Strechin' out the SPS-T

badshooter

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I got to shoot a little longer distance today with the .308. I only got to 300yds, but I'll take it.
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I fired 5 shots, but I pulled the second one to the right and missed the paper by about an inch. My rest was the bed of my pickup with a sandbag in the prone position. I think the gun can do better, but I have a hard time holding it with what I got. Would this still be considered a sub MOA gun if I throuw out the flyer?
 

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Re: Strechin' out the SPS-T

That's real good from the back of a truckbed. Try a more solid rest, even prone on ground off your sand bags would increase the hold on target better. Just a thought.
 

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Re: Strechin' out the SPS-T

at three hundred that looks to be roughly 1.5 to 2.5 inches which would qualify that as sub moa. So to answer your question yes that is a MOA gun
 

badshooter

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Re: Strechin' out the SPS-T

My so called range is really a power-line right of way on my deer lease in the middle of nowhere. The grass is too high to lay on the ground and a rest heavy enough to be stable would require extra people to load it, and I dont want to leave it out there, since it probably wouldn't be in one piece next time I got ready for it. People cant seem to leave something alone that isn't theirs!
 

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Re: Strechin' out the SPS-T

I shoot a powerline area at times too, but have some areas that valley to go prone. Understand the rest transportation thing all to well. Good shooting just the same.