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A day with my 223 and side kick comparing bullets in a 12 to 14 mph wind.


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that would seriously screw my brain up...trying new bullets and loads..........my brain goes into meltdown when im forced to use a different cartridge:lol:

power to your elbow being able to seperate out thought from fact.............your dog was not happy....:lol:

great to see your preparation..:good:

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2 hours ago, Cranfield said:

This is part of the preparation you must have to go through to ensure those long range kills.
Your accuracy is really impressive.

I use to hate sighting in a scope and trying new loads.

Thanks pal ye i do a lot of this type of testing to make those long shots especially one after the other i think some times some do not realise the testing about you have to do.

On 25/09/2021 at 22:04, ditchman said:

that would seriously screw my brain up...trying new bullets and loads..........my brain goes into meltdown when im forced to use a different cartridge:lol:

power to your elbow being able to seperate out thought from fact.............your dog was not happy....:lol:

great to see your preparation..:good:

Thanks Ditch in a funny kind of way i do enjoy this more than the actual hunting.

On 25/09/2021 at 19:13, silver fox 1 said:

Great shooting it just goes to show what can be achieved when you do your homework, I certainly wouldn’t fancy being a fox on your permission thanks for sharing

Lol cheers Silver.

On 25/09/2021 at 14:48, Lampwick said:

“Which for 400yrds I think is ok” 🤣 

It’s great as far as I’m concerned!! I could hardly see the target!! 👍

Lol cheers pal i could only see it through the scope 😂

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7 hours ago, FOXCALLER said:

Hi mate, what powder do you use for the tmk. Is oal 2.260 for them.

Great shooting.

Cheers

I use an almost max load of vit 140 pal the COL in my rifle is 2.345 inch but this is a Sako 8 twist kind of designed for them, to be fair i have shot the TMKs at mag length around 2.275 and they still shot well just i had a bit more pressure so i knocked the load down. I use the 77s as well at a 1000 yards which impressed me on very calm days.

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Thanks Simon, I have a Howa heavy barrel in .223 with 8 twist, I'm not sure what length my chamber is will have to check.bullets are hard to get down with us at the mo but I have managed to get some 60 grain v max to give a try. Will let you know how they go.

Cheers

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On 28/09/2021 at 21:29, FOXCALLER said:

Thanks Simon, I have a Howa heavy barrel in .223 with 8 twist, I'm not sure what length my chamber is will have to check.bullets are hard to get down with us at the mo but I have managed to get some 60 grain v max to give a try. Will let you know how they go.

Cheers

Ye do my friend.

On 29/09/2021 at 18:30, old man said:

Very impressive Simon.

 

Thanks young chap.

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use the 55 grn blitzkings through my tikka 223 1 in 8 twist and never swapped from the day i bought it using 25.1 grn of h4895 and ive got a tub or two left thankfully .

Great to see the 223 on show as to many think speed is the key 22.250 ??

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On 01/10/2021 at 20:38, magman said:

use the 55 grn blitzkings through my tikka 223 1 in 8 twist and never swapped from the day i bought it using 25.1 grn of h4895 and ive got a tub or two left thankfully .

Great to see the 223 on show as to many think speed is the key 22.250 ??

Thanks pal ye you are right folk do think speed kills but its accuracy, my friend has a 22.250 and one day we did a test right out to 750 yards and my 8 twist 223 out shot it past around 400 yards with the 69 grain bullets, the 22.250 was only shooting 55s mind ya but my bullet doing 2950 ftps out shot the 22.250 doing 3650 ftps. Saying this the 22.250 is a top fox calibre with out a doubt. 

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2 hours ago, simon6ppc said:

Thanks pal ye you are right folk do think speed kills but its accuracy, my friend has a 22.250 and one day we did a test right out to 750 yards and my 8 twist 223 out shot it past around 400 yards with the 69 grain bullets, the 22.250 was only shooting 55s mind ya but my bullet doing 2950 ftps out shot the 22.250 doing 3650 ftps. Saying this the 22.250 is a top fox calibre with out a doubt. 

Agreed 👍

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