- Apr 12, 2014
I'm duly impressed.Had an article written about my new rifle and reloading gear at accurate shooter. Pretty flattered that they wrote about the new rig.
Today we feature a modern switch-barrel PRS chassis rifle set up for quick changes between 6mm Creedmoor and 6.5 Creedmoor barrels. The owner, Forum member Jeff Cosgrove (aka Punkur67) uses the 6 CM barrel for competition, favoring the reduced recoil over its 6.5 mm big brother. He does use the 6.bulletin.accurateshooter.com
Thats awesome!Getting ready for my first 2 day match in AZ this weekend.
Got a new dry fire system too. You can build positions in your house with scaled targets. Great for practice without going to the range.
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Well done Jeff. Exciting to hear about the events and how they unfold. Keep us all up to date. Most folks don't realize how hard the PRS sport really is. So much to learn and experience for sure.
I think @Lungpopper would pick it up quickly. So would @Aeon but he is to cuckoo about ducks. Can't say that I blame him.
I know this is a hunting forum but I know PRS would help anyone build skills to help make better shots and build confidence to take longer shots. In fact the NRL hunter series is designed to stage hunting scenarios where you find, range, and engage targets.
We should do a mock stage at the next SCH cup so everyone can try it out for fun. Who knows, I might even convert one of you....
Post #21 was my load development at 100 yards. I never played with seating depth because my first depth was good enough and I didn't want to waste barrel life to squeeze another 1/8" out on a barrel burning caliber.Maybe I missed it but what distance are you shooting at in post #21 and what distance in competition? Lots of guys would not have the confidence to shoot in competition. I think you are doing great. Keep at it and keep us updated on your progress.