Really like the XTRII series, have three rifles set up with them. The 5-25 is absolute overkill on the Anschutz (overkill never fails, right). It was a bit of a challenge to get mounted. Also, I was a bit skeptical about the SCR style reticle at first (I run GB2's or older style mildots elsewhere), but I got comfortable with it quickly in actual use.Sorry for the delay. I have been busy training for this up coming race season, so I haven't been keeping a close eye on the thread. Nice rifles Middle Man! How do you like that Burris on your Anschutz?
I have shot it with and without the can through most of my ammo testing over the last year (15 or so diff types) and found no measurable difference as long as I clean the can every 250rds or so. I had this can on a pistol for a weekend of goofing around, put about 500 rds through it and then put it on the rifle and I saw about a 1/4" shift in POI and the groups opened up a little.Did you try it with and without the can? Just curious if it made a difference. I have heard that it does and does not from different shooters.
Thanks, I had to thin out a lot of trees and remove the stumps to dig that backstop. I don't think these groups are good enough to add to your results though. I need a lot more practice to get better.Beautiful range Fret! Get me some group sizes and I will add you to the results! Also is that a Fortner action, maybe a 1727? Would love to see more pics and more 6X5's from that rifle!
Love the range and the weather!Went out this morning with the temperature around 34* with 5-9 MPH breeze. It was kind of cold. This target shooting is really difficult. I need to figure out how to stop the heartbeat when aiming. LOL
Target is 55 yards away. Ammo was SK Rifle Match. Scope is Razor HD LH 3-15x42 with G4 BDC reticle set at 15x. The center floating dot would just cover the 1/8" target dots.
Flyer on first target on top left was the first shot and might be from a cold barrel. The flyer on the last target is due to choking.
Love your design , I have only 2 suggestionsWell I was hoping to take a stab at this last weekend, but the winds were ridiculous. Soon.
However I did want to post the target sheet I made to use in case anyone else would like to print it out and give it a try.
I'm open to suggestions for improvements.
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Awesome feedback. Just what I was looking for.Love your design , I have only 2 suggestions
1. make the orange area white( I’m cheap and office max copies are too if it’s black and white , 600% more for any color)
2. The center aim point , a slightly larger white center black outlined diamond, currently it measures about 1/16 printed out , a little bigger , (maybe 1/8 to 3/16 inside ) and white ,helps you see where your cross hair/dot is sitting.
That Voodoo is a lovely little beast. Fine shooting too. You have the right ammo. What magnification or range of is your Kahles and how do you like it? Well done!
Number 2 looks perfect,maybe thicken the lines a bit on the inside. Diamonds let your eye naturally put the crosshairs in its corners ,and when shooting groups and adjusting for wind allows you small lateral aiming points in the corners.