditions.

If you want drama for testing vs practice what better conditions than a windy anyway?

If you notice that powder scale in the photo above is sitting in a cake pan lid, that’s what covers it from the wind. You just have to adapt to the conditions you are in
Let me clarify further. "no way would I attempt to HANDLOAD at my range on a windy day". I have NO problem with live fire test in the wind. If I chose to not shoot on a windy day I would never get anything accomplished. Like I stated my 200 meter range which is where I do most all my precision rifle testing is frequently windy.
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