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JERRYHM
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I believe the 80 amax will group under one inch at 600 yards.

Wind got my last shot.

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jadams
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Jerry: you are my hero. "Great shooting" Proves my point that the .224 80 gr A-max is a gooood bullet.
John
Flybuster
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A picture is worth a thousand words. I am convinced now that they are a very consistent bullet, and to think some people don't consider them a true match bullet. I think those California shooters have proven otherwise.
DukeDuke
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Originally Posted by JERRYHM
I believe the 80 amax will group under one inch at 600 yards.

Wind got my last shot.

Respect commending target, for sure! How did you get them over 3000fps, is what I wanna know!
chino69
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Originally Posted by Flybuster
Lou, I had considered the 22-250A.I. but I wasn't sure of the A-Max would hold up to velocities/RPMs the faster A.I. would deliver, I didn't want to push my luck.

This rifle will be a low volume gun for the most part, and not heated up too much. It will be used for Rockchucks, Coyotes and an occasional varmint match. But the high velocity 22's are notorious for fire cracking barrels, which will shred these thin bullets.

The results that you are getting sound good on those ground hogs. They are grouping sub 2" at 600 for Mr.Adams, they sound like a bullet you can't go wrong with.

The price is definitely right on them too. Thanks, Tanner



Tanner,
I try to always examine my shots when using a new bullet. The groundhogs I've shot with the A-Max have had large exit wounds and the bullet performance reminds me of the V-Max. The beautiful thing about the A-Max is the high ballistic coefficient along with terminal performance.

Lou Baccino
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