Ball ammo is crap for accuracy. That and last time I checked the barrels are 10 twist, which tends to favor heavier bullets.
Slow cooked pulled pork wild hog was one of the best meals I ever ate.
Been a few hitches and the inevitable delay or two.
Now for the fun part, anyone live near Spokane, WA willing to bring a long their MVP for some...
6.5's are corkers alright. Scandinavian big game hunters have been busting moose with those bullets for over a hundred years.
Epoxy coated lighter weight straight grain hard wood near as I can tell. Makes for a nice weather proof stock. Not as light as plastic but W-A-Y...
Sharp lookin' rifle !
I aint laughing. 25 yards is how I know I'm on paper and calculate roughly where they will go at 100 25 yard targets save me time and ammo before...
Will do !
There's a shop up near me does.
So who makes tougher 6.8 or .35 Rem or .30-30 brass than SSA ?
What I'm thinking is a work around to get by until they get the hardness issue...
O hall YAH !!
It will look wicked cool and might give you a psychological advantage on some of the competition too.
Skeeter, EGW makes REAL nice rails for the the MVPs. They come in 0 degree and 20 moa incline. They are a little longer than factory rails and hang...
I can't mess with that stuff neither but Admin can.
Welcome to the boards Byrd. Nice score on the Patrol too.
Dragging my butt to the keyboard....pm inbound : )
Sounds like nonsense to me. New is cool and all but..the classics are classic for good reason ; )
What's the skinny on the 22N brass ? Is it the shoulder, neck, body or head giving the trouble ?
If ball ammo don't cut the mustard for ya right off the bat a nice alternative is Federals American Eagle 50 grain varmint ammo....
I dare ya to neck it up to 6.5mm :cool: