SHOOTERS'
FORUM


FORUM MEMBERS: GO to http://forum.AccurateShooter.com/. Log in with SAME User Name and SAME Password.

THIS FORUM HAS MOVED!!
GO to Forum.AccurateShooter.com

THIS FORUM is NOT ACTIVE. POSTING and THREAD CREATION are halted.

You can read all posts on NEW FORUM: Forum.AccurateShooter.com

 
 |  Latest Topics
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment   Page 2 of 2      Prev   1   2
dennisinaz
Reply with quote  #9 
I shot a lot of them with a CLAW this summer. It worked great out to about 400 yds. Much more versatile than any benchrest set-up. I took that too and it was tedious compared to the CLAW.

When hunting open country, I typically carry a full size carbon fiber tripod with me (Velbon El Carmagne) and so the CLAW allows me to make extreme long range shots in environments that aren't conducive to prone shooting.
CooperNV
Reply with quote  #10 
I have been using a Target Shooters Inc. rest for the last 8 years. It woks good for me.
sleepygator
Reply with quote  #11 
Preacher is right about bipods. During a 1988 demonstration in southern Oman, I shot this minute-of-Rover group off the bipod at 1600 meters. Weapon was a prototype Barrett 82A1 shooting FN-manufactured Raufoss APEI.

The Colonel bitched a little about setting it on fire.

We didn't see any of the Yemeni varmints that were causing problems.

Attached Images
Click image for larger version - Name: Minute-of-Rover.jpg, Views: 573, Size: 39.97 KB 

Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:


Create your own forum with Website Toolbox!


You Can Help Support 6mmBR.com by Making a Small, Secure Donation.

Daily Shooter's Bulletin



Sponsored Searches Help Support this Forum