A couple of pictures from a recent outing with some customers to Warcop field firing Range. All the owners of these rifles are stalkers from Norfolk and Suffolk who also like to stretch distances with heavier rifles every now and again.
All right so I know itís not stalking but a great day out none the less.
For those of you who donít know them the Fifty Cal. Shooters Association are a club originally started to give those people interested in heavy calibers and long range somewhere to shoot . Anyone who is a member can apply for a variation on their ticket for something like .338 lap mag, .416 Barrett or .50 BMG. Targets consist of falling plate and mixtures of hard targets and on some ranges it allows you to test your skill and setup all the way out to 3,000 yds
Shots of the day were Barrett M99 in .50 BMG at 2033 yards ( the 3000 target was closed) and FNH A3G .308 at a very respectable 1826yds all in a rather brisk 15-20 mph crosswind.
Best rapid fire string of the day, 5 rounds on an MOA sized target in 10 seconds at 1055 yds with Hornady .308 178gr BTHP Superformance and Kimber 8400 Tactical.
Optics from Vortex, Moderators from Hardy and rifles from Barrett, Accuracy International, Kimber, Remington and FNH USA.