Salut à tous.
Je viens de prendre possession d'un Marlin XS 7 en calibre 243 win. Apparemment, cela a l'air d'être un bon fusil. J'ai tiré au stand de tir (à 50 puis 100m) pour la régler et les impacts sont assez regroupés.
que pensez-vous de cette arme? Merci de vos commentaires et si vous avez rencontré des soucis puis sa commercialisation.
Hello to everyone.
I have just taken possession of a Marlin XS 7 in caliber 243 Win. Apparently, it looks to be a good rifle. I shot at the shooting range (50 and 100m) to settle and the impacts are fairly consolidated.
what do you think of this weapon? Thank you for your comments and if you have experienced trouble and marketing.
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Bon jour Zachf, welcome to marlin owners. If your .243 is anything like mine you will have a lot of fun shooting it. Mine is one of the most accurate rifles I have ever had the pleasure to shoot. It also seems to like just about any type of load you wish to run through it. mine shoots factory ammo to 1 inch and I have put together 4 different hand loads that shoot to under 3/4 inch the best going to .38 inch. I am most pleased with this gun. Keep shooting and keep us informed as to how your Marlin is shooting.
Should be a winner. I just got some 100 gr. Winchester Power Max to try.
Salut, merci de vos réponses. Elles ne font que confirmer que c'est un excellent fusil de précision. Toutefois, je serai curieux de savoir ce qu'elle avec les 100g Max Power Winchester (merci de nous donner suite renard blanc).
J'ai lu d'autres forums où la plupart des tireurs avaient une préférence pour du 65/70 voir 80 grains. Après tout, chacun son choix.
Jlteague (Jack), merci de tes commentaires.
WHAT DID HE SAY?-whsk
This is spit out from a translator.Originally Posted by Zachf
Honestly, this gun confuses me. The 1:10 twist rate should work best with a 80~85gr bullet, but the results we are getting with 100gr factory loads are well under 1/2"!
Yes they do well with the heavier bullets. All the work I have done with mine has been with 95 & 100 gn bullets, and all have been under an inch. This gun just plain shoots and is not that picky about what loads you feed it. Both factory rounds I have tried, 100 gn S&B and Remington core-lok, held 3/4 inch groups right out of the box. good luck
I am getting the same results.Originally Posted by jlteague
I just ordered reloading equipment and some 85gr Speer BTSP bullets. The 1:10 should stabilize them to atleast 500 yards. That just happens to be my goal with this rifle. I can't really go past that without changing to a 1:8 twist and bumping up to 105 VLDs...
My sons XS7 in 243 has shot well under an inch no matter what I have tried in it. It's one great shooting rifle.