Separate names with a comma.
Welcome to Oklahoma Shooters Association! Join today, registration is easy!
Discussion in 'Shooting Chat' started by AirMech74, Dec 12, 2018.
At 300 yards they are not capable of hitting the frames!
Shotguns are not allowed on our range for a few reasons. The shotshells completely destroy the targets and frames, which is expensive to replace. Another is cleanup - recovering tiny lead pellets from a non-shotgun range is a very, very expensive venture...
HAHA!! That could be true, but the plywood backstop doesn't lie. I was out there this evening on the 300yd bay shooting my .243WSSM, and some guy was out there with a ruger bolt rifle shooting .22 rimfire at the same distance. His 10 round group had 6 shots within 3" with 4 being flyers but within 10". That's pretty danged good shooting for a .22 rimfire at 300 yards. Eley ammo BTW.
We have a club member that is going to start a precision rimfire match this spring. 50 yards out to 300 yards. The guy shooting with me was tuning up for that to start.