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Old December 10, 2017, 09:40 PM   #26
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If you have a good shooting jacket, take it with you and use it.

I shot a lot of 7 RM in the past, but I no longer own one.

I don't think I have ever shot 300 rounds in one day other than handgun.

When I take my 460 out it takes me prolly 5 hours to shoot 10-15 rounds. I don't get flinchy that way. Of course i take something else to fill in the time.

I shoot different that most when working with a hunting rifle and don't let the barrel get more that 10-15 degrees over ambient. This is measured with an IR instrument.
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Old December 11, 2017, 01:40 AM   #27
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Mag ums lighter than the .338 are sort of pointless. If you need a magnum rifle it should be for both heavier bullets and high velocity. High velocity alone is not much use.
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