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15 rounds shot cold from straight out of the bag....riding in the truck all week. 50yds. Shooting SK.
First 5 on center bull. Cold bore being the low left. Then just went clockwise as shown.
Just a faint breeze and 73°F.
Wish this carbon would shoot. The internet says carbons don't shoot and don't balance. Weird.
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Shooting at steel targets from 100 to 300 yards I do think it helps with vertical stringing. It does add an extra step in cleaning but really isn’t too bad. Shooting a box of ammunition at a single aim point at different ranges with and without the tuner would be the best way to find out how beneficial it is I just haven’t done it.how do you like the Harrell tuner brake?
Not always that bad. But then I am not too concerned given the application and my environment. I count the number of days of shooting in low single digit wind on one maybe two hands a year.Are all of your cold bore shots off about this much? I recently had a b-14r and shot sk rifle match red box and every cold bore shot was 2-4moa off no matter what I did clean dirty in between tried running a patch with some sk barrel lube off a separate box on it and that was the only thing that helped it stay under 2 moa shift but it never shot tacks on the first round even a hour of sitting in the cold weather was enough to throw the first round
I can't comment on using an Oryx for the B14r but I have my T1x in one and like it a bunch, especially for its reasonable cost. I bought a complete B14r steel barrel and hope to keep it in its stock for a while but if I decide to upgrade I'll certainly be considering another Oryx.Does anyone have any experience or concerns with using an Oryx chassis with this action? I ordered my barreled action today, I want a chassis so it mimics my big rifle, but I don't want to spend a grand on a chassis. Thanks!
Thanks, it's just a steel barrel B14R barreled action in an X-Ray stock. I made a longer arca spigot and a rail for it and some brass forend weights as well as an ambidextrous cheekpiece. It's got a 30 MOA rail, Rifle Basix trigger, Bushnell DMRii 3.5-21 in Zeiss rings and a Docter red dot. It shoots really well with Eley edge and Center-X. I just swapped that scope for an illuminated one because we shoot our matches at night so it's handy to be able to see the full reticle for holdovers.