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squid
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Do the better shooters use their Light gun for all rounds or do they have a gun for each weight class?

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caroby
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Well...Yes and yes.
Basically most do use specific weight class guns for each class.
Though setting up a 6mm - 10lb 8oz. gun that is a real "barn burner" is very advantageous. This caliber/weight can be used in all classes. I also think a shooter whom is confident in his/her abilities with a light gun in 6ppc will be a better shooter in other classes with it as well as with the 13.5 class weight rifle. Some simply shoot the "SIX" 10lb 8oz. all year (exception is there may be a few barrels used)and through Nationals, I tend to do this as well.
New shooters: Best recommendation I have for starting out in Benchrest is a quality used 10.5 6ppc rifle and LOTTS'A practice!
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