Super Chrono Demo

I made a demo video on behalf of goBallistic

I plan to follow up with a proper user review in the near future.

Road to Precision Part XXIV

I come to the realization that I don’t have the time or money to continue in competitive shooting. Reluctantly I pull out after the final competition of 2012. I plan to move in a direction now of practical application shooting. Not sure if the series will continue, or just start fresh with the new ideas.

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Road to Precision part XXIII

With the end of the season approaching rapidly, I tune my target load some more by adjusting the bullet seating depth.

 

Road to Precision part XXII

Its time to take this rifle to a competition, the 300 meter ISSF is the first one I am able to attend. Results are okay but expected because I ran short of time for load development. I will begin looking into seating depth adjustments after this.

Road to Precision part XXI

The latest version of my video series. In this episode I show some of the dangers of reloading that can happen when your cases get cracked.

Road to Precision XX

A little late adding this here, but heres a video on barrel break-in.

Another great day of load testing

I went to the range early this morning to take advantage of some great weather. There was virtually no wind when I started and it picked up to a slight breeze of maybe 1-2mph by the end of the shoot.

This time I was shooting 155 Lapua Scenar’s to see how seating depth would affect […]

Seating depth triumph

I went to the range today looking to put the seating depth mystery up to its first test. I was using my 175Gr SMK load and placed the bullet 0.005″ closer to the lands for each five shot group which looked something like this:

2.075″ 2.080″ 2.085″ 2.090″ 2.095″ 2.075″

The final test would have […]

Road to Precision Part XIX

Latest video is now up. In this episode I take a look at brass preparations for my new barrel. This includes cleaning, full length sizing, and case trimming. Next I take a look at how to measure the distance to the lands of the rifling so that I can adjust the bullet seating depth in […]

Check your Brass!

I found this while reloading this afternoon:

The case wall near the head (bottom) has thinned out from reloading to the point that I have cracks forming. After inspecting all cases again, I found a total of 27 that had thin case walls. This is a potentially dangerous situation, because the combustion gases can […]