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Hey mate, thought you might like to know – Smoked a goat at exactly 500 metres in a 20k crosswind. Also, my mate dropped a fallow with a neck shot at 200m too. I had tested the day before at 100m with 3 shots right beside each other right under the bull, including the cold shot. Thanks again for the setup, it’s brilliant being able to trust your gun.


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6mm Creedmoor Load Development – Part Two – Seating Depth

With the charge weight sorted, it was time to have a play with seating depth to see if we could finesse the load a little. The main consideration here was the smallest group size and seeing if I could reduce the SD any further. Ultimately though, remember, it's consistency over absolute smallest value.

6mm Creedmoor Dodgy Load Development – Part One

Now - let's be clear - I am not interested in taking 100 rounds to do load development - the less I can shoot to get 99% of the way - I am happy. I have long accepted that the last little increase in precision and the extra time and effort it takes is well lost within my shooting ability.

Ballistics Solutions on your wrist! TruFlite, running on the Garmin 5X Plus.

Shooting Solutions, on your wrist! I kind of dismissed the new Garmin Fenix with the Applied Ballistics Solution - why would I need yet another...

Stress testing – find out what breaks first!

You can spend all day shooting at a piece of paper, trying to get the smallest group and still not really learn much, apart from how statistics are a hell of a drug. Instead, can I suggest you start introducing some stressors that shake out where things can be improved and what you need to do to improve them.

The new barrel is on the rifle! I originally met the crew from Proof Research at the Sika Show. After hearing what I was up to, they offered to send down...

The Burris XTR III – a quick overview on a TAC A1

A Tasty Rig A client recently got me to set up a new target/gong/pest control rig for him. Naturally, I suggested a TAC A1 - having...

Sometimes, the setup is easy!

Sometimes, my job is very easy. This Sako Carbonlite in 7mm Rem, paired with a SWAROVSKI Z5 5-25 and running Sako Ammo with the Sierra GameHead projectiles.Brand new gun. Assumed, bore-sighted...

How do you setup a rifle in a ballistic calculator?

In this video, I use ARMA 3 - a half game, half military simulator to show how you go from having no data, through to a setup and confirmed ballistic calculator. Confirming zero, getting basic velocity data, BC, sight over bore height, atmospherics and more.

Using ARMA for a ballistics primer.

Due to 'staying home' at the moment - I am not getting out shooting. Sadly, I live in metro Auckland - so it's no...

Which TRG for me? Oh, the conundrum.

I wish it was specifically for me - but here is my first caveat - they don't do a left-handed version, so the likelihood...

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