Hi.Edgardo said:I hope now you can see the pictures
Yes, it took many hours of work, this rifle design it for my son Tommy's got 10, his first test, hit 2.5 "at 165 ydsDangerous Dan said:Art Work Edgardo ....... Lots Of Hours of work there .. Have to ask what Did You Build this Gun For ???
All this work I do in my spare time, I have in my house a few machines, with which I did everything. A gunsmith friend did the work adjustment barrelkristian55 said:Hi.
It XLR stocks?
OLBIKER said:Edgardo,I see the pics now.Very nice!!!!!Did you do the work????? I would say you got a 1000 yd set up right there!!!!
That is some very great shooting you have done there. ;D Your english is just fine.Edgardo said:Here in Buenos Aires, we have no where to shoot long distances, only 150 mts. when traveling to the fields, I will make long shots.
This photo is from today
Sorry for my bad English
I hope you can understand
This group did today, but I can not really be consistent in the groups varied from it, 1" or some flying to me is a 1.1/2" group.186 Tmanbuckhunter said:That is some very great shooting you have done there. ;D Your english is just fine.
Totally agree with you186 Tmanbuckhunter said:I am sure you will find the right scope for your needs. When shooting targets at 100 yards, for the best accuracy from a precision firearm, it is best to have a high magnification scope like 8.5-24x50mm. This will allow you to quarter up the bullseye to put your shots consistently in the same hole everytime; of course a lot of this also comes from the skill of the shooter.