Great Groups. I'm excited to get mine on Monday. I also bought a Manners PRS1T to put it in alongside a TT Diamond. I don't have the ability to be shooting within 30 minutes of building, however. ;(I just received my 20" Kukri Bartline on Tuesday. In 30 min of getting the Barreled Action home I was confirming zero at 50 yards. I am happy with the setup. I also have a 20" ACE Kukri on an order that is due in the next 3-6 weeks. Its waiting on Stock and Barrel Backorder. The Kukri fits the profile look I wanted and think MTU would have been ok as well. The only difference in the 2 barrels I know of is a Bart is 5 grove and the Ace is 6 grove. According to the Data from XRing's video above the numbers are the same. The paper print with groups and ammo is where I'll be looking when my other one shows up.
I can say you can't go wrong with a Vudoo build either way for NRL22 or PRS Rimfire matches.
First 40 rounds down my barrel with SK Long Range. That was the last of it I had. SK Standard + and Rifle match will be feeding it from this point forward. View attachment 7600309
Perks on living in the county with nice crop ground around you and an Old growth woods on a hill!!! I can get 75 if I set up in the front yard. people do look at me funny or honk when they drive by...Great Groups. I'm excited to get mine on Monday. I also bought a Manners PRS1T to put it in alongside a TT Diamond. I don't have the ability to be shooting within 30 minutes of building, however. ;(
Where did you see this? Just your experience? Can you elaborate?I don’t think you can go wrong with any of their barrels. Personally I am starting to go longer with a larger contour as I’ve seen a little more forgiveness in ammo choices. Any of the vudoos with the right ammo will shoot lights out.
This is from my own experience having a 18” -24” barrels. Due to my sample size being only one barrel in 2” increments out to 24” of which only two barrels from the same manufacturer as well as only having a couple lots from a couple ammo brands it’s not enough to have a solid conclusion. But that being said what I have found from my small sample size is that my 22” and 24” barrels shot all lots of ammo really well. I also had higher speeds in the 22” barrel than I did the 18” & 20” which goes against others testing. The 24” benchmark actually had the same velocity as the 20” which again was very interesting as I was not expecting that. From the little testing I have done it seems that there are just too many variables that come into play where we can blanket one conclusion across the board. I have a 26” benchmark that arrives today which I’m excited about playing with. It will be interesting to see if I have similar results. I’m hoping to maintain a relative velocity of the 24” only to improve on the slightly better SD and ES that I have seen with my lots of ammo as the barrel has gotten longer.Where did you see this? Just your experience? Can you elaborate?