I shoot all my 416 and 404 bullets at between 2200 and 2400 , I have never shot them further than 100m and never intend to either.
although I totally agree with your comment , I find it difficult have and using a large caliber rifle which is mainly used for large and dangerous...
check it on the lead sled at 50m , if your grouping is better and acceptable then leave it alone.
I don't even shoot my 416 Rigby at the range at...
300 wm is a long shooter , I am a leupold fan and find them best value for money
a 50 is not necessary unless you will be hunting in low light...
sometimes those rare finds turn out to be your best rifle
I found one in the US and had it imported to SA , I am really stoked with the rifle , my question to all is really how many super...
apologies to open this old thread :
my M70 Super Grade 7x57 arrived , I am truly ecstatic with this rifle .
please give me more info on these...
it's not easy ( giving them what they want ) a reaction !
I do not know the full story completely , but I do feel that the hunter who fired the shot should be assisting Stu with some sort of insurance...
all of my CZ 550's have 3 position safety's , I however had them installed after market as I prefer them .
the rifle pictured has a LUX stock ,...
excellent news , well done Stu
@TMS fantastic Black WB , Congrats
250g , great caliber and the best weight IMHO
as a matter of interest which PH / outfitter are you planning on using in the area ?
I'm getting 2300fps with swift A frame 350g , MOA at 100m and as far as I am concerned perfect for the African bush.
seems like you will have a great month in May (y)
hopefully when and if I get to Zambia o_O
that stock looks great
Heym , Verney Carron and Merkel , with Merkel most probably being the best value for money
however Heym is my favorite
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