Scope Ring Lapping is one of those things you may either think critical to the optimum operation of a scope, or it might just be something that you consider to be a waste of time.
Proper cheek weld is critical in long gun shooting accuracy. Why? Repeatability.
I spent Sunday morning getting the X-Bolt sighted back in as preparation for a group hunt coming up next week.
Received my newer suppressed rifle back, one of the first questions that sprang to mind was suppressor storage – or off?
Well, it’s still attached, which is a bonus. Since I tried (thankfully unsuccessfully) to cut the tip of my trigger finger off, I haven’t been back shooting.
I went to the pistol club last week – the double action was fairly difficult on the finger. However, this week with the X-Bolt Trigger – I had a lot more success.
Sunday 100m Range Shot at Deerstalkers North Auckland. BiPod and Positional Shooting.
Following up from my trip up to Balnagown with the camera, Richard suggested I head back up with The Missus to stay the night in the hut and hear the deer roar.
The best part of a week Sika Hunting in the Kaimanawa ranges.
What is your suppressor point of impact shift?