Re: 375: solids vs jacketed bullets
Wow, sound like a pride issue! I apologize if I offended you, I was only trying to form a basis of your opinions. While I realize that many are offended that Benchrest shooting "tactics" are brought into this forum, one must get over their pride and realize that Benchrest shooters shoot the most accurate guns in the world. Might try to learn from them. For some reason or another, cold bore (shooter) shots are off almost all the time. That is why I brought in the rail gun. Because it eliminates the shooter and concentrates on the rifle. While you might get lucky at times, most of the time cold bore shots are off. I am not saying that I am right and you are wrong, but from MY experience in an apparently much more diversified arena, cold bore shots are almost always off from the following shots. I also feel that it is important to post on first hand experience and not state facts from guesses, which is why I am writing this. While maybe not to your extent, I do have ELR experience. I consistently shoot sub MOA out to 1800 yards. All the while over canyons with varying winds. Am I claiming to know it all? Absolutely not. That is why I post on here, so I may learn as much as possible about my passion. I will continue to try and learn from your experience as well as everyone else’s, all the while with an open mind. Maybe you should follow suite. And no, the title of this post is NOT about cold bore shots at ELR. Actually I started it and it is about bullet types for the 375 cheytac. (an ELR rifle). Anyways, I don't believe that shooters should form "clichés" and talk bad of other types of shooting games. Instead, we should try to learn from each other and expand our horizons. Have a good night.