Good luck. I read that some of the Kimber Montanas over here (5+ yrs ago)had accuracy issues only finally sorted by importers rebarrelling them. The blued/wood versions ok.
Obviously being lightweight makes accuracy shooting more challenging.
Let us know how you get on with it.
Been out foxing all night. Off to a mates to test some training loads, assembled yesterday,for the 6.5 and some quadstick practice with the 308.
Seen as most hunting here stops at Xmas, reloading and shooting is an enjoyable/social way to keep shooting skills maintained off season.
It's a shame that the police don't follow up the numerous death threats and general harassment that alot of hunters/shooters receive on social media. How people can get away with threatening peoples families and livelihoods without repercussion is amazing, the evidence is there to see.....
As regarding point 3. Shooters are the greatest conservationists and have been for centuries. I don't think that any amount of money ploughed back into conservation will change the opinion of shooting by the great unwashed. They have made up their minds that killing animals for sport, even...
Fox fever :), for me at least.
Shooting over bait all winter, full moon and snow crystals glittering. Add a fully pelted adult fox gliding in to the bait, makes the sleepless hours and minus degrees worth it.