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    Film 20: Point of Impact

    Points to whoever guesses what the title is a reference to. Film of checking 100m zero and velocity on the .260 Finnlight after cycling from new, unsized brass to FL sized fired brass. Also checking the longer range trajectory quickly. Will need to tune the load a little in the fireformed brass I think, but it is adequate for now.


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    Thanks for posting, enjoyed watching your vid. Why no shooting mat on the wet road though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crosshair243 View Post
    Thanks for posting, enjoyed watching your vid. Why no shooting mat on the wet road though
    I was in a hurry! Conducting a mock THLR LR proficiency test on my mystery can. Not the full distance, but 350 meters is about all I could get on the day.

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    Nice shooting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PATHnz View Post
    I was in a hurry! Conducting a mock THLR LR proficiency test on my mystery can. Not the full distance, but 350 meters is about all I could get on the day.
    Still a nice shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crosshair243 View Post
    Still a nice shot
    And somewhat less than 1 minute from standing with rifle slung and unloaded, to impact

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    Quote Originally Posted by PATHnz View Post
    And somewhat less than 1 minute from standing with rifle slung and unloaded, to impact
    Indeed! But not so much wind to read and dial down a sheltered ride perhaps??

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    Title reference to Steven Hunters excellent book Point of Impact which was followed up by Time to Hunt and *******ised to become the film (comedy,,,,,,,,,,) "shooter", which devalued two excellent books imho.


    Nice shooting by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crosshair243 View Post
    Indeed! But not so much wind to read and dial down a sheltered ride perhaps??
    Yes, no wind to speak of, more of a test of process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redmist View Post
    Title reference to Steven Hunters excellent book Point of Impact which was followed up by Time to Hunt and *******ised to become the film (comedy,,,,,,,,,,) "shooter", which devalued two excellent books imho.


    Nice shooting by the way.
    And in the terrible film "shooter", Marky Mark shoots a can of stew.

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